Last month, Sneakbo unveiled the third installment of his Jetski Wave mixtape series, which sees 16 tracks and additional features from BackRoad Gee, Ard Adz, M24, Pa Salieu, LUCIIA, and more. This past weekend, the South London star unveiled a new visual from that project for “Ghetto Gospel,” an emotionally charged collaboration with Moelogo that sees him rapping about the trouble that dwell in his hometown — specifically in regards to two close friends who chose different paths:
“It’s still money over girls dog, and how you’re living dog, my brother doin’ life, living with the prison guards, I’ve been writing bars, hoping that I get far, ‘cause where I’m from, every week you hear a gun blast, ‘round here, man get smoke, it’s no joke, it be your own guys, Lord knows…”
Directed by Smila, the cinematic clip brings Sneakbo’s story to life, beginning with a deadly robbery. Things then focus on the aforementioned mates, as one of them grows jealous over the other’s success before deciding to take his man’s life — he even callously shows up at his victim’s funeral. By the time the video ends, it becomes clear that he didn’t truly get away from such a heinous crime, as he transitions into a target for those seeking revenge.
“Ghetto Gospel” follows previously released visuals from Jetski Wave 3 for standout cuts like “Wag1,” “Changes,” “Practice (Jetski),” and “Came A Long Way.” In addition to his own releases, Sneakbo can also be seen and heard making appearances on Don’t Jealous Me’s “Vibes n TunUp,” as well as “A Town Krazy” alongside Jboy and Stickz.