T.I. Feat. Meek Mill, Quavo & RaRa "Black Man" Video

Posted by , Sep 23, 2016 at 01:09pm

T.I., Quavo, Meek Mill, and Rara stand up to police in the new video to "Black Man," off Tip's new "Us or Else" EP.


After dropping his new politically fueled project, Us or Else, T.I. has now shared the video to the EP's standout collab "Black Man," featuring Quavo, Meek Mill, and Hustle Gang artist Rara. All four rappers show up in the new black-and-white video, each man documenting how he's been targeted by the law due to his skin color.

Quavo sings the hook and also opens the record with an impressive verse of storytelling, which he enacts in the video, running from police after getting wrongfully pulled over. Rara prepares himself for a more militant form of resistance, and Meek Mill lights up the video with a fiery verse delivered from a funeral home, which is where he presumes the authorities want him to end up sooner rather than later. T.I. is given the final verse, and he leads his collaborators in a protest in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Then one more time for the knockout hook, which ends with Quavo rhetorically asking police, "Is it because that I'm perfect?" 

The "Black Man" video arrives exclusively via TIDAL, as does the Us or Else stream, which you can find here

T.I., Quavo, Meek Mill, and Rara stand up to police in the new video to "Black Man," off Tip's new "Us or Else" EP.

After dropping his new politically fueled project, Us or Else, T.I. has now shared the video to the EP's standout collab "Black Man," featuring Quavo, Meek Mill, and Hustle Gang artist Rara. All four rappers show up in the new black-and-white video, each man documenting how he's been targeted by the law due to his skin color.

Quavo sings the hook and also opens the record with an impressive verse of storytelling, which he enacts in the video, running from police after getting wrongfully pulled over. Rara prepares himself for a more militant form of resistance, and Meek Mill lights up the video with a fiery verse delivered from a funeral home, which is where he presumes the authorities want him to end up sooner rather than later. T.I. is given the final verse, and he leads his collaborators in a protest in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Then one more time for the knockout hook, which ends with Quavo rhetorically asking police, "Is it because that I'm perfect?" 

The "Black Man" video arrives exclusively via TIDAL, as does the Us or Else stream, which you can find here

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