G-Herbo knows the poor reputation the police in his hometown have within the streets. With his “Bottom of the Bottoms” video, the rising rapper out of Chicago recently took the opportunity to paint a more vivid picture of how his people feel about the overwhelming presence of the boys in blue.
The Chi-town spitter depicts a stereotypical situation of racial profiling where a young black man is approached and apprehended by the police instantaneously. On the flipside, Herbo makes a bold comparison by running a similar story of a young, black man experiencing racial profiling during the gruesome era of slavery.
Herbo’s new video comes in support of his recent project Ballin Like Im Kobe. Watch the official video for “Bottom of the Bottoms” below.