New York rapper Uncle Murda is giving fans what they want. The hip-hop veteran comes through this week with his must-watch “Rap Up 2020” music video.
Uncle Murda’s Music Video For Rap Up 2020 Is A Must-Watch
Murda’s new visual is 15 minutes long and features clips of key moments from 2020. From the release of rappers Tekashi 6ix9ine and Rowdy Rebel to some unforgettable Verzuz battles, Murda has everything covered in the must-watch video.
New York rapper Uncle Murda has finally come through on his “Rap Up 2020” music video. Following a year to forget and his annual yearend record’s release, Uncle M returns with his new hard-hitting visual. Clocking in at 15 minutes, the Brooklyn native illustrates everything he raps about from the Megan Thee Stallion/Tory Lanez drama to COVID-19.
Uncle Murda Reconsiders Retirement
A few days ago, Murda went to his Instagram page last week to admit Kanye West divorce gossip and rumors caught his attention. The drama had him seriously thinking about doing a “Rap Up 2021” anthem.
“Now they getting a divorce to much sh*t going on I’m trying to retire in peace 🤦🏿♂️ 2021 Rap Up 🤔😂 sh*t tempting me ? Don’t Come Outside Vol3 Out Now link in my bio”
The same week, Uncle Murda acknowledged the Capitol Hill invasion had him thinking about doing another “Rap Up” later this year.
“Crazy crazy sh*t crazy 2021 already trying to make me do another Rap Up when I already said I wasn’t doing no more 🤦🏿♂️ #ThisIsAmerica”
Uncle Murda Reveals Hip-Hop Reactions
A few days ago, Murda went to his Instagram page with a slideshow of “Rap Up 2020” co-signs. Everyone from producer Swizz Beatz to rap legend Snoop Dogg have saluted Uncle for his tune.
“It’s okay to give me my flowers now Shout out to @therealswizzz @bigboy @snoopdogg Rap Up 2020 – Don’t Come Outside Vol3 Out Now Link in my bio #AppreciateTheLove”
The Rap Up 2020 Is A Must-Hear
Murda went in-in on his most emotional and hard-hitting “Rap Up” release. Along with remembering late entertainment icons, Murda also puts heavy focus on Black Lives Matter, the world clapping back at police brutality and President Donald Trump losing the election. Murda even announces this is his last-ever “Rap Up” release at the end of the song.
“The best news we got all year was Rowdy coming home/It was dope seeing him on the ‘gram being celebrated, he a real one, he ain’t fold when he got interrogated/Pharrell was on ‘Drink Champs’ talking some stupid sh*t, just because you pay taxes don’t make it cool to snitch”