Now, I'm not into the hip-to-the-hop so much, but this one is really good. It is the first time I have ever heard a mainstream rapper (?) speak out against homophobia on this level. The lyrics are astoundingly well worded, and the intelligent proses he has given as to his reasoning, is spot on.
I know not many of you watch the videos that people put up, hell I'm guilty of that too. But I will strongly attempt to persuade you to watch this one; it is just that good. It might even make you a bit teary in your eye socket area.