listen to gucci mane and pusha t reflect on a divided america
BJ The Chicago Kid rounds out the trio of artists remixing Common's political anthem 'BLACK AMERICA AGAIN.'
Earlier this month, Common shared his eleventh studio album, Black America Again. Today, he's given us a new version of the title track with fresh verses from Gucci Mane, Pusha T, and BJ The Chicago Kid. The trio — from Atlanta, New York, and Chicago respectively — share their thoughts on the precarious state of America today, following one of history's most disappointing elections.
In a note on Instagram, Common thanked the artists for "lending their talents and perspectives to #blackamericaagain." In the song, Gucci raps "It's so hard to be a black man in a white man's country." Pusha responds "All these years later, we still the target/Look at Ferguson, Brooklyn, and Charlotte/Sellin' CDs, reachin' for wallets/Trayvon'd be in his last year of college." Press play to hear trio sound off on America, today.