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South African rapper Nasty C on june 5th released a new song featuring american rapper T.I called “They Don’t.”
Alongside the announcemnet, the rapper made it known to the public that all Proceeds from the single go will go to the “Until Freedom and Solidarity Fund”.
#TheyDont ft. T.I is now available on all streaming platforms
ALL PROCEEDS FROM SONG WILL BE DONATED to the UNTIL FREEDOM AND SOLIDARITY FUND https://t.co/s717ByyYGn
— ZULU MAN WITH SOME POWER (@Nasty_CSA) June 5, 2020
On the track, the rappers address racism and injustice, with T.I. referencing the death of George Floyd: “How you supposed to serve and protect/With your knee on my neck?” Listen to “They Don’t” below.
Last week, T.I. addressed protestors at a press conference called by the Atlanta mayor. He and Nasty C join artists including Meek Mill, Tee Grizzley, YG, Terrace Martin, NNAMDÏ, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, and Teejayx6, who, since the killing of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police, have released tribute and protest songs of their own.
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