DeWayne Jackson - I Cry Too


Back in 2001, Jay Z was so averse to tearing up that he had to make a Song Cry for him. A decade and change down the line, the culture has evolved and men—even rappers—are less wary about admitting, “I Cry Too.” On his latest song release, featured along with director Jake Leininger's official visuals, DeWayne Jackson allows himself to get a little misty as he reflects on his recent struggles. Over a melancholy James Curtis beat, the emcee vents about his precarious finances, the burnt bridges between him and his loved ones, the possibility that a racist cop could put him behind bars and other pressing concerns. The Who Is He mixtape as yet lacks a drop date but, rest assured, we'll keep you posted on the project as we learn more.



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