Los Angeles’ Own F.Y.I. Asks Audiophiles To Not Judge In “These The Times” Video
A standout cut from the album, ameriBLACKKK, rapper-songwriter F.Y.I. offers his definitive account of everyday life experiences.
Those Chosen rap group impresario, F.Y.I., has released a host of songs, mixtapes and videos to help burgeon his brand. Successful at being sharp, timely and present in what’s going on in the world, this Los Angeles rising talent has worked with some of the best in the business from IZ Avila to Wes Jackson to Ab-Soul.
Fast forward to today, and we’re ecstatic to share with you all the newest video project from F.Y.I. “These The Times,” directed by Marlon “Hightop Bully” Womack this cut finds us watching the real unfold as life music. “The culture of hip-hop is in the music,” F.Y.I. said in a press release. “All the triumphs, transitions and tragedies of life are all captured in my music,” he explained.
Much like the album ameriBLACKKK, F.Y.I. examines the ins and outs of racism, mental health and love, using his patented style and rhyme schemes. If you’re a fan of quality lyrics and universal themes then F.Y.I. is a relatable and must-hear effort for those who are. With featured guests such as Sir Jon Lee, Kaye Fox, Ryck Jane and Front Page — pressing play and copping this album are two of the best things you can do on this Tuesday winning afternoon.