New Visual With A Powerful Message: Diggy Simmons “The Climate (Freestyle)”

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Diggy Simmons has been very consistent with his music lately. The Queens emcee had dropped a series of singles and visuals in the past few months.

This go ’round, the Atlantic Records rapper released a visual for “The Climate (Freestyle)“.

In the black-and-white directed visual, Zac Evan sits in the director’s chair.

On the track, Dig raps about his growth (he turns 21 Monday March 21), and also speaks about police brutality which lead to the deaths of Mike Brown, Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, Laquan McDonald, and Eric Garnder.

This is a powerful song with a great message:

Watch the visual below:
 Photos Credit: Diggy Simmons’ Instagram
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