We can trust the Ladbroke Grove native artist to handle himself.

At the song’s start, there’s a mention of war but not the kind that calls for camouflage and licensed weapons. In this case, it is the war that claims and collects the lives of young people. They are dying by the day, and the deaths feel senseless. As we cruise through the pain he encounters, there’s no happy ending or sense of hope for the future. It is dark and grim. According to British rapper Digga D, if you aren’t ready to get active for whatever you believe in or need to protect, you should stay inside. Check out the music video directed by Digga D and Don Prod below, produced by F1ncha.