– So I’m on some shit, I’m like alright. – [News Presenter] Jacksonville
Police have arrested… – That was like, at a red light – [News Presenter] Victim
of the quadruple shooting. – All you heard was (imitates gun fire). – The local rapper who
survived the shooting near the Saint John’s Town Center earlier this week– – And when that bitch hit
my hand I dropped my phone. – [News Presenter] And behind bars. – I just blank out. – [Reporter] And, he had
no gun on him that night. – I’m like little bro, I got you. Just open the door. – Shit, live for the day, shit… we might die tomorrow. – Life on the line, I’ll die for you, you gonna die for me. – You been dealing for so much, it’s like you get used to that shit. – You gotta be, you gotta be more than a soldier to make it through Jacksonville. (dramatic music) – [Teenager] Yeah this is the trenches. This cut right here. You can walk through this cut, there’s another neighborhood back there. Shit… We was running through the cut, running from police, jumping out the car, run through the neighborhood. This the little cut we
used to run through, but the police done closed it up. – [Ace’s Mother] Oh, he was a good child. He used to run around with his diaper on. He had long hair, only place he really
liked to stay is under me, me and Trevon. – [Ace] She’s my best friend. I know if nobody got me, she got me. Wrong or right, she goin’ ride in the car with me until them wheels fall of. Feel what I’m saying? We ain’t never had nothing. I got seven brothers on my momma side, and like, we grew up with no daddy. My daddy was doing 15 years in prison. My other brother’s daddy, their daddy was in prison too. Plenty nights we ain’t eat. Plenty nights we ain’t sleep. Feel what I’m saying? My little brothers, they had to… like, they ain’t really
know as much until like, they got like, to a certain age. They knew, but they ain’t know for real. – [Ace’s Uncle] We’re
in Melissa right now, little apartments and shit. On the west side. – West Side, Zone four shit, Duval County, you know what I’m sayin’. – [DJ Shab] This the north side, this where I record at, 32209. A lot of people don’t, ain’t make it around here. But I stay out of the way, stayed in my lane. (music) – [Kareem] 5020 Cleveland Ave. apartment, right down the street from here. Me, his big brothers, all of us we play football together. His brother brought him
around, back around, you know. We built a relationship like that. But you know Ace, he call me Big Bro. You know, I feed him knowledge, let him know what’s real. You know, that my little homie there. – [Ksoo] I met Ace like, what, my ninth grade year? – [Ace’s Mother] And
then we had to move here and then we had to move there, house got shot up, so we had to move from out of there. Went to Clay County. I wish we didn’t went to Clay County, because I don’t like them. – Bitch we in the trenches for real. – Man why you ain’t text me back bitch? You ain’t text me back. (car horn) – There go my granddaddy and there go, AJ and them right there. (laughing) Interview! That’s my auntie, we own
the corner store right here. – My auntie, you tripping. – Yo. – Uh them. – But y’all ain’t have
permission to come in the store with all this. – We can film in the store? – No, you gotta ask the store owner. – Nah, nah, we good, we good. I been going to this store, since I was young as fuck, you can’t get shit free out this store, my auntie own this bitch. Tell her how we can’t
get shit free out here. For real. We gotta pay for everything. – Can’t trust nobody, this Jacksonville. You can’t trust your own blood, shit. – Right now anything could go
down around this motherfucker. – Shit, live for the day shit, we might die tomorrow. – You gotta be on point out here. – In the bed, church, wherever. A Nigga ain’t ever lacking man. – We got smoke with the
whole city, so shit… You never know when. Most definitely, you ain’t
gonna catch us down bad. – You know what I’m saying, it is killers everywhere, all around the city, but they love me ’cause I don’t play the middleman. – Hey Junior!, hey Junior! – I don’t play the middleman. – Hey Junior! (people yelling) (distant shouting) – See, there we go. It’s how it is in Jacksonville. (yelling) – Shabar, Shab. He on fire and he 904. He like to play poker and he on fire. This whole arm my son. Dice, he’ll make you
laugh, or make you cry. – Shit, you get that call your dog gone. Your people gone, shit, but we’ve been dealing for so much it’s like you get used to that shit. Like, oh, so and so just got shot. And you’re like, oh for real? That shit normal, man. – Who you telling? – [Ace] First song I made, I was 14 years old. I was at Melvin Park, on a bench. – I just heard them in
