Premiere: Listen to Well$' "Youth In Revolt Pt. 2" f/ King Mez

North Carolina natives tackle social issues on new single.

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Eight months after Well$ released "Youth In Revolt," here's the premiere for that track's sequel with support from fellow North Carolina native King Mez, who also produced the song alongside Sipho The Gift. The beat's soulful vocal sample gives the track its punch. "Somebody tell my mama this my execution/Nail a n*gga to a cross this my execution," Well$ vigorously raps, also tackling issues of unequal education and racial injustice.  

Opening and ending with excerpts from the late Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1964 Nobel Peace Price acceptance speech, this song aims to go deeper than music. Check out "Youth In Revolt Pt. 2" below and listen to Well$'s last project, MTSYD: The Revenge of the African Booty Scratcher, here

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