This is a case in which I like the concept and subject matter of a song more than the production or delivery. I like the fact DDizzizzy Wright continues to inject social issues and thought into popular music , especially the hip-hop genre. The production on this is functional but almost feel like a celebratory or causal spring day beat more than a reflective jawn. I get what he was going for here and again he gets the most points and respect from me for using his platform to speak out on something like this. I hope dizzy has a bright future, especially if he continue to provide a conscious to modern hip-pop landscape that is happy to live without one.