a room singing a song, “You Don’t Wanna Go to War With Me.” And they asked me like, could we do a video here? And I told them no. – “Go to War” that was my
first video I ever shot. – First video I seen was that “Go to War.” I knew he was going to be something, even when I first met him. – Shit we always joke about how we goin’ make it, and all this shit, that was back then, feel what I’m saying? And Tre used to be like, we gotta turn up on
that bitch, you hear me? So next thing you know, we’d go through beats, boom boom. And then just that beat just hit me, boom. I’m like fuck a nigga, nigga don’t wanna go to war with us. Like a nigga don’t
wanna go to war with me. I’ma die about me, you hear me? So I’m on that don’t wanna go to war. ♪ Bro, we gon slay you when you sleep ♪ ♪ When you’re stressing, bitch we creep ♪ ♪ You don’t wanna go to war with me ♪ ♪ Mamma’s crying, niggas dying, ♪ ♪ It’s whatever when
you’re coming for me, ♪ ♪ You don’t wanna go to war with me ♪ – They showed me the video and I said why did y’all did that video in my house when I told y’all don’t do it? police just coming through my doors. They thought we had guns, but there were no guns. – Hell yeah, that’s why I went to jail. Police came, kicking through shit. SWAT teams and shit, tank trucks, all that type of shit. Kick that bitch in, thinking they finna gon’ find all this crazy ass shit
that they mix up together and think they finna come find, know what I’m saying? But there was nothing like that. I’m always three steps ahead of people, feel what I’m saying? I’m always three steps ahead. – Yeah man, good vibes today, you know what I’m saying? We finna go to the detention center now, finna go in there and
talk to the kids and shit. I remember when I was younger, a nigga couldn’t tell me nothing, you heard me? So shit. I already know how these
niggas feel and shit, these little niggas, shit. They really ain’t got no choice. – Well they gonna listen
to you ’cause you– – They gon’ listen, they gon’ listen, but that’s the thing, though, like sometimes you ain’t go no choice. It ain’t like they chose this life. – You have arrived. (phone dings) – Hey where we pulling up at? (talking) – See what I mean? – Yeah, you ready? – Speaking on my brother’s
name get you stepped on! – Believe that! (crowd reacting) – I just came out this bitch
to come see all y’all boys, but I’m chilling. I’m on this thing right here though. I’m on this community
control shit, you feel me? So it’s like I can’t really do much. I can’t go to the store if I want to, all my shit, I gotta plan
my schedule out bi-weekly. We come from the trenches, you feel me? So a lot of them, they won’t understand where we come from, feel what I’m saying? We ain’t choose this life, this shit is just how this shit play out, feel me? You don’t wanna be in
this bitch all your life and a lot of niggas in
that bitch facing life, 45 years, you know what I’m saying, my uncle doing 35, over
something he ain’t have to. Feel what am I’m saying? All that time, that’s when everybody leave, you know what I’m saying? Everybody love you when you out that bitch doing that gansta shit, everybody wanna jump
in that stolo with you. Feel what I’m saying? But when the police come and get you, all them niggas are out, feel what I’m saying? All that. – How do you get ankle monitoring on? – Oh right here? – Yeah, I’m saying, how’d you– – After the incident when
my brothers done got shot, well, I got shot too,
I got shot eight times. (music) The night before, 23 birthday was coming up. Everybody that I be with they got numbers that they go by. Every time I see four I think 4, and every time I think 23 I think 23, you know I’m saying, Quan is two. I go run in the room, I go jump on him, I’m like, 23 nigga, happy birthday nigga. I said what’s up lil bro? He said, shit, I ain’t supposed
to make it to this day. – Let’s see that tattoo. – What, my tattoo? Oh yeah, those all my
little brothers though. They all the way gangsta. Oh yeah, y’all seen that? Oh yeah, but look though, in these streets that would come with it. Y’all know that, that’s what come with it. That’s why y’all gotta
watch everything y’all do. Watch every move, feel what I’m saying? They say there’s a reason, so they say God do everything for a reason, feel what I’m saying? He put his toughest soldiers through the toughest battles. I mean I live for the day, I might die tomorrow. We all go out to eat. I’m on my phone and shit, I’m trying to find out where
the fuck my girlfriend at, because she was eating too, so I’m trying to find
