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T.I. Gets Featured on Nasty C’s Inspiring Song “They Don’t”


Nasty C and T.I. address pressing social issues with their new collaborative effort “They Don’t.”

The song starts with an emotive verse by Nasty C where he draws parallels between the unfortunate events happening in South Africa and social injustice currently going on in North America.

T.I. speaks out against police brutality and the recent death of George Floyd with his verse. He also makes mention of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African American who was lynched in Mississippi in 1955, after being accused of offending a white woman in her family’s grocery store. He raps, “How you supposed to serve and protect with your knee on my neck?“.

Nasty announced that all the proceeds from the song will be donated to the Until Freedom and Solidarity Fund.

Stream “They Don’t” ft T.I below:




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