As he readies his forthcoming girasoul EP for fans in the near future, Pell
releases a new set of colorful visuals to tide them over. The New Orleans native unveils the music video for his "chirpin'" record, which features him disconnecting from the world with his friends, sporting a slew of different colored ensembles.

While his iPhone seems to receive a slew of text messages and notifications, Pell continues to ignore the alerts as he remains in his own world that features him surrounded by his crew, a cartoon-esque city scene, as well as a nostalgic cell phone. The track expresses his frustrations with the distractions of everyday technology and the digital era that we're all currently consumed by on the daily.

Catering to the song title, the rapper also incorporates a real yellow bird into some of the shots, which is sitting on top of a branch.

Just earlier this week, it was announced that Pell was partnering with Payday Records for his upcoming girasoul EP on Dec. 8, as he was inspired by the words that A&R Adrian Nunez shared with him prior to the new deal. He even reportedly co-produces many of the songs on the project itself.

Watch Pell's new music video for "chirpin'" below.

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