Boosie Badazz raps some thought-provoking lyrics in his latest visuals, shedding light on the lack of resources provided to those in low income communities across the country. That lack of resources usually forces young men and women into doing things that will one day cost them their freedom, or worse, their lives. Through those trials and tribulations Boosie reassures that regardless of their actions they simply “Wanna Be Heard."

The last line of Boosie’s first verse goes “Where I’m from, they don’t give the youth nothing to do,” something that has always baffled me about the state of Louisiana, and others. If you’re from the lower income areas (the hood), then you’ve got to get it how you live, basically.  There are no consistent programs, other than sports, to encourage or reinforce development especially within children who come from impoverished back grounds.

“Wanna Be Heard” also boasts a feature from veteran Houston rapper Slim Thug, who delivers a thought-provoking verse of his own.

Boosie’s Out My Feelings, In My Past is in stores now.