The death of LA Capone weighs heavily on Tay600’s mind. The South Side Chicago rapper visits a graveyard in his Gambino-directed music video as he reminisces about his slain friend.
Capone, born Leonard Anderson, was 17 when he was gunned down Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2013 upon leaving a recording studio.
Tay600 raps, “I remember when them surgeons came out and said LA ain’t make it/Swear I couldn’t believe that s**t, but, man, I had to face it.”
This visual comes as Tay600 preps the release of his “My Brothers Keeper 2” mixtape.
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Tay600 Drops ‘Worst Memory’ Music Video [LA Capone Tribute]
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