The ongoing controversy surrounding the death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin has inspired rappers from all over the country to vent their frustrations on wax. First came Oakland's Mistah F.A.B.'s "God Don't Love Me (R.I.P. Trayvon Martin)," and then Plies, the street rapper from Florida, released "We Are Trayvon."
You can now add Baltimore to the list, too. This past Sunday, Los, the local rapper recently signed (again) to Diddy's Bad Boy Records, released "Wit My Hoodie On," a song that uses Martin-specific references as starting points for Los' personal reflections on losing his father, how the public views young black men and more.
Stream the track below (warning: language NSFW).Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times