Man, this is so moving. I know Rozay is opulent AF, still is in this song, but the nuances are very subtle. I love the simplicity of the video and the imagery he emphasises. Using the American flag to say "I'm speaking about the things a black man goes through in this country of mine" goes a long way. Especially in juxtaposition with the innocent walk that the man is ting with his son, which goes south real quick. I did wish John Legend's contribution could've been more on the song but his entry is just perfectly timed with the climax of drama towards the end of the video. This is definitely one of my favourite works from Rozay's Black Market album.
Just have a look: