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Independent New York rapper Mysonne is embracing his (growing) voice as a representative of the Hip Hop community’s fight against social injustice.

The Bronx-born artist has released “T.H.U.G.S.”, a new track expressing his frustrations at how wider society views young Black men across the nation.


Rocking a “Police Murder People” statement t-shirt, Mysonne juxtaposes his angst (“Pastors pray for us / Caskets wait for us / Our elders failed us /Now they got hate for us”) with images of those who’ve tragically lost their lives to police brutality and powerful statistics detailing the extensive inequalities people of color in America suffer.

Watch his stirring “Justice Or Else” speech at last month’s 20th anniversary event for the Million Man March: