Jim Jones Taps Conway For ‘The People’ Remix
Jim Jones Conway The People Remix: Months after its original release, Jim Jones has tapped Conway for the remix of ‘The People’.
In the wake of the demise of George Floyd and the protests the country over, Jim Jones gave recognition to everybody on the frontlines of the marches and demonstration with his single, “The People.”
Jim Jones lays everything down as he describes the agony and enduring Black Americans have experienced throughout the centuries of being oppressed by the system. Also, he offered his appreciation to each and every individual who’s marching and protesting for a better tomorrow.
In spite of the fact that we’ve seen the intensity of these protests, the battle is a long way from being done. About a month subsequent to discharging the track, Jones came back with a remix with Griselda’s Conway. With a snappy 16, Conway utilizes his encounters to unite everything. He commences specifying a traffic stop that prompts over the top power.
“Young girl watchin’ it happen don’t know what she should do/ Besides record it on her phone, ain’t really much she can do,” he raps. The rapper matches his own understanding to his uncle’s who passed on in police custody in 1992. He clarified the need of protesting during circumstances such as the present.
Listen to ‘The People (Remix) below.
Fuck the teargas and the rubber bullets you fire off
My Black people freedom to justice is worth dying for
All lives should be equal, we tried to be peaceful
On the frontlines, I’d die for my people