Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks claimed to be ‘best underground artist’ in Milwaukee rap scene

Brooks is accused of plowing into Waukesha’s Christmas parade Sunday evening, killing at least six people and injuring dozens. He faces life in prison if convicted and had been let out on bail earlier this month despite a long, violent past that included multiple felony convictions for violence, drugs and statutory rape.

His music is as belligerent as his past.

Screengrab from Brooks' "HALF A TIKKET" music video.

Screengrab from Brooks’ “HALF A TIKKET” music video. (YouTube)

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“This that f— Donald Trump Flow and whoever hate it,” he raps in one song, titled, “X.” 

Many of his tracks focus on violence and selling drugs.

“I was sworn in this s— look at my peacoat,” begins the song “Westside Jumpshot” on his SoundCloud account. “Drugs, guns, murder that’s all we know.”

The street behind Darrell Brooks' Milwaukee home, where he filmed part of a music video that also featured the red SUV believed to have been used to mow down parade participants in Waukesha Sunday.

The street behind Darrell Brooks’ Milwaukee home, where he filmed part of a music video that also featured the red SUV believed to have been used to mow down parade participants in Waukesha Sunday. (Stephanie Pagones/Fox News Digital)

On another track, he declares, “They gon’ need a cleaner for the s— we did, all my killers can see where them bodies hid.”

He also delves into racial grievances, like disparities in poverty and the prison population.

Screengrab from Brooks' "HALF A TIKKET" music video.

Screengrab from Brooks’ “HALF A TIKKET” music video.

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