[Watch] InglewoodIV Releases Visuals For “Shoot Me”

Some of you may remember InglewoodIV from his rapping debut on the hit Netflix series “Rhythm and Flow” and even more of you may remember him getting harsh criticism from Chance the Rapper and T.I. for his repeated use of the word “murder” in a song he performed. Well, he’s released that song and the visuals in a way that makes the repetition of the words digestible.

The music video, which was shot and directed by Sleepy Trees of Kloud Pusherz Media, starts off paying homage to George Flyod and then moves on to bring attention to the many different scenarios at which black men have been shot and killed at the hands of police officers. This video speaks to a lot of issues currently taking place in America. If you were a fan of InglewoodIV’s storytelling abilities on the show, then you should check out the story being told with this latest track. See below for full song and video.

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