Some of hip-hop’s biggest A-listers have teamed up for one of the genre’s most powerful collaborations, “Don’t Shoot” an outcry about the controversial police killing of Ferguson teen Michael Brown.
Spearheaded by the Game, the song features 10 additional rappers — Diddy, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, Swizz Beatz, Curren$y, 2 Chainz, Wale, DJ Khaled, Problem, and Fabolous. R&B singers King Pharaoh, Tyrese, Ginuwine, and Tank (the latter comprising the group TGT) also take part in the all-star statement song.
“Don’t Shoot’s” sentiment is similar to two legendary, all-star, anti-violence hip-hop records, the East Coast’s “Self Destruction” in 1989 and the West Coast’s “We’re All in the Same Gang” in 1990.
Hours after announcing his new album Shady XV, Eminem has unleashed his new single “Guts Over Fear” featuring Sia. Slim Shady reflects on the highs and lows of his career on the empowering anthem about acceptance.
“So this is for every kid whose all they ever did was dreamt that one day just getting accepted / I represent him and her and anyone similar / You are the reason that I made this song,” he raps.
The song can also be heard in the trailer for The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington. Eminem’s ninth album Shady XV arrives November 28.
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New Music from Chris Brown saying it is over with a Certain “X”! Hmm.. you never know. Rihanna or Karrueche?
Please stay out of trouble, Chris.
“An old sketch of Black Rage, done in my living room. Strange, the course of things. Peace for MO,” said Ms. Hill.
Brand new music from Lauryn Hill. What do you think about this track? Comments?
We all have had a bad experience with our cable services but this has to be in the top 5…hahaha What would you have done if you were on the receiving end of this call?