People have waited long enough for someone to speak to the music industry, society and the injustice of African Americans in a controversial tone such as Draze. In this video, he embodies every ounce of pain black people have gone through. He speaks to the glorification of “blaxsploitation,” drugs, alcohol, and materialistic things. The sample Draze uses from an Usher song, “I Don’t Mind” at the 3:10 mark, takes a remarkable stab at the adoration and the approval by our society of women degrading themselves and using their bodies as only an object for men to drool over, stare at and sometimes inappropriately touch, all for a dollar. He phenomenally captures the essence of celebrities turning a blind eye to “the struggle,” all the while taking our money, gaining streams and album sales, while the same consumers are being gunned down by peers and police. This song is beautifully expressed and the images in the video are sure to strike a nerve. Enjoy the video above.