Nasty C and T.I have released their much anticipated song titled “They Don’t”. The thought-provoking single addresses the current state in the United States where back people are continuously killed allegedly by police officers.
After months of keeping fans waiting in anticipation for the release, it finally happened and it could not have happened at a much better time where there is unrest in many countries in the world over systematic racism.
The global icons speak about the ordeal of a black man in this world and how justice is served after rioting and protesting. They speak about injustice, making their voices heard for the cause. In addition to that, Nasty C posted on his social media a snippet of the song and said that all proceeds will be donated to the ‘Until Freedom And Solidarity Fund.’
Nasty reckons that the song will help the world heal.
ALL PROCEEDS FROM SONG WILL BE DONATED to the UNTIL FREEDOM AND SOLIDARITY FUND pic.twitter.com/dsdnWH6ZRU
— ZULU MAN WITH SOME POWER (@Nasty_CSA) June 5, 2020
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