This is the real.
Cordae takes a moment to reflect on the industry in his new music video, “Feel It In The Air”.
Utilizing Beanie Sigel’s 2005 track of the same name, the D.M.V. lyricist returns to his old stomping grounds of Suitland, Maryland where he weighs on the shady practices of music industry including his gripe with his current situation.
“І ѕееn frіеndѕ turn tо еnеmіеѕ, bесоmе dіѕtаnt mеmоrіеѕ / Еvеrуbоdу’ѕ јаnkу, thеу јuѕt nоt whо thеу рrеtеnd tо bе,” he raps. “І’m trуnа fіnd mу wау оut thіѕ рrоduсtіоn dеаl / Ѕtuріd mе, уоung аnd dumb, І thоught thе lоvе wаѕ rеаl.”
The video comes on the heels of Cordae’s previous single, “Unacceptable“.