where the fuck she at, I’m about to go with her, be cause 23 and Quan Quan they trying to go with some hoes, feel what I’m saying? So I’m on some shit, I’m like alright. Next thing you know we
stop at a red light. All you heard was, (imitates gun fire). And when that bitch hit my hand, I dropped my phone. I heard 23, he was on the side of me. I holla at him, he’s screaming and shit, so I’ma die for you, you going to die for me. Life on the line. I jump over to shield him. I’m like little brother I got you. Just open the door, open the door. When shit serious, he call me by my real name. He like, Keyanta I can’t move, Keyanta I can’t move, Keyanta I can’t move. Like just hearing that, I can’t move, that shit just fucked my mind up, that shit played through my shit all day. Keyanta I can’t move, Keyanta I can’t move, feel what I’m saying? Ace call the ambulance. By the time I look back around there, there’s already people surrounding. So shit. Woop woop, shit happened. Call my girlfriend and shit. After that, we go to, the ambulance come, but with one car. Keep in mind, I ain’t even
look at my little brother, still to this day, I ain’t see, I ain’t look
at my little brother. He laying down on 4’s lap. They came, they grabbed
23 first, they left. Another one came, they came and got me. Me and 23 was outside of the car. I’m laying down. Me and 23 on the ground and shit, this is before they came got him, I’m laying down but I’m
calling out for him, I’m reaching for him, I’m like “23.” But he not answering back. I’m like “23.” I’m reaching out toward him though. RJ, Royale, I’m calling him
by everything, you feel me? He ain’t never answer. So I just closed my eyes, I say, I’m finna faint. I say, I’m about to die. And I’m like, they killed my brother. And this before I even
knew any of them was dead, I said they killed my brother. I just had a feeling. So we get to the ambulance, all that shit, Kolby was in the next door to me. They brought him back to life four times. He forever 4. Everything happen with him be four times. They brought him back to life four times. I was in the hospital bed, they told me the doctor told me I was finna die. I told them keep it 100. You think I’m gonna live? He said, “I don’t know, maybe.” I said keep it 100, do
you think I’m gon’ live? He said, “there’s too many holes, “I don’t think you gonna make it,” you feel what I’m saying? (heartbeat) – [David] My name is David Hass, I was Ace’s lawyer. I’ve been a lawyer for 17 years, I spent five years as a state prosecutor, I spent 10 years as a federal prosecutor, and now I have my own
criminal defense practice here in Orlando, Florida. The first time I met with
Ace was in Jacksonville. His hand was heavily
wrapped, he’d been shot, and I could tell he was in a lot of pain, but he wasn’t complaining. And really that’s when I went to work. It was pretty much around the clock, trying to get in touch
with the sheriff’s office, trying to get in touch with
the state attorney’s office, to get the best possible
outcome that we could. – [News Announcer] Breaking overnight, Jacksonville police have arrested the only surviving victim
of the quadruple shooting. – Deadly shooting on the city’s south side leaves three people dead. – Keyanta Bullard, also
known as Yungeen Ace– – Yungeen Ace– – Yungeen Ace– – Is now out of the
hospital and behind bars. His younger brother and two friends died in that same drive by shooting. – He’s on GPS monitoring right now and he has a curfew from
10:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. His attorney also told us
that their priority at this point is to get him to the hospital because he still has eight bullets in him, including in his hand,
his leg, and his arm. He and his attorney
gave a brief statement. – [Reporter] Do you feel safe? – I’m good, I’m Yungeen Ace. – He’s in our care. I said we have a grooming
standard in our jail that your hair, hair,
has to be neat and clean. And I said, that’s not neat and clean. You know, someone says, you might have violated his rights. No, I didn’t violate, he’s in my care. And in my care, you will
look neat and clean. – Shaving his head for no reason. Putting it under the guise of, “That’s how we clean you up.” – It was fucked up, basically. He was shot up, brother just got killed. – He’d been shot eight times, and I believe at that point we had three or four eight
bullets inside of him still. Considering he really
needed to go to a hospital, because he didn’t have insurance, the hospital wouldn’t take
the bullets out of him, so while he was in custody, it really became that part, it was the responsibility
of the sheriff’s office to make sure he got the
