[New Music] Lil Baby Targets Racism In Powerful Track “The Bigger Picture”

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Last week, Lil Baby previewed a track on his Instagram, which appeared to address the Black Lives Matter movement following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. 

On Friday, the QC rapper dropped the full track appropriately titled “The Bigger Picture.” The 25-year-old lyricist pays tribute to all three lives lost while addressing police brutality and racism that has plagued the nation for far too long. He was even recently spotted joining protesters in Atlanta.

“I find it crazy the police will shoot you and know that you dead but still tell you to freeze,” Baby raps. “Fu**ed up I seen what I seen / I guess that mean hold him down if he say he can’t breathe / It’s too many mothers that grieving / They killing us for no reason / Been going on for too long to get even.”

Baby also announced that proceeds from the song will go to three different organizations that promote social justice and has joined forces with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on a justice reform project.

That is how you use your voice to empower your people. You can stream the powerful cut below.

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