Prince Dre Talks Perils Of The Streets In ‘Not Easy’ Music Video

Prince Dre wears his crown proudly in his latest Slow Production music video. The South Side poet spits his pain in his new single “Not Eazy.”

Prince Dre reveals he was introduced to the game at age nine. Despite being engulfed into the lifestyle, Dre knows he will most likely succumb to it.

Despite being only a teenager, Dre reveals he has witnessed the deaths of many friends.

Dre raps, “They don’t know how I feel when I seen folks drop. Blood flowed from his eyes, then he screamed ‘Bro stop!’”

Dre also explains the camaraderie he has with his team. This value of trust for one’s crew is very much prevalent in the Chicago Hip Hop genre.

“For my brothers, we ain’t got the same mothers/But we grew up in that jungle with each other/Now, that’s real on my homie,” he raps.

Prince Dre is currently prepping the release of his sophomore mixtape “The Life I Live.” The project doesn’t have a set release date, but it is slated to drop soon.

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