Vitruvian MAN Releases Two Music Videos, Caviar and Bad Boi Bad Gurl

Industry: Entertainment & Games

Caviar and Bad Boi Bad Gurl Available Now on YouTube

Los Angeles, CA (PRUnderground) March 13th, 2020

Vitruvian MAN releases two new music videos, “Caviar” and “Bad Boi Bad Gurl.” The release of these new videos comes after the release of his latest music video, “Gonna Go To The Super Bowl,” from the album, Circus of a Lifetime.

The new music videos are part of a trilogy, starting with “Gonna Go To The Super Bowl.” In the “Super Bowl” video, the story is of a man dreaming of going to the Super Bowl with his wife and ends with a teaser to the rest of the story. The next part of the story continues in the “Caviar” video.

“Caviar” goes back to the beginning of the couple’s story and how they met. Caviar is the nickname he has for women, “rare, expensive, the very best” as Vitruvian MAN puts it. In the dream, they steal $1,000,000 in cash and a bag full of diamonds. 

“Bad Boi Bad Gurl” is about how the wife in the story double-crosses a thug and ends up getting diamonds. 

You can check out “Caviar” and “Bad Boi Bad Gurl” on Youtube, and all other major platforms. Visit his website to stay updated on Vitruvian MAN, his music, and Circus of a Lifetime.

About Vitruvian MAN

Vitruvian MAN is a producer, lyricist, and medium. He recently started a new project after being hired by executive producer Brandon Haze Johnson. Brandon’s vision includes bringing vocalists and rappers together to create free-styled music. Vitruvian MAN will provide not only vocals but his experience as a medium to create this unique new project. His second credits go to Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dog, Marky Mark, Andre 300, JayZ, NAS, 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., 50 Cent, Iron Maiden, Red Hot Chile Peppers, P.O.D., and more leaders in Rock inspiration.

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