Dizzy Wright and Big K.R.I.T. Deliver Socially-Conscious Rhymes on ‘Outrageous’ [LISTEN]
The world is getting crazier and crazier according to Dizzy Wright on his latest single, “Outrageous.” The song, which features a guest verse from Big K.R.I.T., is from his project The Golden Age 2, which is still a work in progress.
On the head-nodding track, produced by Freeze on the Beat, Dizzy wonders what kind of world he’s living in as he watches police brutality, racism and violence become an everyday occurrence in America.
"Heard you needed real, come get some / America looking like a sitcom
They don't care about a n---- outcome / They really only focus on the income / Black versus white whose racist / Everything looking outrageous / S--- feels so outdated / But we still deal with it on the daily, I swear," he raps on the chorus.
K.R.I.T. comes through with though-provoking verse as he wonder when a change is going come and urges young people to get out of the trap and avoid the criminal-justice trap.
"I wonder when it's really gonna change, mayne / I wonder when we getting out the game, shame / A player gotta scrape a dollar together the bill / Still do make ten, they gonna want fifteen," he raps, adding, "Life ain't Scarface the movie, face it / They waiting on you to be stupid, basic / You're just another number in a cell, cadence."
Last month, Dizzy dropped a music video for “JOB,” where he spends the day as a homeless man trying to make an honest living.
In the meantime, check out Dizzy Wright's late single "Outrageous" above.