In 'Why Me?' music video, Ice Cube shows how people suffers a lot more when it comes to talk about death.
Rapper Ice Cube has premiered a music video in support of his latest single, "Why Me?". Featuring Musiq Soulchild as a guest performer, the song appears in Cube's eight major studio effort called "Raw Footage", which has been available on sale since August.
The music video itself tackles subjects with heavy social importance about the murder of innocent people in inner-city of America. Most of the scenes carry mournful theme about how it feels when someone close to them dies. Tears are shown running down from some people who make cameo appearances in the video, marking their deep sadness.
Furthermore, some of the biggest artists in hip-hop who contribute on the album include The Game and Young Jeezy. While Game backs up Cube in "Get Used to It", Jeezy is featured on "I Got My Locs On". Distributed independently via Cube's Lench Mob Records, the album has debuted at number one on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Chart and reached number 5 in Billboard Hot 200 chart.
Ice Cube's "Why Me?" music video featuring Musiq Soulchild: