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Equality, not revenge. “I CAN’T BREATHE: FTP Today & Forever” Mixtape

The I CAN’T BREATHE: FTP Today & Forever Mixtape is 24 Hip Hop anthems taking aim at Police Brutality. If you aren’t with us, you’re against us – but we want equality, not revenge. I want any white person reading this to ask yourself honestly: if my ancestors were raped, beaten, unjustly imprisoned, and denied human rights for over 400 years…would I want equality, or revenge? Your fathers and mothers have been clinging to a racist system because of their answer that question. What’s your answer? What will you stand up for?

I CAN’T BREATHE: FTP Today & Forever MIX TAPE Track Listing
1.PIG FEET – Terrace Martin feat. Denzel Curry, Daylyt, Kamasi Washington, & G Perico
2.YG – FTP
3.NAS – Cops Shot The Kid
4.Tee Grizzley – Mr. Officer (feat. Queen Naija & Members of the Detroit Youth Choir
5.Jim Jones – The People
6.Meek Mill – Otherside of America
7.T.I. – We Will Not
8.Joey Bada$$ – Land of the Free
9.J. Cole – Be Free
10.Conway the Machine-Front Lines
11.Game – Don’t Shoot ft. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz
12.Skrillex – You See It George Floyd Tribute #BlackLivesMatter
13.Trey Songz – 2020 Riots How Many Times
14.D Smoke & SiR – Let Go
15.Eric Bellinger – ENOUGH
16.Lauryn Hill – Black Rage
17.Rapsody – Power (Feat. Kendrick Lamar & Lance SkIIIWalker)
18.T.I. – Black Man ft. Quavo, Meek Mill, RaRa
19.Vince Staples – Hands Up (Hell Can Wait)
20.Cops With Guns Are The Worst!!! (1)
21.TOBi – 24 (Toronto Remix) (Audio) ft. Haviah Mighty, Shad, Jazz Cartier, Ejji Smith
22.Buddy ft. A$AP Ferg – Black
23.Dave – Black (Live at The BRITs 2020)

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