Meek Mill Protests With “Otherside Of America”


Right when the song kicks off, Donald Trump’s polarizing voice roars on as he addresses the Black community.

“What do you have to lose?” he asks. “You’re living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs. 58% of your youth is unemployed. What the hell do you have to lose?”

Meek Mill argues that POCs in America have a lot to lose. For instance, their lives…

For the last week, tensions have hit a new high across the nation with protests and riots breaking out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. George Floyd’s death was the final straw and now, we’re fighting for change to prevent the next hashtag. Meek Mill has always been a loud voice on racial issues in America, advocating for justice reform. It looks like police reform is also on his wishlist.

“Otherside Of America” is his latest musical release, coming via Maybach Music Group and Atlantic. Meek has been using the term “otherside of America” for quite some time and now, he’s got a song to describe how he feels on the issue.

Listen to it below and keep doing your part to instigate change in the world.

Quotable Lyrics:

Back home and I’m fresh on bail
Phone chirpin’ it was next in tell
Block poppin’ it was extra sales
Big dogs they ain’t showin’ remorse
I was beggin’ just to catch a sale
Same block we was goin’ to war
I was prayin’ I ain’t catch a shell


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