Watch The Video For ”School Shooters’ By XXXTentacion & Lil Wayne
School Shooters Video XXXTentacion Lil Wayne: The music video for XXXTentacion and Lil Wayne collaboration, ‘School Shooters‘ has finally surfaced. This song first appeared on the latest album from the posthumous singer. The album is titled ‘Bad Vibes Forever‘.
The major point of the video is to address the steady growing menace of shootings in schools as well as bullying, as they can lead to gun violence. It pays special tribute to the 17 victims of the shooting that occurred at the Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, on February 14, 2018.
From the cut, we can see X paying a visit to the lone hero and survivor of the shooting, at the hospital.
The producer of the album, John Cunningham had a little chat with Billboard, concerning how the song, ‘School Shooters’ came about. According to him, they had recorded several songs during the period of the shooting and X had initially wanted to go with the title, ‘Hope’.
“The school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida in 2018—[X] lived right down the street from that, and was essentially neighbors with the high school when that happened,” Cunningham said. “He was really affected by it, and he wanted to lend his support and put out a song to show people that he was trying to help.”
Bad Vibes Forever was XXXTentacion’s last studio album and his second posthumous solo release which dropped July last year. It featured guest appearances from Rick Ross, Noah Cyrus, Joey Badass, Joyner Lucas, and blink-182.
Watch the video for ‘School Shooters’ below: