Young Noble kicks off the new year with brand new visuals for his song ‘The Maze’.
Taken from Young Noble’s latest album, 3rd Eye View, ‘The Maze’ has an uplifting feel with a few important messages. Released on the OutlawzVEVO channel, the video, shot by Dave Schnell in Switzerland, also shows EDIDON making an appearance.
Speaking to O4L Online, Noble says it’s all about spitting game to the youngsters. “We shot that In Switzerland when we went there to do a concert there. It’s one of my favorite songs on the album. It’s just me giving game to the young people like I always try to do. We all just tryna find our way threw this crazy maze of life!”
Noble starts off speaking to hustlers, encouraging them to stay on their grind to get out of the struggle. The Outlaw veteran spits, “Plan, plot, strategize, watch for signs”, throwing caution to the wind, warning about the lack of love shown in the streets.
“We’re still praying for them better days, these ni**** selling whatever pays. Their just tryin’ to feed their hunger pains, everyday got us trapped in his fu**** maze”Young Noble – The Maze
Quoting some of Tupac’s songs, Young Noble finishes ‘Maze’ with a verse talking about love shown when you’re dead. Over the years, the Outlawz have experienced a tremendous amount of hurt through death, losing Tupac, Yaki Kadafi and Hussein Fatal.
In 2019, music lost another talented artist in Nipsey Hussle. Not many people appreciated the greatness and impact of these artists until they were no longer here.
It’s still Outlaw 4 Life for Young Noble and EDI
Young Noble and EDIDON are constantly grinding, bringing real-life music filled with substance and giving back to fans. Experiencing the work ethic of Tupac first hand, the Outlawz have worked hard all throughout their careers. Releasing multiple projects in 2019 that included Classic Collabz, Volume 1 and 2, Growth, and the single 96. All of which is available online everywhere and on the official Outlawz catalog web site.
Closing out the 2019 year, Young Noble would also release Outlaw Nation Vol 6 exclusively via O4L Online on Audiomack.
Honoring the twenty-year milestone of the album ‘Still I Rise‘, Outlawz and Ewing Athletics teamed up for their second collaboration. The sneakers are currently available for only a limited time only. Purchase the sneakers here.
‘Still I Rise’ was the third posthumous studio album from Tupac and the first album as a group for the Outlawz. The album was a huge success, with sales of 408,000 copies sold in its first week. In January 2000, it peaked at number 6 on Billboard 200 and number 2 on the ‘Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums’. It spent 20 weeks on the chart. In February 2000, the album would reach Platinum status.
Outlawuniversity.net are also selling the limited-edition Outlaw Ewing Athletics sneakers along with an autographed copy of both Young Noble and EDIDON‘s latest albums.