Neighborhood Wonderful packed so many great artists into one album. If there was an omelette that tasted like the past year, this album would've been it. Acts like Anderson. Paak, Thundercat, Blu, Erykah Badu and Iman Omari perfected a soundtrack to a time filled with uprisings and setbacks.
The visual for “G.U.N.” presents a twisted America with clips of dogs fighting blacks and pastor T.D. Jakes blessing the children. If anything it makes you think about the juxtapositions that exist within the hood and our society at large. Krondon’s verses put those contradictions on the forefront as well where he spits after the hook, “That’s why he put ferrari’s in the hood and the wall to wall weed shops promoting that good.”
Shafiq Husayn, Krondon, and Chace Infinite all connected on this track with some lessons about how to move through. Peep their visual for "G.U.N." below and purchase the album here if you haven't already.