"Can't you see we living in a warzone?," asks Atlanta rapper T.I. on his new politically charged track "Warzone."
As Tip preps his upcoming Us or Else mixtape, the outspoken rapper throws in references to Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown and Eric Garner by spitting, "Hands up! Can't breathe!" on top of the piano-driven soul beat. And he targets police brutality on the hook, rhyming, "Like every weekend, it's a man down/ Ain't got no pity for the innocent so Im'ma represent and dedicate it."