The protests aren't just happening in America. They've erupted across the globe with places in Asia, Australia and Europe taking their own stance against systemic oppression against Black lives. Canada has also joined in the protests with places across the country holding their own demonstrations against the injustices in America as well as in their own country as well.
Toronto's Roney returned with a brand new single today in wake of the protests, aptly titled, "BLM." With passion in his voice, Roney tackles police brutality and White privilege, addressing the racism in Canada as well as Trump's response to the protests.
He shared a visual along with the single that includes footage of the protests and police brutality while he raps in front of a collage of images of police brutality victims.
They tell him freeze, then he stop
What? He freeze to death?
Plant ki's in your spot just to make arrests
They puttin' knees to necks
While you scream for breath
It's not a test, don't get a vest
They don't shoot for chest