So long 2020.
Uncle Murda shares a collage of videos for his recent “Rap Up 2020”, the latest and final installment of his yearly Rap Up series.
The song is also the opening track to his latest mixtape, Don’t Come Outside Vol. 3, which he released as well on New Year’s Day.
Over a sample Alicia Meyers’ 1981 hit “I Wanna Thank You”, Murda sums up the year for nearly 14 minutes referencing the his personal struggles, the Coronavirus pandemic, his theories behind the vaccine, the loss of Kobe Bryant, Andre Harrell, Fred The Godson, Pop Smoke, and more.
As the footage continues to play, the beat switches to Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much”, where Murda addresses the Black Lives Matter movement, the countless victims, the Verzuz phenomenon, beefs, and much more. And that’s literally a wrap.