YG and other artists pay tribute to George Floyd and the fight for justice through music.
TXL 22 has been released, and comes at a time where society is experiencing a high level of unrest and turmoil. Due to this, artists have used their platform to express the frustration, anger, and injustice of law enforcement and leaders of the country. TXL 22 sheds light on these artist’s emotions through their music. The tape is hosted by DJ Reddy Rell, DJ Iceberg, and Adrian Swish.
YG leads the way with his heavy-hitting anthem FTP. The Bompton rapper led a massive protest in Hollywood earlier this month of over 100,000 people, while also shooting the video for the track.
Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Reason, and Juicy J all come through with tracks that put the recent protests at the front line of discussion. Lil Baby’s powerful track “The Bigger Picture” sees the rapper go deeper into expressing his emotions and thoughts of the current social unrest.
TXL 22 comes through with more dope features as well, with new tracks from Shadygoangetit, Setitoff83, Spyda, King Buckley, and more. The tape features music from RMR, fresh off the release of his album DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART.