Though the chaos in Ferguson, Missouri has died down, the emotions sparked by Michael Brown’s shooting continue to smolder among Americans of all colors. The latest of many rappers to offer their perspectives on the incident and its fallout, C. Rich lets the Darren Wilsons of the world know that there’s No Way he and his people will continue to tolerate brutality and repression at their hands. DC provides a pensive, bell-driven backdrop for the Chicago representative’s passionate bars, as well as the equally bracing guest contributions of DAVE and Sulaiman. This promo cut is just a loosie, but those feeling it can, of course, keep it locked for the latest from each of the artists involved.
Written by richard on 08/29/14
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