Jay Z Release New Song “Spiritual” As White Police Kills More Black People | EYES AND VOICE

"Bless my soul, extend your arms, I'm cold," - Jay Z raps in new song about the killing for black Individuals...


[EYES AND VOICE] “Just a boy from the hood that got my hands in the air in despair, don’t shoot,” raps Jay Z on powerful new song, Spiritual.

In the light of recent strings of white police officers shooting & killing more black males and females, Jay Z puts out a 3 minutes, 44 seconds song titled, “Spiritual” accompanied with an open letter.

Spiritual was released just hours after Jay’s wife Beyoncé issued a statement on the cold killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of police.

In some of the lyrics of the song, Jay raps: “I am not poison,”

“Bless my soul, extend your arms, I’m cold,”

“Just a boy from the hood that got my hands in the air in despair, don’t shoot,”

Eyes And Voice learned, the song was originally recorded when Mike Brown – another victim of a police shooting – was killed back in 2014. In a letter explaining the inspiration behind the record, Jay Z stated the following:


Listen to Jay Z’s powerful new song, “Spiritual,” in full below…

Also see: Beyoncé Release “Turn Our Anger Into Action” Statement

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