The singer-songwriter/producer's 10-song EP 'Indigo Child' is due this summer.
Two weeks after premiering his single "God's Whisper" with Billboard, Raury unleashes the accompanying visual.
Check out Raury wander his hometown of Atlanta with his crew in the Andrew Donoho-directed video, premiered by Noisey yesterday (March 19):
Raury shares his catchphrase on the video's YouTube page: "Lord have mercy on the ignorant youth."
"I was fucking pissed. I hated school. My mom found out I smoked pot. She was patronizing me all the time. I just wanted to drop out and focus on what I wanted to do which was music," he told Billboard of "God's Whisper." "I thought school was a system of indoctrination and brainwashing, and they just want you to go to school, graduate, have kids and die. That's something I won't compromise. I won’t live my life on my knees."
Raury's 10-song EP, "Indigo Child," which features "God's Whisper," is slated to drop this summer.