Spenzo took it back to his 73rd neighborhood in Chicago’s South Side community for his single “Englewood,” an ode to one of the most impoverished neighborhoods in the nation.
The single appears on Spenzo’s solo debut mixtape “In Spenzo We Trust.”
Spenzo’s visual begins with a thought-provoking message:
…But if you motivating all your lyrics to motivated your f*cking people/Which some of you people should be doing, but not gonna say anything/But we motivating our people/That’s why we stay hood, but we motivating in all the lyrics/Motivate your people,” a man is heard saying.
It is this motivation that allowed Spenzo to spit his soul in this ghetto anthem.
Spenzo raps, “I’m a 10-year ni**a in my hood, ni**a/Spent my whole childhood in Englewood, ni**a/You so busy up and tryna be a hood ni**a/Forgot the objective is to get out the hood ni**a.”
Count and Moonie of L.E.P. Bogus Boys make a cameo appearance in this visual.
Watch Spenzo’s ‘Englewood’ anthem
Stream/download Spenzo’s “In Spenzo We Trust” mixtape
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