Taken from Morello’s forthcoming solo album, the fierce Bassnectar-produced offering takes a hard look at police brutality.
Collection also boasts music from director Boots Riley’s own group The Coup.
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Plus, hear two new songs: “We Don’t Need You” and “Battle Sirens”.
“Today you’re eating treats/ Tomorrow worms are eating you.”
“Dedicated to anyone who lost their life too soon,” said El-P.
“So while I’m bummed at the way this unfolded, I will always fuck with him.”
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“I do support the march, and I support black people owning guns. It’s possible to do both,” the Run the Jewels rapper adds.
“In real life, the cops don’t come on time,” says the Run the Jewels rapper.
“i was told i can park anywhere now,” says El-P.
Also featuring Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner and Black Mirror actress Cristina Milioti.
El-P and Killer Mike deliver a 14-song set.
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