SupaKaine – Ghetto America
By Amber B
Back in June, SupaKaine dropped one of the best start-to-finish mixtapes of the year in Ghetto America. Three months later, HNHH premieres the visual for the mixtape’s title track “Ghetto America.”
The song is an affirmation of where SupaKaine comes from, a place very much at odds with the “corporate stronghold.” the video has SK rocking the HNHH hat and rapping it up in dilapidated backyard and on a rocky outcrop out in the woods overlooking a scenic lake.
The video ends with a montage of the good citizens of America overlaid over a SupaKaine sermon, as the Detroit rapper urges his people to “put the fear down.”
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