Dreezy’s powerful song “Spar,” featuring 6LACK and Kodak Black, has received an animated makeover created by Tristan Zammit. The politically-charged track gets brought to life in an equally thoughtful video that highlights how “the youth feel about today’s society and how we all need to be playing a part and paying attention,” Dreezy states.
The track itself confronts subjects such as racial injustice, white supremacy, cultural appropriation, and Donald Trump – all subjects that have taken center stage in America over recent months. With the animated video depicting a silhouette of Colin Kaepernick on one knee, a note saying “Free Meek Mill,” and a news report on a racially-motivated Orlando shooting, the message from Dreezy is loud and clear. You can watch the video in full above.
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