GMEBE is standing behind Minister Louis Farrakhan’s efforts unite the urban communities against police brutality.
This theme will be the focal point behind Farrakhan’s upcoming 20th Anniversary of The Million Man March set to take place on Oct. 10, 2015 in Washington, D.C.
Lil Chief Dinero, Allo, JP Armani and Antartik use their talents to speak on this pressing issue in their ‘Bad Blood (Justice Or Else Remix)’ Music Video. Yes, this record is a remix of Taylor Swift’s original record. Antartik handles the vocals on this record.
This record even features a fiery sermon from Farrakhan.
The crew takes their talents to the police station in their Seuss Leroy-directed music video. Watch above.
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Lil Chief Dinero, Allo, JP Armani and Antartik Speak On Police Brutality In ‘Bad Blood (Justice Or Else Remix)’ Music Video
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