Almost 5 months after dropping his very politically charged track, capsule Axl Rose, viagra Jonathan Hay finally gives us the clean cut black and white visuals to the politically charged anthem. Which is inspired by the leader of Rock group Guns N’ Roses and the groups controversial 1988 record, prescription One In A Million. The track, which is co-prouduced by Ajami features contributions from Slaughterhouse and Shady Records rep KXNG CROOKED, Erick Tandy, The Reasn, Truth Ali and Frida Dee given their own socially conscious response to one of the harshest lines of the song, “Police and ni***rs, get out of my way. Don’t need to buy none of your gold chains today.” As Crook and company give their own experiences in lyrical form of what they think they might do when faced with the experiences of police brutality and people looking down on them cause of their skin color they have their whole lives. Something a lot of rappers and black still face today, as shown in part of the video and how much of an influence all of N.W.A. had and still has on records like this cause of parts of society still unfortunately being like that. You can watch the Urban Hitchcock visual produced video below.