The rap group Rick Gates has released a new music video, which is the first of several that the rapper has posted on social media in the last two months.
In the video, Gates and his bandmates, Black Thought, appear to be sitting on a park bench.
Gates and the rest of the band are sitting in a car, holding hands.
Then the group all walk away.
Gates then takes a phone out of his pocket and starts recording a message, which ends up being about how “my friends in the world” are a part of a “mixtape” that’s about him and his “group.”
The video was shot in the city of San Francisco and features a large group of people holding hands as the camera zooms in on Gates and several of his friends.
The message is directed at people who have criticized Gates in the past for his use of the n-word, his use and use of homophobic language.
Gates has previously said that he doesn’t want to talk about the recent controversy surrounding his use-of-force video that was posted to Instagram on Sept. 1.
In a recent Instagram post, Gates said he didn’t want people to “be afraid” of his “message.”
He wrote, “This video is about a message that I want to give.
That is my message.
The message I am about to deliver is a message about how I am a person and I am here to tell you that you are not alone.
I’m about to tell your friends that you aren’t alone.”
The group then goes through a series of songs in which they talk about how they want to “go out there, be free and feel like a real human being,” Gates wrote in the post.
The group also has an album out called Mixtape, which will be released on September 28.