Game Leads A Charge Against Police Brutality With More Than 10 All-Star Guests (Audio)

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Enough is enough.

Game is among the Hip-Hop stars reacting to the murder of Michael Brown. The multi-platinum Compton, California rapper amassed a group of his contemporaries to speak out against police murdering civilians of color. Called “Don’t Shoot,” the point and the pain is clear from the onset.

In the tradition of 2000’s Hip-Hop For Respect EP, the artists (including Puff Daddy, Rick Ross, Fabolous, Swizz Beatz, 2 Chainz, Curren$y, Yo Gotti, DJ Khaled, Wale, Problem, King Pharoah, and TGT) use the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City to call to action police to stop the racism, the rage, and most importantly—the murder.

There are some potent lines and viewpoints in here from these artists, as fathers, as Black men, and as human beings affected by unwarranted murder.

Game-father

Does this transcend your expectations from any/all of these artists?

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