When I heard about the blast
And I knew the little girls
Who were killed in Alabama
It was Carole, Addie Mae
Cynthia & Denise
The Klan got away
In cahoots with the police
Knew that it was coming
When the Panthers started forming
So I booked the first flight to the states
In the morning
To show them my solidarity
Tightened up my afro
Books in my hand
Revolution in my heart
So I used my education
To combat the injustice
It was more
Than Malcolm X and Martin Luther
In the trenches
Sistah soldiers put ya rifles up
Angela Davis ride when the Klan try to light us up” - rapping in the perspective of Angela Davis and a dedication to the four little girls killed in a church bombing in Birmingham this day 51 years ago (1963) “Heart” off my debut LP
so honored to have my song “wake up” featured in this clip
road to hana ⚠️#hilife #maui #rockyrivera
noun \ˈpär-tē\ \ˈwər-kər\
a laborer who concentrates their scope of work toward the advancement of a societal class, an organization or a club who share a common goal; considered an active defender of a people’s rights and an orator for the voiceless.
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This Friday. Oakland. BE THERE!!! #rockyrivera #rockysoldiers
Bump this today and every 4/20 - Rock&Roz Present: The Friday Mixtape (soundcloud.com/dj_roza)
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA! This is a big one for your brother. Repost!
Los Angeles this Saturday!!!
Los Angeles, we’re baaaaack! 🙌🎤🌴🌇 BE THERE!!! 4/12 #rockyrivera #losangeles #gangsteroflove