Oscar Black has just released the video for the song Street Practicality and it's probably one of his most impactful visuals to date. The screen synopsis which was written by Keila Black, is based on a true story and takes viewers on the inside look of the chess moves that are being made to take life, and the counter moves that are put in place for survival. This music video feels much more like a mini movie and once you watch it through its entirety you truly get a sense of the weight and pressures that surround those who choose the path of the streets. I just spoke to Oscar before writing this piece and he made it clear that he is not looking to glorify the streets, but he does hope that his story can save someone from making decisions that have ramifications that are finite. I highly recommend watching this visual which was directed by Mike Rawling and you can listen to "Street Practicality" by purchasing or streaming Oscar Blacks latest project "Always Wanted". For more information on Oscar Black make sure to go to www.oscarblackmusic.com and be more than a fan and CONNECT+.