Joey Bada$$ & Maverick Sabre Make A Soulful Counter To Police Profiling (Video)

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After Joey Bada$$ & Maverick Sabre’s B4.Da.$$ collaboration, single “On & On” received a video inspired partly by police brutality, the pair extend the conversation. “We Don’t Wanna Be” shows footage of protesting, and police confronting citizens. Sabre and Badman also appear, in the United Kingdom, showing that the plight of profiling, institutional racism, and the dire need for change is (clearly) not exclusive to American shores.

Is the chemistry between these two artists something special that needs further built upon?

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