The Fourth of July stands for independence for some, but for others it symbolizes the sacrifices that unfortunately must be made to maintain that freedom. For his latest visual, for the track "Fourth Of July," award-winning Chicago rapper and aspiring politician, Rhymefest, focuses on the latter...
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