Following up on their previously released single “Basic” featuring OT Genasis, Compton’s own AD and producer Sorry Jaynari release visuals for their new single, #CripLivesMatter, featuring the fellow blue rag waving G-Perico. This song is from their forthcoming collaborative album, Last of the ’80s.
The gritty video features the crew reppin’ hard for the set with fellow Crip members while hanging out in their gang infested stomping grounds. And the message is loud and clear for those who aren’t about that life as AD spits the hook, “Betta watch what’cha say, if you don’t bang/Betta watch what’cha claimin’, if you don’t bang”.
G-Perico especially comes hard as doesn’t spare any of the opps, including false flag perpetrating artists who claim a certain popular rival gang—and the police—as he spits, “These entertainers, wanna bang gangsters/You gon’ have to catch a fade to come pass/Crips run the city/F**k the industry, LAPD is the mothaf***in’ enemy.”
Along with the previously mentioned songs and features, Last of the ’80s also includes collaborations with Wiz Khalifa, Tory Lanez, Kid Ink, Eric Bellinger, and Kool John. Back in 2016, AD and Sorry JayNari previously got together for their critically acclaimed mixtape, By The Way.
The album will be available for sale on all streaming services on April 28.