Jack Bruno – ‘iLoveJustinBieber’


Rather than an homage to his love for Justin Bieber, Jack Bruno’s song ‘iLoveJustinBieber’ is instead a trap infused hip hop track with a humorous clip which sees Bruno being tended on hand and foot by a bevvy of sexy, mature ladies, who compete for his attention over the span of one sun-drenched afternoon.

Based in LA, Jack Bruno blends punk, goth and hip hop in this track which was produced by Ben10k, and Jeremiah Raisin. He spits his rhymes about the ladies looking to get “Jackified” all day and night, left and right – and as he says, it’s something he just has to get used to.

The video, shot by Sam King and Logan Meis, the latter of whom has directed visuals for Wiz Khalifa with Gucci Mane, Trevor Daniel, and has done work for majors like Warners, Sony, Epic, Atlantic, and Lyor Cohen’s 300 Entertainment. Jack is surrounded by a harem of lovely, yet lonely retirees, who turn up while he’s sunbathing. He’s living it up, being fed grapes, given a shoulder massage, and a full on turkey dinner. There’s a very adult 5-way Scrabble match.

In the end Jack makes his choice, walking off into the sunset with one lucky lady, while the others are left in disbelief. It’s lighthearted and fun, and you’ll laugh out loud when you see what word he puts down for a triple word score!

Jack Bruno is certainly one to watch, having toured with Wiz Khalifa and Juice WRLD last year, and opening for Lil Xan in London.

You can find out more about Jack Bruno online on his official website, Instagram, SoundCloud, Twitter, and Facebook.

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