I’m a little late, but this would be one of the better videos I’ve seen in awhile. I just got put on to SoCal emcee Waju, by way of his new visual, “Insulin.” The short film takes the young emcee to San Francisco and starts out innocent enough, until you realize that he is constantly, and closely being followed by a dark, ominous figure. The video’s intent is made very clear at the end, when you realize what station he is at and can better grasp that this is Waju’s way of giving his feelings on the countless victims of racial profiling, namely Oscar Grant and Trayvon Martin. Not to be lost in the engaging video, would be Waju’s impressive and witty wordplay throughout the song: ”Writing down extraordinary rhymes, with poor penmanship, trying not to follow the hood, like George Zimmerman, instead I just follow my heart, towards deliverance, compose a better future with words as my chore instruments.” Japanese production house OilWorks handle the beat, while the video was directed by $queeze Williams. Look for Waju’s debut LP, Something Special, coming soon.