Busta Rhymes was in a feather suit for a 2.7 million dollar video but I bet that you don't know one verse from that song. Though people still wear feather suits, what they don't do is pay 2.7 million for a music video. Long gone are the flashy cars and big mansions and the million dollar budgets, but what happens when all the flashing lights and pyrotechnics are gone? What happens when ain't no more Big Pimpin'? I'll tell what happens, the message does the shining. And Kode Ransom is proving just this with his recent videos called “Big Crutch” and “Brenda’s Got A Baby (Reboot)”. So sit back and watch Kode Ransom tell these two powerful stories.
Not one to shy from such a sensitive subject Kode Ransom's video "Big Crutch" tells of the unarmed shooting of Terence Crutcher by a police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This ocured on September 16, 2016 but for the city and families affected, this is very much still healing needed. Here's Kode Ransom's video "Big Crutch".
As soon as they spot a brother,
2Pac was often criticized by many for being a hypocrite because of his abilities to make songs like "I Get Around" and "Brenda's Got A Baby". One praising bad behavior while the other trying to inspire the right behavior. But people who understand what it truly means to be a human, understands the duality and struggle of being both "good" and also "bad". Kode Ransom has developed his own perspective and continuation of 2Pac's song with his video “Brenda’s Got A Baby (Reboot)”. And 2Pac would've been jammin' this one. So here's Kode Ransom's Brenda’s Got A Baby (Reboot):
Goes to school with a baby bump,
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