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Video Of The Day: 2020 Riots: How Many Times

Only after the first week of protests in the US that were sparked by the murder of George Floyd, Trey Songz released a song about the matter. In it he wonders how much more suffering his brothers and sisters must face before real change happens.

As the struggle only continues for black people in the US Trey has now released the video for the song which can be viewed below.

“Tell me how can you be quiet?
You know the language of the unheard, is a riot
All we ever see from you is violence (true)
You know you ain’t no better if you silent
You talking ’bout the city on fire (oh, oh)
Where your rage when my people die?
We ain’t slaves, let my people fly (oh, yeah)
Now it’s time, watch my people rise”

From 2020 Riots: How Many Times by Trey Songz

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Public Enemy Recruits Nas, Rapsody, Black Thought And More For A Rendition Of ‘Fight The Power’

The opening acapella performance on the new rendition of Fight The Power is an original piece created by 12 year old Keedron Bryant. Young Bryant wrote the song I Just Wanna Live in the wake of the murder of George Floyd and it quickly gained serious traction (former president Obama, among others, shared the video clip).

Then the legendary beat drops and Chuck D storms onto the screen with his megaphone, followed by younger rappers that all stand on a common stage built and shaped by Public Enemy.

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