Oddisee has been putting out incredible music for years, and his latest video proves why you should open your eyes if you haven't already. The Washington, D.C. rapper recently teamed up with the Colors platform to perform for their Colors Show series, giving him a chance to show off his bars and intellect with his "Like Really" record.

Backed by a band featuring a guitarist, drummer, and keyboardist who provide a laidback jazz vibe for the instrumental, Oddisee comes in to ask some tough questions about the state of the country today and race relations. The MC spits, "How do you police the streets of a neighborhood you do not engage in?/Why a brother get three for a sack, and your brother go free for a rapin'?" The 32-year-old rapper continues to show his bewildered attitude towards the dealings of the system before letting the band break out into solos while he lays down some soulful vocals.

"Like Really" is featured on Oddisee's The Iceberg album, which released to all streaming platforms earlier this year. In the past, he has released eleven different albums, along with tons of different mixtapes and EPs. Check out Oddisee's performance of "Like Really" below.

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