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Lil B drops protest single “I Am George Floyd”

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Prolific Bay Area rapper Lil B has released a new song “I Am George Floyd” in honor of George Floyd and other recent victims of police violence.

The legendary internet rapper is known for his BASEDGOD freestyles about every aspect of life. This new song sees him calling out police brutality in America, identifying himself with the unarmed Black men and women killed by the police.

Always busy, Lil B has released three mixtapes in 2020: January’s 30 Wit a Hammer, February’s Trap Oz, and April’s Gutta Dealership. Listen to them all for free here.

Check out Nü Sound’s Guide to Protest Music for more music in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and read our guide to get involved.

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Andrew Checchia is a second-year student at UCLA. Currently an English major and a film minor, he is following a passion for writing and diverse forms of artistic expression. Born in Redlands, California, he moved to St. Louis, Missouri at a young age, where he lived for ten years. From there, he moved to Houston, Texas for middle school and high school.

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