Chris Crack unveils “False Evidence Appearing Real” video

The first taste of his upcoming album ‘Might Delete Later.’

Chris Crack has announced his next studio album Might Delete Later and unveiled a video for lead single “False Evidence Appearing Real.”

In the bright visual, the Chicago rapper heads to the serene outdoors, where he hangs out with wolves and feeds horses while delivering his witty bars. “N***a unruly, ain’t got no standards, none / Why the beats is better than the rappers? / I ain’t know if he was rapping, I ain’t know if he was trapping / What happened to role models? / Not the ones who sold us out for a gold bottle on a speedboat.”

Might Delete Later is due out on February 12 and will be Crack’s first release on the record label Fool’s Gold. According to a press release, the album will feature 15 tracks, including “False Evidence Appearing Real.” The prolific rapper dropped four projects last year, including White People Love Algorithms and Good Cops Don’t Exist.

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Watch the video for “False Evidence Appearing Real” below:

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