Chicago Rapper Spenzo Addresses Gun Violence In ‘Heaven Can Wait’

A startling caption opens Spenzo’s visual in “Heaven Can Wait,” reading, “There have been over 200 homicides in Chicago in the first half of 2013 alone, almost all of them gun related crimes involving young inner city males.”

Another sinister caption with red lettering hits the screen, reading, “Chicago Loses More Kids Than Soldiers in Iraq To Gun Violence.”

The intro ends with the message, “Every life is worth living. When one of us dies, a part of us all dies.”

The visual directed by Shomi Patwary and Thuan Tran, portrays Spenzo going about his day “invisible” only to discover he is merely a soul roaming the earth after his tragic death.

In the Karmaloop TV produced track, Spenzo raps, “I’m a young kid with no limits/Counting bucks, be jealous/Catching flights, f*ck feelings/Spending cash, that’s plenty/They told me knowing I did it/I’m young and getting, Meek Millin/I want this moment like Nicki/I’m not ready to die, I’m not Biggie.”

L.E.P. Bogus Boys make a special cameo appearance in this visual.

Check out Spenzo’s “Heaven Can Wait” visual below

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