Describing the song to The FADER, who premiered the video, the Sacramento native said he wants to persist on having a voice for those who can’t, all while taking from experiences of black people being unjustly treated by police on a national level, which the video depicts.
“We live in the cycle, and it’s for us to break in order to get out this shit,” he said. “When I say us, I mean the people that have voices. I can’t change nothin’ in one day. I don’t feel like I can change the world. But I can give insights. I can give my experience. It ain’t just all, “Catch a body, run up a bag, catch a body.” It’s mandated that we give the youth some nutritious shit to take out of the music.”
Watch the reflective video below.