The police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile have left many people disheartened and frustrated. The recurring stories of police violence against the black community has created no hope for justice. That is the exact sentiment being expressed by Ty Dolla Sign in his new song "No Justice." The track features Ty's brother Big TC in a leading role despite the singer's incarceration.

Big TC's vocals still sound great despite the reality of them being recorded on a phone instead of a proper studio. TC handles most of the record before letting his brother take it over for the final verse.

"They say we all created equal but there's nothing bout us equal/You know that there can never be no justice when killing us is legal/Somebody better take us there/Sacrifice and be a man/Somebody's gotta take a stand," Ty Dolla Sign sings."

The unofficial music video splices together Ty Dolla Sign and Big TC's respective parts over three posts. TC's incarceration could not allow the siblings to be together. The content of the video is made up of footage and pictures of the many black lives that have been lost over the years. Names like Sean Bell, Amadou Diallo, Sandra Bland and Tamir Rice are put up on display as a frightening reminder of just how much death has occurred. "No Justice" is a powerful track which highlights just how far this country must go to achieve racial equality.

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