Ez Mil has just dropped the official music video for his second single off of his album “Dalawampu't Dalawang Oo (2200).” The song is an ode to his hometown Olongapo, and its music video is appropriately filmed there. In the music video, the lyricist takes viewers on a trip that showcases the culture and landmarks of his hometown.
An earlier statement regarding the song from Ez Mil reads:
“It's my own narration of a story filled with struggle. With this song, I hope listeners can feel the angst, and my pride, mixed with orchestral instruments fused with nerve wracking-beats. It's a song about the citizens of Olongapo first and foremost, the bad and the beauty - but it doesn't just stick to one city but can speak to all Filipinos as a whole. I've always been proud of representing my hometown, 2200, so anyone who is proud of their city will definitely feel this."
A statement on the music video’s page details his inspiration behind the visuals:
"Representing twenty-two double-o! Paying homage to his hometown, Olongapo City, Philippines. Here is Ez Mil's narration of a story filled with struggle- feel the angst, and his pride, mixed with orchestral instruments fused with nerve-wracking- beats."
Watch the music video below.