DGainz Dedicates ‘Me Against The World’ To Trayvon Martin

DGainz has new music for fans. This time around, the videographer is stepping from behind the camera.

DGainz’ new single “Me Against The World” features Reggae artist Max-A-Million. The videographer, who gained fame filming Chief Keef’s viral “I Don’t Like” music video, takes a gritty approach in this visual.

The visual was filmed in a dilapidated structure with DGainz rapping, “Tell me if I’m wrong, I don’t belong in this world today/Kush got me gone, I mean so gone, I forgot to pray/I been on my alone on my own a hundred dozen days/ I’m fly and I can’t live a lie as man spreads his genocide.”

DGainz also dedicated his latest song and visual to slain teenager Trayvon Martin.

Martin, 17, was gunned down by George Zimmerman on Feb. 26, 2012 after being regarded as “suspicious” by the neighborhood watchman.

Check out “Me Against The World” below

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