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Jasiri X
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Freeing minds one rhyme at a time
Freeing minds one rhyme at a time

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Unarmed people of color are being killed wholesale by police officers across the country. Their deaths are being ruled as homicides, yet no one is being held accountable. It is my hope that this song will serve as a reminder of how severely broken the justice system is and that we need to take action now to make sure all people are treated equally and given justice.

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On November 6, 2014 Beats Rhymes & Relief filmed "Just Us" the first release from our Million Bars program during the 41st Anniversary of the Universal Zulu Nation and the 40th for Hip Hop. Check it out!

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I'm in a video with the legendary Chuck D yall! Please check out and share "Spread the Words"

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Check out our 1st #1Hood video Young, Gifted, and Black 

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Please join us this Friday for a powerful discussion tittled, From Pittsburgh to Ferguson: Hip-Hop and the Criminalization of Black Youth
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This is the final video off my album "Ascension". Thankfully it's for one of my favorite songs "Pump it Up". Let me know what yall think and if your feel it, please share it.

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Pittsburgh, join us tonight as we talk race, religion, & Hip-Hop with Brother Ali, and hear one of my favorite new artists Blak Rapp Madusa
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In solidarity with my people on strike today for a living wage #fightfor15 #fastfoodstrike #wecomingweready

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I am Michael Brown resurrected to strike you down

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I never really wanted the role of Hip-Hop artist that speaks when something tragic happens in our community, but I guess it is what it is. I got so many calls, tweets, and texts from folks asking me to say something so here it is. It’s raw and angry because that’s how I feel about more Black death unjustly at the hands of the police. For Michael Brown, Eric Garner, John Crawford, and Ezell Ford, I hope your lives are not in vain, and God brings your families peace. For my community, this won’t stop until we stop it, and the first step is unity. I called this song 212 degrees because that’s the boiling point. The lid is about to blow off this whole masquerade.
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