Rapper 6LACK has released a brand-new single, titled “ATL Freestyle,” which celebrates his roots in East Atlanta.
In the JMP-directed video for the song, the 27-year-old singer is seen boarding a private jet to fly from Los Angeles back to his hometown to spend quality time with his family and 3-year-old daughter.
“I used to walk around that corner, right in Kirkwood Ann’s Snack Bar where the food real good/ I was livin’ like a fool, breakin’ all the rules/ Best of both worlds, ’cause a n—a went to school/ I was rappin’ like a b—h, singin’ to your girl,” he reminisces in the tune.
Prior to the release of the new song, the rapper penned a lengthy letter to his fans addressing his feelings about the recent deaths of Ahmed Aubrey, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd caused by police brutality.
“With the amount of pain & anger I feel in my heart, releasing a new song at this very moment doesn’t feel like a great priority. Nothing ever prepares you for how to feel when you’re constantly faced with the last dying breaths of black people, my people, on your television or phone screens every single day,” he shared on Instagram.
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