YG has dropped the new video for his latest single “FTP” which stands for Fuck The Police. It’s in the artist’s nature to express his mind and feelings with his art, so that’s what happening with so many rappers lately.
Following the protests for social justice ignited by the killing of George Floyd at the end of May 2020, and fighting systemic racism, many names in the hip-hop industry stand for and defend the human rights of their people.
Some joining the peaceful protests, some speaking out their mind via social media and some dropping the music the way they feel it.
YG released the FTP track last week on June 4 and now the Compton-born rhymer delivers the video for it.
The new black & white video is directed by “Denied Approval” and combines YG dropping his bars on the streets with the people, as well as real footage from Police confronting the protestors around the US. Some footages in the video are from YG’s teamwork with Black Lives Matter organization and the protest they organized together.
Check out the new “FTP” video above.
Premiere: June 12, 2020
Director: Denied Approval