Deniro Farrar returned with his #FreeTuneTuesdays dedicated to this incarcerated brother. This week, the Charlotte rapper dropped the bone-chilling visual to his heralded track, Dreams. The Collect call featured at the beginning of the short film is to raise awareness for the case that sentenced his blood brother “Tune” Farrar to 18 years in prison for second-degree murder.
The 27-year-old artist said, “Dreams” was my way of raising awareness on how easy it is to throw your life away while also showing how making the right choices are critical. “Sad to say that every day men and women all over the world have dreams that they never make reality because of bad choices. Hopefully this video will help to prevent that from becoming another young man or woman’s reality.”
The 8-minute clip takes you into the life of the Kill Or Be Killed artist, as the Javelin inspired rapper talks about his dreams of taking dance classes and putting in work to be successful and make it in life. Toward the end, the scene and mood quickly darkens, as he is on his stomach getting arrested by police, seeing his dreams crumble before his eyes.
Check out the James Rico numbing visual that will be echoed in Farrar’s upcoming RedBook series below. #FreeTune