Come To Think About It, Dallas Rap Standout Bobby Sessions Doesn’t Have A Problem At All In His Latest Music Video.

Across Dallas rapper Bobby Session’s music, there has been a thematic progression: Whereas his 2015 L.O.A. (Law Of Attraction) LP found him preaching the power of belief and optimism in the face of life’s obstacles, this year’s grateful. LP takes on a far more thankful and appreciative retrospective tone.

Never more is this tonal shift more evident than on grateful.‘s second track, “First World Problems,” which was co-produced by fellow members of Erykah Badu’s Cannabinoids collective R.C. Williams and Picnictyme, with the latter also contributing background vocals along with crossover Dallas hip-hop darling Sam Lao. Throughout the track, Sessions chooses to focus on the positive, brushing off even monetary concerns as no big thing. It’s not sarcasm, either: Sessions is in a good place in his life right now, happy with the growth of himself as an artist and as a person alike.

And you can see that firsthand in the Ife & Sonny Bonoho-directed music video for the track, which finds Sessions romping about an upscale, but mostly bare, home all by his lonesome and smiling the whole time.

Says Sessions of the idea here: “‘First World Problems’ is a reminder that the trivial things we call problems aren’t really problems at all. The video shows how I can make the most of what I have already. There’s no models, cars or jewelry in the video – but I’m having the time of my life.”

Its an infectious enjoyment on display, too. Which is why we’re happy to be premiering the clip in this here post. Check it out below.


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