Mick Jenkins’ New Vid Takes A Deeper Look At Violence In Chicago (Video)

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Mick Jenkins’ The Water[s] remains one of the strongest, most-talked about mixtapes/street albums of 2014. It’s deeper than Rap with the Jazz-influenced Chicagoan. The DJ Dahi-produced “Dehydration” is a powerful, conceptual piece to The Water[s]‘ puzzle produces a video that unearths some of the youth, the violence, and the confusion currently taking place in the Windy City.

Like Add-2’s “Death Of Chicago,” this is a video that outsiders need to look at to understand what’s really at play with some of the headlines surrounding all the bloodshed, mourning, and culture of fear going on in the Chi right now.

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