Seemingly moved by the recent controversy surrounding Clippers' (future ex) owner Donald Sterling, The-Dream releases a new song and lyric video with a powerful message.

Black isn't just a color. Black isn't just a race anymore. It's a feeling and aplace from which one feels isolated by the world of the governing elite.

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  • Ghost Of Len Bias

    HAWD

  • Goldberg brain

    I wonder how many artists are going to use this bullshit situation and gain credibility

    first Plies fake ass, now dream smh

    • http://rapgenius.com/T9FTW T9FTW

      Mmm, your comment just radiates positivity!

      • Gary Eagelton

        SADLY, HES RIGHT THOUGH

      • Goldberg brain

        I don't give a fuck what my comment radiates, this shit is mad corny

        Dream and plies are opportunist, I would respect It more if it came out earlier, but if it takes a racist piece of shit for you to drop a song like this it's corny, he's been sitting on this song for a minute, now he wants to put it out for attention hence opportunist..... peace out!

        • marty mcfly

          Idk man. Sometimes making these kinda songs while an issue is relevant is more effective then making these kinda songs without the context of an issue in which people could look at and think about at the time.

        • veesky

          i can understand where you're coming from but different artists move in different ways. not everybody can be a yasiin bey or james baldwin, etc. inspiration hits folks at varying times. as an artist myself, i address a wide range of topics in my works but certain things i don't touch on, until i've received the impetus personally, to do so.

    • marty mcfly

      I gotta say though folks that call themselves gangsta or real or whatever. Have you heard Plies latest project? Tell me he's not telling the straight up truth about the hood? You can say its ignorant or trying to gain credibility or whatever but Plies spoke a boat load of truth on Last Real Nigga Alive. On this song though, I've always enjoyed Dream's music. He has some great albums and this also was a DOPE song.

  • complex92

    What I like is that this song doesn't necessarily have to apply to the Sterling situation. Love when popular black artist actually make an attempt to make socially conscious music. Try to make change, try to do something.

  • Pat Booy

    II heard he just got arrested beating on his pregnant girlfriend smh fuck this fat piece of shit

  • The Incredible Creation

    Great song.. fuck the negativity... glad he stepped up to the plate with this.. http://toomanyfuckinrappers.tumblr.com/