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Cartoon Sheff G relives past in visual for ‘Drum Dummy’: Watch

In the Aylo direction, Brooklyn Drill legend Sheff G gets immortalised in an animated visual that narrates his early life. It is only two minutes long or so, but the messages through the imagery are deep. The video kicks it off with Sheff G stealing a meal and running into the subway as a young boy, as his lyrics detailing disingenuine moments from women and friends. Once upon a time, people called him names like “fatty” and other names that weren’t his, and he decided to share trauma from his past in the visual.

Watch the video for the Great John production ‘Drum Dummy’ below.


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