medical care he needed. Sheriff’s office didn’t
give him medical care, they didn’t give him antibiotics, and they basically just left him in there. – My mind was all fucked up. I was really feeling like, fuck that, you know what I’m saying? I’m finna spaz in this bitch, like, I’m all fucked, I’m limping, I barely could walk, I can’t even really sit down, I can’t really sleep. I’m on this hard ass cell bed, like, I barely can eat, my mind ain’t functioning right. You know what I’m saying? Y’all got me in this little ass cell. I done went through all this shit, and you got me in this little ass box. And when I went to Clay County, when I left Duval and
went to Clay County Jail, I had went to, they put me in confinement. I’m in this little ass box. This tragedy just happened to me you got me in this little ass box, trying to fuck my head up. You feel what I’m saying? This little ass fucking box, all day, nothing, nothing in there. Just a bed, a sink and a toilet. – Don’t no man want to be
locked behind a wall like that. He ain’t even get go to
his brother’s funeral. You know what I’m saying? He’s still going through that same shit, like he still locked up, ’cause he can’t move when he wanna move. Like, they were fucked up though man, they did him like that. They ain’t supposed to do them like that. You know what I’m saying? – I don’t like the system, I don’t like them. Ace ain’t did nothing wrong. They just wanna fuck with Ace, that’s all. Trying to make him spend his time in jail, but he ain’t did nothing wrong. – I think what happened to
Ace is incredibly unfortunate. It took really going
to the executive level, the state attorney’s office, for them, who really actually had
his back at that point, to show what the
sheriff’s office was doing was just flat-out wrong. – Keep in mind, I ain’t go to no funeral. I ain’t go to no viewing. I couldn’t see them boys, I still ain’t been to them
boys grave site to this day. They won’t let me go. They won’t let me go. Let me text my P.O. The system don’t wanna see
a nigga do good, no way. So if I slip up one time, they gonna lock me away for a long time. This is my last time. I went through seven P.O.s
in the last three months. Four months. I gotta be having change
locations like I’m the president. ♪ Can’t smoke no weed, so I
can’t smoke away my pain ♪ ♪ Can’t seem to vent ♪ ♪ Cause in the end they all gon change ♪ ♪ Never love again, can’t trust a soul ♪ ♪ They all want fame ♪ ♪ I’m on probation, one mistake ♪ ♪ I’m locked up in them chains ♪ ♪ Can’t smoke no weed, so I
can’t smoke away my pain ♪ ♪ Can’t seem to vent ♪ ♪ Cause in the end they all gon change ♪ ♪ Never love again, can’t trust a soul ♪ ♪ They all want fame ♪ ♪ I’m on probation, one mistake ♪ ♪ I’m locked ♪ – Hey, take that exit. Take that exit right here. – I got it. – Oh all right. – These boys on me right here? Right here, this my blood brother, Quan. These two right here? These the only two that’ve
been here since day one. Not my blood brother, my brother been here regardless. But these two, 23 and 4? They been here since I was way young. Like, Kolby been here since third grade. 23, he was in elementary school. That was my little nigga for real. And he been here since day one, like I could be up, or I could be down, and he gon be there, like, he gon forever be with me. I got a couple more homeboys. Like Ksoo and all them boys. But, that’s it. ♪ I lost three brothers ♪ ♪ How the hell I’m a tell they mamas ♪ ♪ I tend to fault myself sometimes ♪ ♪ Like how the fuck I
get caught slipping ♪ ♪ And why I wasn’t on my pivot ♪ ♪ Like damn I’m the
reason why they missing ♪ ♪ Looking around and
there’s blood everywhere ♪ ♪ There’s tears falling but
there’s blood every tear ♪ ♪ Looking around and
there’s blood everywhere ♪ ♪ It’s tears falling but
there’s blood every tear ♪ ♪ How can I heal all this pain
when I’m constantly hurt ♪ ♪ That’s why I hope for the best, ♪ ♪ But I prepare for the worst. ♪ ♪ Feel like my whole life a cell ♪ ♪ I tend to go through the most ♪ ♪ I’ve been trapped up in
the dark and I don’t know ♪ ♪ Where to go ♪ – What you know about pain, all this pain. – I love y’all boys. – If you see this video, I’m already in jail. I gotta say this though, I appreciate all y’all. Honestly, I love all y’all. Ya spit something, who rap in here? You know how to rap? You rap too? Spit something, let me hear something. (talking) ♪ I came from the slum, ♪ ♪ Yeah that shit raised me ♪ ♪ I’m a slum baby ♪ ♪ Could have been in a field ♪ ♪ Throwing TDs like I’m Tom Brady ♪ ♪ They forever hate, my love fading ♪ ♪ Get with the winning team ♪ ♪ I could make you a star, baby ♪ ♪ Remember way back, they talk pity ♪ ♪ Now I’m spreading wings ♪ ♪ Rest in peace to my fallen soldiers ♪ ♪ I know they look over me ♪ ♪ It’s the life that I live ♪ ♪ And where I’m from
