On the track, the three artists go straight at President Donald Trump.
Dreezy’s verse is particularly potent and topical:
“Can’t say we representing when half the office White Supremacist. This can’t be ‘Land of the free’ If kneeling might cost your position. I’m supposed to respect the system. They call our brothers ‘Sons of bitches.’ And when my Unc’ came home from prison for the same shit y’all tried to turn into a business.”
While on the hook, 6LACK flat out says “My life is hard enough, they not rewarding us, they disregarding us, and if I go to DC, I’m tryna spar with Trump.”
The track is powerful. Great to see artists speak for the times. Listen to it below.
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