Police brutality, specifically against minority groups in America, have gone on for far too long and we're witnessing a revolt. People are taking to the streets to fight against the injustices that have gone on for far too long. Technology has allowed people to actually capture the injustices on camera and document these recent protests, though even that hasn't helped bring justice to the many victims.
Dre of Cool & Dre fame is addressing everything that's going on in his latest single, "Captured On A iPhone" which he released along with a music video including footage from the protests.
"It’s wild, because I can remember growing up and in the beatings captured on tape, the people survived,” he said to HipHopDX. “Now, they’re just straight up killing you on tape. And it’s like, ‘Damn, things are supposed to get better.'"
Spin the block, light the precinct up
And hit a cop,
You crazy? You talkin' 'bout killin' cops
Fuck that, all I see is opps
Bumpin' Ice-T in the drop