Quite a few Chicago artists have voiced their concern when it comes to Spike Lee's "Chi-Raq." Chance The Rapper, Lil Durk, Lil Bibby and more were among the Chi-town natives who were upset upon seeing the trailer for "Chi-Raq," with Chance's qualms earning a response from the director.
However, obviously some Chicagoans are on board, as both R. Kelly and Tink have come together for "Put the Guns Down," off the movie's original soundtrack. The song, surprisingly, has more of a house/dance vibe. Are you feeling it?
The movie's soundtrack is available for purchase via the iTunes button below.
Kids is dying in front of their house
They giving up life, ain't no hope for them making it out
They 15 buying a two
Just to feel more safe when they gotta make it home from school
Cause you know how the innocent die
Our sons need love every week, it's a funeral line