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CRASH shares visual component for a song about being ‘Homeless In LA’: Watch

It’s different to hear someone sing from the perspective of a homeless person.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

‘Homeless In LA’, unfortunately, will resonate with so many people around the country and the globe, living on the streets. The Los Angeles Times reported that in 2019, approximately 60,000 people were without homes.

CRASH, the new artist, sings about a past lover who has a place, and he knows he can’t stay. Nonetheless, he’s letting them know he feels because they remind him of home. It’s a deep one. Check out the official visual below. It’s different to hear someone sing from the perspective of a homeless person.


Written by Richardine Bartee

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