Dizzy Wright links with Big K.R.I.T. for a new song titled "Outrageous." Over production from Freeze on the Beat, the two former XXL Freshmen combine for a politically-charged record that finds both rappers spitting about police brutality, racism, America and so much more.

"Black child got black waves/Gotta teach 'em to be brave/Ball up your fist and raise/Let 'em know we can't be fazed/Now everybody wanna cop head/'Cause this unarmed kid got shot dead/Look, 'Pac said niggas need change/Now the younger generation all hot heads," Dizzy raps.

K.R.I.T. also delivers a strong verse of his own: "I wonder when it's really gonna change, mane/I wonder when we getting out the game, shame."

As Dizzy Wright works on his The Golden Age 2 project, he's been supplying fans with records, previously releasing “Word On The Streetz,” “JOB,” “Ghetto N.I.G.G.A” and “FFL.”

The last project from the Las Vegas native was Wisdom and Good Vibes, an eight-track EP that he released last year. It featured production by MLB, FreezeOnTheBeat, Alex Lustig and SDot with no guest appearances.

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