Ma$e Tackles Mike Brown, Ferguson & President Obama In New Protest Anthem "Politically Incorrect"


With emotions still running high surrounding the recent slew of incidences involving excessive police force, after The Game dropped “Don’t Shoot” earlier this week, Harlem rapper Ma$e has joined in the conversation by dropping his own protest anthem titled “Politically Incorrect.”

Exploring George Zimmerman, Mike Brown and the recent wave of protests in Ferguson; this track highlights Mason Bethel in true preacher form with fiery lyrics including:

“I’m politically incorrect/ I never sell my own out for a check/ They say that I’m from Generation X/ ADD, ni**as don’t know what I’m gon’ do next” raps Ma$se before adding barbs aimed at President Obama in response to the manner in which he has handled the situation in Ferguson, “Last night I sent a letter to the White House/ It’s starting to feel I ain’t sending sh*t to the right house.”

Up next from the artist is a new project called Now We Even.


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