Flint, Michigan native Bfb Da Packman went viral last year for his show-stealing performance on “Free Joe Exotic” with Sada Baby. That song became one of 2020’s signature comedic rap moments, and it launched Packman’s career as a wise-cracking conceptual artist.
In the months since “Free Joe Exotic” blew up, Packman has stayed productive. He’s built a catalogue of colorful videos with the director OShotYouFilmz, and his unabashed sense of humor has given big-name collaborators like Lil Yatchy and Guapdad4000 a space to explore their sillier impulses. He’s even kept his day job as a USPS mailman in Houston, while reaching a level of success that most full-time rappers can only dream of.
On his latest single “Federal”, Packman roasts himself for getting cheated on and complains about the faithful women who ignore his DMs. The visual, which casts Packman and his crew as jumpsuit-clad inmates, finds gallows humor in America’s racist prison system. Check it out below.