Swizz Beatz & Scarface Pray For Afflicted Families Of Police Brutality On "Sad News"
Swizzy & 'Face come together to mourn and pray for all the victims.
With all the tragedy that has struck our nation this week, there's been a lot of "sad news" from the sudden deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile to the outrageous sniper attack on 10 police officers in Dallas, Texas.
Recently, hit maker Swizz Beatz and Houston legend Scarface came together to mourn and pray for all the families involved on a new collaboration. Swizz opens the somber song with the reality of the gun violence that has been plaguing families across the country for years.
Meanwhile, Scarface unleashes his frustrations about the unjust killings of black men by police as well as references to presidential candidate Donald Trump and the Ku Klux Klan. The powerful cover art for the song was created by artist Michael Vasquez.
Swizz Beats and Scarface join the army of artists, like Drake, Beyonce, Big K.R.I.T who have spoken out against the recent outbreak of gun violence involving police.
Stream "Sad News" below and look out for the producer's new album Choices & Changes coming soon.