Lord Eazy Honors Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown and Eric Garner In ‘Could’ve Been’ (Black Lives Matter)

The country is currently embroiled in a period of social upheaval that hasn’t been seen at this level of magnitude since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.

Lord Eazy addresses the myriad of issues afflicting the country in “Could’ve Been” (Black Lives Matter).

He hits fans with a thought-provoking record for people of all backgrounds to debate and discuss.

Lord Eazy tackles police brutality and racism in this single. Eazy honors the lives of Mike Brown and Eric Garner whose lives were cut short by police officers. He also makes mention of Trayvon Martin who was gunned down by a neighborhood watchman.

He raps, “I could’ve been Trayvon walking in a black hoodie/Even if they hands up, it’s man down in my city/To serve and protect?/No, all I see is damn lies/All it’s a cover-up for one man’s genocide.”

Eazy even tackles black on black crime in this record rebuking the tragic deaths of Chicago natives Hadiyah Pendleton and Antonio Brown.

One of the most profound statements Eazy made in this record was acknowledging urban community residents aren’t each other’s opps.

Listen to Lord Eazy’s “Could’ve Been” (Black Lives Matter) below.

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