Life isn’t a joke in South Side Chicago. There is real meaning to the now infamous term “Chiraq.” Many read about the tragedies occurring in its urban communities. Team600, on the other hand, is living it. Sometimes, these outlets don’t provide accurate accounts of the City’s grave situations. This is why it’s best to let Huncho Hoodo and Edai tell it.
The Team600 artists stroll through a cemetery and reminisce on their fallen guys in their visual for collaborative single “Sun Don’t Shine.”
Huncho begins this track, rapping, “Sun don’t shine, sun don’t shine/Homicides, shootings, dying/A lot of mommas crying/Dreams get stole, dreams get sold, n-gga I ain’t buying/And I done did a lot of wrong n-gga I ain’t lying.”
Edai raps, “Look in the sky, lost so many guys, see so many clouds/The storm coming, better get inside til it’s finish now/I ain’t had nothing, no more lending now/I got plenty now/I’m trending now.”
Huncho and Edai are both prepping upcoming solo projects “The Life I Live” and “Koopa The King,” respectively. Their mixtapes are slated to drop soon.
DIB. Ent handled the visual aesthetics on this music video. Watch below.
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