Payday Records’ own Radamiz looks back on his rough upbringing in Brooklyn in his new video.
Growing up in Brooklyn wasn’t the best life, but it made Radamiz the rapper his is today. His latest single “V.I.M. (Violent If Mandatory)” has been gaining momentum since it dropped last month via Payday Records. Now we get to see exactly where all of his childhood drama went down in his brand new video.
“Bullet grazed and turned my fro into a fade & stayed calm
You might have it hard but your bro might have it harder
So sometimes you go from friend into a 15-minute father
Like, “I got you son””
Directed by Zachariah Smith, Ramadiz takes us down memory lane to his block in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn. He raps about growing up with the neighborhood gangsters and getting away from their violent drama over a classic boom-bap instrumental with a sax-based sample crafted by Harlem’s V-Don.
Find out how Radamiz got that black eye by pushing play above.