Mistah F.A.B. Spreads #BlackLivesMatter Message In His "6 Shots" Video
Mistah F.A.B. vents his frustrations with police brutality and racism.
Mistah F.A.B. is just as tired of the madness going on in this country as we are. Oakland's resident rapper and philanthropist took his feelings about #BlackLivesMatter and the recent outbreak of police brutality to the wax in his latest record "6 Shots." In the song produced by The Mekanix, F.A.B. reflects on the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, Sandra Bland, and others who losttheir lives at the hands of police officers around the country.
In the official video, we find F.A.B. at the bottom of the steps outside the Alameda County Court House as he raps over powerful images from numerous unlawful deaths of African Americans, the grand scale protests that spawn afterwards, and videos of activists speaking out against institutional racism like Jesse Williams did at the 2016 BET Awards. The song comes nearly one month after the release of his latest LP Son of a Pimp 2, which you can cop here.
See what Mistah F.A.B has to say about #BlackLivesMatter and more in "6 Shots" below.