Frank Castle – “Freed0m” (Video)

blame it on JES7 August 28, 2016

Representing Chelsea Projects on the West side of Manhattan, and for boricuas worldwide, Frank Castle delivers a powerful new video which tackles the many social injustices committed against minorities by police over the past few years.

Frank’s A1Vision-directed visual is set off by a nearly two-minute introduction with members from the community reciting a verse a cappella, touching on issues such as police brutality, the large population of incarcerated scarfaces primarily being made up of African Americans and Latinos and the #BlackLivesMatter movement – before the song switches into full gear, allowing Frank to do what he does best.

“Freed0m,” produced by Stan Da Man may or may not live on Frank’s upcoming mixtape B.U.T.T.E.R. (Boombap is Universal Throughout The Entire Region), which he explains is a “project [that] is basically a collective of records capturing a New York sound and establishing everything about what New York hip-hop is about; somewhat how butter is able to blend with everything.”