Queens, New York-born, Miami, Florida-based rapper Rixh Forever teams up with fellow NY emcees Vado and Benny The Butcher for his new single “Crazy”. The track is as sombre as they come and is bolstered by melancholic keys, moody vocal samples and punchy drums sees Rixh detailing his past in the mean streets and the craziness that surrounded his environment and ultimately made him who he is today. His melodic rap sure stands out and this is followed by Benny The Butcher’s gruff vocal tone and graphic lyrical schemes that breaks down his past as well as all the soldiers who didn’t make it. Vado closes the song with his own grim tales reminding listeners of the dark side of the streets.
The video makes use of scenes captured in Harlem, New York, and “The Bluff” in Atlanta, Georgia, both considered distressing areas to live in. As the song and video fade out, the last frames share a noteworthy statistic about incarceration rates, which is the final push by Rixh Forever to “make it make sense” through “Crazy.”