DJ Quik Addresses Civil Unrest on “Black Friday”

Posted: September 23, 2016 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Music News
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I wrote this piece because I don’t like the tumultuous air surrounding Black People. Someone had to speak up for the African American community on this Black Friday and I elect Me to do so. – DJ QUIK

DJ Quik weighs in on the recent social unrest concerning black people and police brutality on the soulful “Black Friday.” As the song progresses, Quik also touches on internal struggles in the black community, self-determination, and even name-drops legends Eazy-E and Tupac. This is an excellent way to close your Friday on a high note.

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