A lot of musicians, artists, and activists are stepping up to speak out against what happened to Trayvon Martin. What makes this track special is that it's actually taking action. Sneakas and Bishop Lamont are using their art not only to raise awareness, but to raise money for a good cause. (And you've gotta love the way flip that George Zimmerman sample.)
For every download of this song from Complex, Serchlite MultiMedia is going to donate 5 cents per download* to the Trayvon Martin fund being set up in Sanford, Florida by his parents.
*Donation will be capped at $10,000 for the first 200,000 downloads. Matching contributions can be made by contacting info@Serchlite.com