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#BlackLivesMatter Mix Tape


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Over the last five months as the United States has exploded in protest after the police killings of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and many other unarmed African American men. Hip Hop artists who have been directly involved in the movement as well as some Hip Hop legends and superstars have come out with a steady stream of movement music. For the full Mix tape you can see the original article here: https://medium.com/ummah-wide/blacklivesmatter-protest-music-a792ff13347a


  • Be Free by J.Cole
  • CPR (feat. JaPoet, David Luke & Merna) by Ali Shaheed
  • "Run" (w/ The Reminders) by Rebel Diaz x The Reminders
  • Where Are We? by Yasiin Bey
  • "Black Heros" Alia Sharrief ft. Aminah Bell by Alia Sharrief
  • De La Soul feat. Chuck D "The People" by wearedelasoul
  • Jericho (feat. Immortal Technique & Hezekiah) by Hasan Salaam
  • Mandela (Listen To What The Drums Say) [prod Agent of Change] by Jasiri X
  • War Cry (Produced By DJ Smitty) Jay Nixon Diss Record by Tef Poe
  • Pocket Full of Slaveowners (feat. Brother Ali & Boots Riley) by Muja Messiah
  • Which Side Are You On? Remix (feat. dead prez, Rakaa Iriscience) by REBELDIAZ
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1 comment on #BlackLivesMatter Mix Tape


tstp
Hello, I wanted to suggest a song for your playlist, by Alt-Americana artist, Zak Smith.
Zak released “Have You Looked Outside”, in response to the endless cycle of human and civil rights injustices happening in this country at the moment. You can view the music video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbHUQ2WBXb8 and I will send you the mp3 if you decided to use.

Zak was heavily involved in the Occupy Wall Street movement and urges us (Americans) to resist apathy and fight for the kind of change that improves human lives. Using this video as a vehicle, Zak seeks to put an end to corporate greed and corruption, racism, discrimination based on sexual orientation, bigotry that jeopardizes immigration reform, police brutality, etc.

Additionally, you can check out Zak’s op-ed on the subject on Huffington Post Politics at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/zak-smith/what-not-to-be-apathetic-_b_7181830.html

Let me know if you are interested in playing the song.

 
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