Trae Tha Truth Mourns the Death of a Friend in ”Can’t Get Close” Video
Fresh off the release of his 10th studio album Hometown Hero, Trae Tha Truth is heading back to support an older project and drops a new video for the song "Can't Get Close."
Featured on his 2017 project, Tha Truth Pt. 3, the song immortalizes his late friend Money Clip D. In the emotional visuals, Trae watches old home videos of his friend and pays a visit to the cemetery as he reflects on their days together.
The "Can't Get Close" video follows the release of the "Don't Know Me" rapper's latest album, Hometown Hero. The 12-track project serves as a dedication to the city of Houston and features guest appearances from T.I. Boosie Badazz, Young Thug, Money Man, RaRa, Ink and Kim.
Earlier this month, Trae Tha Truth found himself in a legal battle with Radio One after he sued the station over alleged defamation, gross negligence and tortuous interference with prospective relations. According to the rapper, he has been banned by the station since 2009 due to an incident that took place at his Trae Day event in Houston.
The rapper is currently suing Urban One, Inc., Radio One of Texas II, LLC, as well as Terri Thomas, the Program Director/Operations Manager for Houston’s Urban Hip-Hop and R&B Station 97.9 The Box. While it's uncertain how much money Trae is seeking, the lawsuit is believed to be a multi-million dollar suit.
Check out the "Can't Get Close" video below.
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