Rapper Lil Baby Drops Music Video in Response to Police Brutality Protest
Lil Baby released a new single “A Bigger Picture” and a powerful music video in response to national protest over police brutality.
Lil Baby is the latest rapper to join the Black Lives Matter protest and demands change within our nation. The Atlanta native rapper shared to his Instagram a photo of himself on a bike while wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt at a recent protest he joined.
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The music video was released on June 12 and has over seven million views. Lil Baby shared that proceeds from “A Bigger Picture” will go towards three different organizations. The lyrics touch on events that have launched the Black Lives Matter Protest while expressing his frustration with systematic racism.
Numerous fans and supporters noticed the powerful lyrics while also gaining support from other rappers.
We ain’t takin’ no more, let us go from them chains God bless they souls, every one of them names.
Lil Baby going legend right in front of our eyes!
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) June 12, 2020
😳😱Lil Baby conscious vibes!??? He took off on “The Bigger Picture” 🚀🚀🚀 I wasn’t expecting bro to be speaking on Police Brutality, systematic racism and inequality. I’m here for it. Won’t say no names but now not the time to be dropping substanceless music. ✊🏾✊🏽✊🏽✊🏻✊🏿
— D.TALL (@DTALLMUSIC) June 12, 2020
It’s inspiring that artists are using their voices to express their emotions with the unfair treatment of Black Americans. We must come together and fight for change and equality for all.
Listen to “A Bigger Picture” out on all streaming platforms and watch the music video here.