In the past 24 hours, at least two Black men have been killed by police officers in America. Alton Sterling was killed in Baton Rouge, La. and of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minn. These shootings, both videotaped, are part of a continuing pattern of police brutality in America's Black community. While some rappers have voiced their shock and disgust for these killings on social media, Oakland legend Mista F.A.B. decided to channel his reactionary emotions into a song today (July 7). Laying it all out on wax, F.A.B. recaps the two murders of both Alton Sterling and Philando Castile briefly and then . The track is named "6 Shots" because Sterling was shot six times in the chest by the police officer while on the ground.

"Woke up this morning and on TV saw a man murdered/Selling CD's in front the store to get his fam further/Six shots to the chest in front of everybody/Dead on arrival, last breathe seen it out his body/His kids mama made a speech, that shit made me weak/He son broke down cryin' live on TV/Later on that day seen a man get shot on a traffic stop/White America, when will this madness stop?/Same situation, black victim, white cop/Same scenario, six months later case dropped/I think it's all apart a plan to start a civil war/Then implement Marshall Law, they knocking down our door," raps F.A.B. in the first verse.

"As civilians, we need to teach our ourselves our rights and how to react in escalating situations with the police," F.A.B. said in a press release in conjunction with the new track. "We’ve got to stand in solidarity with each other by participating in community work, philanthropy, and we’ve gotta get on the front lines. We can’t jump into a healing process right away because to ask 'How can we heal?' is to be forgiving. Although we have fought for the dignities and rights through the Civil Rights Movement, how much farther have we come since we’ve been dragged to this country?”

Listen to F.A.B.'s "6 Shots" above.

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