Brewso Is ‘Fighting Back The Tears’ In New Music Video

Chicago artist Brewso raps a moving tale of his come up in “Fighting Back The Tears.”

Videographer Mal Vision lends a hand in bringing the up and coming emcee’s story to life in this three-minute music video

The visual begins with a snippet of President Obama’s press conference following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Brewso takes the listener on a journey as he reminisces “about his times up in poverty,” rapping, “I just want my family to know they can count on me/Where my tears and my fears used to shower me/Even though me and the streets had monogamy/Momma was proud of me and told me this is how I gotta be.”

The visual interlaces footage of Howard University’s “Do I Look Suspicious” campaign where students donned hoodies in support of Trayvon Martin following his shooting death. Other footage includes neighborhood shot that helped convey Brewso’s story.

Check out Brewso’s “Fighting Back The Tears” official music video

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