Dizzy Wright & Big K.R.I.T Join Forces For New Video "Outrageous"

Kevin Goddard
September 20, 2017 02:45

Watch Dizzy Wright & Big K.R.I.T.'s new video for "Outrageous."

Although the #StillMoving campaign might’ve came to an end a few weeks ago, that’s not stopping Dizzy Wright from releasing new content. Last month, the Las Vegas rapper dropped off the sequel to his 2013 mixtape The Golden Age, featuring guest appearances from Big K.R.I.T., Demrick, Euroz, G Perico, Nowdaze, Reezy, and more, before returning to the scene a couple weeks later with a song called “Flint To Vegas.”

Now looking to keep the momentum going, Dizzy decides to come through today and revisit TheGolden Age 2 today by sharing a new video in its support for the track “Outrageous” featuring Big K.R.I.T.

Coinciding with the lyrical wordplay, the video portrays imagery of police brutality, and racism in America. While Dizzy & K.R.I.T spit their respective verses from a dark underground cellar (or so it appears), in between footage surfaces of a black man running from the cops and eventually getting shot in the back unjustly, just as we’ve seen time and time again in the news recently. It’s very powerful & relatable video to say the least. It follows up his latest clip for “I Can’t Keep Fallin” featuring Chel’le.

Directed by Blckdmds, check out the official video (above) and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

In other related news, Dizzy Wright just recently dropped out of Jon Billion’s “Human Condition” Tour. Read his statement as for why below:

“First and foremost, I would like to thank Jon Bellion and his crew for being extremely humble and bringing us on the Human Condition Tour. I have decided not to continue with the tour and I wanted to make sure I apologize to all of my fans. I look around and realize that I'm apart of a culture that's holding my people down and I really feel like I can do more. I can't be out here trying to get people to understand where my passion comes from when there's so many people that share that same struggle. Consistency is all I know but as I get older I know I can do better and do more for the people that I believe need it the most. I woke up the other day and told myself that I will no longer do ANYTHING that feels unnatural. I'm going to continue planning ways to help push us forward and keep people smiling. I'll announce the headlining tour dates ASAP so we can get back out here with a PURPOSE. If you bought tickets for me you can email dizzybooking@gmail.com and we'll get u right, no regrets. I'm just ready to reach my full potential of greatness. Peace to all my kings and queens out there rocking with me as I continue this journey. “

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