UPDATE: Now with animated visual (below).
This is the type of combination that makes you love Hip-Hop even more. Three of the genre’s brightest — Chicago’s Dreezy, Atlanta’s 6LACK and Pompano Beach’s Kodak Black — come together on the Stwo-produced “Spar,” which sees the collaborators sending a powerful message to Donald Trump and his constituents:
My word is bond as f***
My life is hard enough
They not rewarding us
They disregarding us
And if I go to D.C, I’m tryna spar with Trump
I’m not a politician, you can’t ignore the stuff
All three stand their collective ground on the track, with 6LACK reflecting on raising his daughter and Dreezy getting real about murder at the hands of police. Kodak gets even more extreme with his thoughts, speaking on weather control and how he can’t buy liquor but can go to war or do time in prison.
Check it all out below and pick up the single via iTunes.
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