that’s I play for keeps ♪ ♪ From here on out I’m a grind harder ♪ ♪ Can’t no self defeat ♪ ♪ Everyday I be at it, ♪ ♪ I don’t slack it’s
too much to be missing ♪ ♪ Got up off my ass, no I can’t sleep ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I got dreams and wishes ♪ ♪ Came up from the
gutter, stay in motion ♪ ♪ Got people that need me ♪ ♪ It’s either go big or go home ♪ ♪ So I’m slowly proceeding ♪ (clapping) – I started rapping when
I was younger, though. That “Go to War,” my first
video I ever shot, though. – That “Go to War?” (crowd talking) – Yeah that’s that “Go to War.” ♪ Don’t wanna go to war with me ♪ – Yeah that’s some gangsta shit. Now listen. I was already taking it serious. Like when I do something, I’m gonna give it my all. Feel what I’m saying? People hear me, they get my message. Like I always wanted somebody to hear me. Now I’ve got millions of
people who are listening. Y’all boys stay up man. Y’all boys keep your head up. Keep going brother, keep sliding. – Thanks for coming man. – Bet that up bro. I don’t remember my shit, ah! (hip hop music) Hey the let me free too, they let me free I’m not on papers, they tripping! – Yo Ace, come on bro, let’s go. – They tripping! ♪ Dum dum dum dum, dum dum , man down ♪ ♪ Dum dum dum dum dum dum, man down ♪ ♪ Dum dum dum dum dum dum, man down ♪ ♪ Dum dum dum dum dum dum, man down ♪ ♪ Dum dum dum dum dum dum, man down ♪ – [Producer] It’s almost funny to me like, you got mad that Ace shot that “Go to War” video in your crib. – They waited until I left and did that. – We cleared out the whole room. We put everything in the living room. She tripped, she came out like “What the fuck y’all doing?” Camera man in there, all type of shit. We done broke the thing in the backyard. She was mad as fuck about that. We was thugging though. I mean you gotta take a lot
of trials and tribulations to get where you wanna go. – I remember the “Go to War” video. That was the first time I ever saw Ace, and it was him and Yungeen Gang. It was a bunch of them in the video. And just as soon as he popped out, you know what I’m saying? If you go look at that video, as soon as he popped out, as soon as he came on with the hook and his just verse it was just, all right, that’s a superstar right there. – To me I would say Ace is the biggest that came out of Jacksonville. I feel like the only person Jacksonville that he can get millions
of views back to back. Like back to back, you feel me. Everything he rap about, we go through every day. Like he say, “We live for the day, we might die tomorrow.” – With the music, take a song like “Pain.” That’s timeless, because
that don’t go away. That’s not about the jewels, that’s not about the money. He’s talking about the pain that he feels, he’s talking about survivors remorse. These are things that if
you come from the hood, it’s like a dog whistle, it’s a universe thing that it hits you in the heart. The flash is just for the Instagram likes, and that’s cool for now, but you know when you go to bed at night, you gotta take the chain off. You gotta take the Rolex off. And what you’re left with
when you’re lying in bed is kinda just your
thoughts and your emotions, and your feelings, and he gets to the heart of the matter. I’m Rob Markman, I’m an artist, journalist at Genius. Just a lover of hip hop. The thing that really stands out when you listen to the music, is that you hear the pain, the urgency, in his music. Like, he’s really a
product of his environment. So I think it’s the
combination of his actual innate music ability, and then the stories that the way he’s able to get
to the heart of the matter. It’s like soul food,
it sticks to your ribs. Fans, they gon’ relate to pain more, because it really happened, you know what I’m saying? You know, I got shot eight times for real. Like, I cry every day, I cry every night before I go to sleep, you know what I’m saying? So like I probably throw my songs on just for me to cope, like that’s how I cope through things. – Like sometimes, he’ll be in a room, he just wanna be in a
room by himself sometimes, I think he be in there crying now. Because he be thinking about, you know, Quan Quan, 23 and 4, he’ll be thinking about them. – My momma lost the same
amount of people that I lost. My momma lost her brother,
I lost my brother. She lost her closest brother, I lost my closest brother. She lost her best friend, I lost my best friend. She lost her dad. It’s gonna get better now because like, now I can really go take my momma out. I ain’t on no ankle monitor, I ain’t on probation. – I think Ace has been through a lot, a lot of pain, that some artists or people
