Cantrell continues to spoil his supporters with his consistency as he delivers the next installment of his video series as promised. This newest release is the official video for “IDDSDGO” featuring Doeman, and it is the second to last installment of the series. With his arms locked together alongside his fellow protesters, Cantrell delivers his opening bars with powerful determination in his eyes:
I don’t do shit don’t go outside, with my right hand up to God I tell no lies/ Don’t know your worth then what’s the price?/ I got everything I need to come alive
Cantrell took the time to explain his intention behind the visual to REVOLT in his own words. “Dr. MLK was a known supporter of the Latino community,” he says. The video serves to highlight the strong alliance between multiple groups. “With me portraying Dr. King, we have Doeman representing sort of a blend of the Brown Berets and Chicano poet/activist Alurista bailing me out of jail. Black and Brown people started this culture of Hip Hop and it’s important to us both as brothers to remind people of that, and to put that genuine love on display.”
The aforementioned Beware the Sheep Clothing includes features from Doeman and Grip, and the corresponding visuals for both tracks with the features are available now. Most recently, Cantrell can be heard handing out assists on projects like Caleborate’s Light Hit My Skin, Rob Markman’s If You Don’t You’ll Regret It, and the intro track of A-Lex’s From A Seed (Deluxe).
Be sure to press play on Cantrell’s brand new “IDDSDGO” music video featuring Doeman down below and keep a look out for the final installment of Cantrell’s video series that will be rolling out within two weeks. You an also view the previous video from the series “Ratchet & Righteous” beneath that in case you missed it.