Lil B Rallies Against Racism, Rape, And Censorship On “I Can’t Breathe”
Hear two new electric based freestyles from Lil B
A college couldn't be able to teach this, Lil B raps on just-released freestyle "I Can't Breathe." You gotta learn for yourself and be your own teacher. The seven-minute song elaborates on several topics touched on during his too-real-for-Facebook rant on race and American history. Adopting what's become a nationwide civil rights slogan in the wake of the NYPD's killing of Eric Garner, Lil B is the latest rapper to use his platform to vent his perspective. For more context on his commentary, read his recent lecture at MIT.