BBAS' F. Virtue drops off visuals for "Anita Bryant" which can be heard in it's entirety on his album, We Are Not the Shame. In the song, Virtue talks about recently coming out of the closet and dealing with being gay in a straight rap culture.
You know what this is about...
The Miami-based group examines race relations -- or the lack of --in America.
Documentaries, legal troubles, and near-brushes with death are on the menu.
The power of the Internet helped create a powerful song on the duo's LP released Tuesday.
Sadly, Beanie Sigel and JAY Z aren't present.
As if "Charged Up" wasn't enough.