Today, Atlanta trap rapper 550 shares his personal story with his “All On Me” music video. 550 opens up about hustling in the streets and ending up in the penitentiary. His family kept him focused when he was down and motivated him to share his testimony through music. The against all odds song will appear on his forthcoming album Hoodlum releasing via CKP Records on January 26th. Hoodlum features collaborations with Future, 21 Savage, Yung Mazi, Will A Fool, KC Da Beatmonster and more. Watch here

550 explains, “Prison was the closest thing to death… living without your family. All them sleepless nights in the hole, trying not to fight so I can get back to my kids. When I got out, my cousins Future and Casino encouraged me to get into music with them. It made me remember where I came from and how we grew up together. I counted my blessings and realized it’s All On Me.”

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