After releasing the powerful “Eyes” with Talib Kweli and James Fauntleroy, Durk continues to use his platform to speak out on social issues with the poignant “See Me Down.”
“I just wanna see my son grow up, Chicago streets no love.
I might not make it through the summer, but I can not give up.”
From the opening line, the Chicago native speaks on the struggle of being black in America, the potential nightmare of a Trump presidency, and the importance of moving forward. Jadakiss then cleans up with a closing verse full of gems, of course.
Check out the Donis Beats-produced track below.