The bill is currently in the process of becoming a law.
These legendary artists' music and actions have inspired and fully aligned with the movement.
The bill would require prosecutors to provide "clear and convincing evidence" that a defendant's lyrics are an admission of an actual crime.
“It is your duty not to burn your own house down for anger with the enemy.”
”It’s a blessing to be a blessing to others.”
Run The Jewels drops "Yankee and the Brave," a gift El-P describes as "a little something for all of you to hold you down in strange times."
"We want to offer our deepest sympathies to the families whose lives have been forever changed as a result of the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton."
"If it's not duly acknowledged publicly... then you're going to see a galvanization of what the prejudices that we already see."
A colaition of rappers has reportedly banded together to file a brief that seeks to educate the Supreme Court on the history of hip-hop music and how to interpret…