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Fix Up, Look Sharp » Dizzee Rascal
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The Revolution Will Not be Televised, Gil Scott Heron
"Blue Suede" by Vince Staples
clipping. released a Ferguson-inspired song entitled “Knees on the Ground”
This band has a way of taking the listener on a visual journey rather than just an audio one, making the impact of their message even more powerful. They hit nearly all senses.
I’m this band’s new ride or die.
clipping.’s statement about the song below
“Knees On The Ground” is a paradigmatic white-cop-kills-an-unarmed-black-kid-and-gets-away-with-it tale — a story that happens all the fucking time in the US. What we have learned — from our first hand experience in Oakland in 2009, and from the media coverage of Ferguson in 2014 — is that the second part of this story involves a police response better suited to a war zone than to an American city. Cops think they’re playing Call Of Duty when they’re supposed to be part of a community. If Ferguson were in Iraq, Obama would have sent in an airstrike already.
This is the least obtuse Diggs’s lyrics will ever get. We’re embarrassed by the timeliness of this track. We do not intend to capitalize on what is, undoubtedly, a terrible tragedy. But journalists make think-pieces and we make songs. Writers write what they know, and this is what we know right fucking now.