YSL Artist Unfoonk Releases The “Trial” Music Video Off Of His “My Struggle” Mixtape

maxresdefault-7 YSL Artist Unfoonk Releases The "Trial" Music Video Off Of His "My Struggle" Mixtape

Today, Young Stoner Life Records recording artist Unfoonk releases visuals for “Trial“.Trial gives insight into the bonafide street-poets past and the emotions surrounding the trial for his life on a melodic beat. The lyrics capture his feelings of angst towards the law, his commitment to his biological and street family, and his battle with his own demons.
The video release today details the beginning and end of his life sentence in which he completed 11 years before being released with the aid of his brother, Young Thug. He is surrounded by his friends and the streets that brought him to be who he is today that also serve as a reminder of the path that he took. He warns of the death that plagues his hometown as someone’s coffin is carried by a group of his peers and expresses his desire to “get rid of these demons”. The journey continues as Unfoonk is surrounded by success, however, Unfoonk understands why he has to continue to tell his story. At the end of the video, he states: “I want people like y’all to feel what the f*ck I’m saying cause we the ones going through that so I wanna give them me.” “Trial” further speaks to his authenticity as a recording artists as he lets his fans get a personal look into his life so that they can relate to him and appreciate their own struggle by recognizing it  in his words. 
While some may have originally known Unfoonk as being Young Thug’s older brother, his standout performance on “Real” from the Billboard #1 Album Slime Language 2 would make it clear that he was carving out a lane of his own. Prior to that release, Unfoonk broke onto the scene with his song “Mob Ties” ft. 24 Heavy and Slimelife Shawty earning him regional acclaim, accumulating over 3.4 Million views on Youtube.  More recently, Unfoonk dropped the music video for “Running Out of Patience” feat. Future, which has garnered him half a million views and enlarged his fanbase. Always knowing that his future existed in the realm of rap; Unfoonk drew inspiration from Young Money, Cash Money and Andre 3000 to create what he calls “pain music” — detailing his relatable life experiences and struggles through his lyrics. Unfoonk continues to give his fans pain music and descriptive stories with his performance in the new visuals for “Trial”.