Killer Mike Discusses Politics And Black Culture In New Song, “Talk That Sh*t” + Drops Video

Killer Mike recently dropped new music, where he discusses many things from politics to street culture in his new song “Talk That Sh*t.”

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Atlanta rapper Killer Mike has released a new song and video called “Talk That Sh*t.” In the new banger, Mike raps about his thoughts on many subjects focusing on politics and Black culture.

At the beginning of the video, a montage of several Atlanta staples is introduced, including a barbershop, strip clubs, and people hanging out on the street before the beat drops.

As the video unfolds, Killer Mike raps to the camera in a red jacket with many chains as the camera pans back and forth between him and the Atlanta residents.

The Atlanta artist also discusses political activism in his lyrics:

“I’m in rooms with politicians talking business and shit, Here you come with your opinion, ain’t solicit that sh*t.”

Most of the people featured in Killer Mike’s video were spotted in many settings, such as at parties, riding motorcycles, and posing with guns in front of the American flag. 

“Rap Lyrics Are Not A Crime”

At the end of the video, a sign is shown that says, “rap lyrics are not a crime,” referring to rappers being charged for the lyrics in their music. 

In July, Killer Mike released a song and video for “Run” that featured comedian Dave Chappelle and fellow Atlanta rapper Young Thug. The Run The Jewels artist has shown support for Young Thug and Gunna in the past after both Atlanta rappers were indicted on RICO charges in May.

2 Chainz And Killer Mike Fight To Save ATL Businesses From Shutting Down

Atlanta rappers Killer Mike and 2 Chainz, who are also business owners, addressed the Atlanta City Council in a meeting back in August. 

The goal was to save small Black-owned businesses from shutting down after their mayor pushed an ordinance to stop violence around those businesses.