80 Empire Drops Fatty Soprano-Directed “1982” Short Film Music Video Featuring ‘Blue Beetle’ Actor Raoul Max Trujillo

Toronto production duo Adrian Rezza and Lucas Rezza, a/ka/ 80 Empire, just dropped the Fatty Soprano-directed music video for “1982”, a sinister tale of triumph through metaphors. The track references Italy’s World Cup win with the message that despite being underdogs, Italy changed its trajectory.

The new short film / music video also stars actor Raoul Max Trujillo, known for his work in Apocalypto, Mayans MC , and the upcoming DC Studios Blue Beetle movie.

The song itself will first be dropping as an NFT with Gala Music before arriving on streaming with SoulSpazm.

Previous releases from 80 Empire include “So High” featuring Bizarre of D12, “Paintings” featuring Nejma Nefertiti, “Legalize It” with WWE wrestler Montel Vontavious Porter a/k/a MVP & Smoke DZA, the Detroit Life 2 project with Swifty McVay, “Somedays” with rising Buffalo, New York artist 7xvethegenius, and their Anthems & Icons album, a 17-track project featuring guest appearances from artists including DMC, Papa J, WC, Kurupt, KRS-One, Kxng Crooked, Grafh, and Jomi.