in life may experience, but forget the rap and
forget the superstar. You know, when you’ve been
through so much in your life, it’s gotta come out in some
sort of therapy, you know, and I actually sometimes
talk to him and I tell him “Bro, you should go talk to somebody.” But he says that the music is his therapy. – All right, I ain’t gon’ lie. Jonny used to be on my
trail about that tape. But I never really, like, I was working on it, but I wasn’t giving it my all. Then when he started
giving me more about it, I knew he was like, oh yeah, you gotta finish this. You know what I’m saying? And I’m like, I’m trying to
get all this shit together, and I’m trying to make sure, this is my first mix tape. I ain’t gon’ lie, I was kinda like shaky, ’cause I ain’t know if
everybody was going, oh, it’s a mixtape. All the songs on one thing. You know what I’m saying? Is everybody gon listen to it. – You’re in good hands with me, bud. – Nah. – Once we get on the highway, I’ll open this shit up, we’ll push this motherfucker. Look, that shit says it can go 260. He’s a superstar, just him,
his persona, his presence, you know what I’m saying? And then also the music
is really, really good. – He’s a talented artist. Like you hear the music, it’s like yo, this guy knows music, he knows how to make music. I think he’d be successful no matter what he was rapping about, no matter
what he was singing about. Like he could sing the phone book, and it’d probably sound good. And there is something compelling about Yungeen telling his story in real time, knowing what he’s going through, and then when you hear
that reference on a song, knowing exactly what that reference is, like you’re not guessing,
like, he’s giving it to you out there, straight up. I feel like him performing at Rolling Loud and seeing that footage is a win, because that’s such a big stage, you know what I’m saying? I feel like, because I’m a
fan, his wins are my wins. – In five years… I’mm be top of the charts. Like I’ma be that way before then, I ain’t even gon’ say that. Five years, I ain’t gon’ sit
here and lie to you, shit. I don’t know I might not make it to see five years. – Hey that nigga is sorry
as fuck in basketball. Hey look. Fuck a nigga tho, we
finna hit that tour life. – Hey look on the tour come pull up. – We finna turn up, hey. Hey we got too much sauce
for a nigga, you heard? We finna go hit, we finna go hit Johnny, this shit dance like Michael. – Like who? – Like Michael, hee hee. – That bih hee hee on a nigga. – You know that real rockstar shit. Where the ball at? – I ain’t play basketball in a minute. – [Ace] The way I talk
to my fans is natural. That’s just me, like that’s me, like shit. I ain’t gotta put on no stunt. I look for a beat depending
on how I’m feeling. Like I go off how I feel. I been waiting on this shit my whole life. Real shit lasts forever, we can go 10 years from now and still listen to that “Pain.” You can go 10 years from now and still listen to “Fuck That.” It’s still gonna be here, like, they gon’ forever listen
to it, like, shit. Ain’t got no choice. – I always feel like it’s my fault. I tend to fault myself, 23 and 4 like, how could I go tell 23 momma that? After all the shit they’ve been through. How could I could tell they momma that? Like how can I tell his
momma and his grandma, and his sister and his big brother. How can I go tell them all that? And 4? How I’ma tell his momma. He got a son, how I’m a tell his son that? His baby momma, how I’m
a tell all them that? How I’ma go home and tell my brothers that they brother dead? And how I’ma go tell
my nephew and my nieces that they uncle’s dead? My little brother Quan Quan, this who keep the family like, laughing, ’cause that’s all he do, you know what I’m saying? He’s just funny naturally, he always been like that since he was younger. Like telling somebody momma
that they son is dead. (singing) Like how could I even
tell they momma that. But I can’t tell you why
’cause I don’t know why. (cheering) – The whole crowd like Murdah Never tell them your next move. Never tell your left hand
what’s in your right hand. So I ain’t gon’ sit and tell you that. You gotta watch that bitch. I’ma take the step though, you feel me? I’m always three steps ahead. So I ain’t gon sit here
and tell you my next move, but just know my next
move gon be my best move. (hip hop music) – You ready for Yungeen Ace? ♪ Murder, murder, murder, murder ♪ ♪ A lot been weighing down on me ♪ ♪ Murder, murder, murder, murder ♪

