Scrilla links up with Anthony Hamilton for the "Mutulu Shakur" video. The video takes place in an abandoned church in Charlotte, N. C. and symbolizes "pain, but displays the beauty in things that are unseen." Hamilton can be seen holding a bible in the middle of a street while laying down a soulful chorus. Later in the video, there are clips memorializing the victims of the horrific Charleston church tragedy that happened in 2015.

The pairing of Scrilla and Anthony Hamilton is a perfect match as the MMG signee's powerful lyrics are enhanced by the singer's strong voice.

"Anthony Hamilton brought soul to 'Mutulu Shakur,' Scrilla said to XXL. "It was funny because he kept saying 'Hey, we not going home until it's done.'

Scrilla adds, "Mutlu Shakur didn't let imprisonment stop his drive to overcome that experience. He said, 'Brothers and sisters involved in our liberation have a right to struggle in order to be free.' This video is my struggle."

The South Florida native is gearing up to release a project this year. For right now, watch the video for "Mutulu Shakur" below.

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