YG Releases ‘FTP’ Music Video, Filmed at Protest

YG Releases ‘FTP’ Music Video, Filmed at Protest

Not solely did YG launch the protest music “FTP (Fuck the Police)” final week, he additionally took to the streets, organizing a Black Lives Matter protest in Hollywood on June 7 to deal with the current police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, David McAtee, and numerous others. Now he’s launched a video for “FTP” that includes visuals he filmed on the protest. YG stands on prime of a automotive and in the midst of a crowd, holding protest indicators, together with one which references his 2016 music “FDT (Fuck Donald Trump).” (This music, after all, name-checks the 1988 music “Fuck tha Police” by fellow Compton residents N.W.A.) The video additionally intersperses footage of police abuse from the protests. Towards the tip, as YG raps about “the Ku Klux Kops,” the video exhibits police with hoods edited over their heads. YG had beforehand deliberate an earlier protest in Los Angeles for June 2 however canceled it as a result of menace of police violence towards protests.

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