100 thoughts on “Yungeen Ace – “Through the Pain” (Documentary)”

  1. He’s so musically talented…I remember hearing pain for the first time from my 9 year old nephew…Ace, I pray nothing but God’s best and Peace for you young man! Continue elevating!!!!!💯

  2. North Florida is producing the most talent in Florida right now. Yungeen Ace, lil Duval, Yk Osiris, Boonk Gang, Tokyo Jetz, Kamillion.

  3. police fucked up to the point that they ain’t even let this man seek medical help before arresting him, this is because he is A BLACK MALE!! im scared for my little brother to go play basketball in the streets because of stupid shit like this 🤧🤕

  4. This entire situation was some bullshit. Cut dat man hair.. left him in a cell with bullets lodged in his body… where is the humanity ? Never allowing him to go to funerals ? Smh… 🙏

  5. as a white dude i can say with certainty no way police gonna take my ass out of the hospital with bullets lodged in me. i dont go around screaming racism on every damn thing like is popular nowadays but they did homey dirty.

  6. I can only imagine the pain he is going through losing two best friends and brother plus to get shot eight times and arrested still have bullets inside of not able to go to the funeral the justice system is stupid as fuck

  7. “Live for today might die tomorrow” I felt that

    WHY KEEP ME ALIVE AND LET ME WATCH MY BROTHERS DIE!?!💔

    And it’s crazy how he ain’t even get to go to his brother funeral and they took him to jail with bullets still in him that’s fucked up ong

    I fw with ace cause no matter what he kept going and he ain’t give up he ain’t let nothing stop him that takes dedication 🤟🏽💚

  8. He a strong man , he been through so much and still remain strong . He has had plenty reasons to give up but he keep it pushing ! Love your family and friends everyday !

  9. this goes to show how fucked up the system is… you lose so much in one night and america still doesn't mind taking a little more from you.

  10. To all the lil niggas watching this . This ain’t gotta be ya life .. it’s all about ya choices . We all came from the mud , from the struggle .. you ain’t gotta choose death .. be different . Make something of yaself …. choose life 💪🏾

  11. I love you and your music , but that “I might not make it to see 5 years” mindset has to go , you really pushed through so much already .. you been thuggin it out , don’t let none of it take control, sometimes you just have to cut all ties with something that continues to try and hold you back or bring you down , I’m not from Florida but New Orleans (the jungle jungle) , left and was making money but I just was missing home to much so I moved back but like you said everything happens for a reason my move back home showed me so much just in the year of being back home , sometimes you just have to learn to part ways … everyday I wake not sure what’s gone happen cause life not promised in the jungle

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