Meek Mill has shared the hard-hitting "Otherside of America", a timely track which tackles issues of racial inequality.
"Otherside of America" is the first new release from Meek Mill since linking up with Justin Timberlake on "Believe" back in February.
The track opens with a clip of Donald Trump speaking to African-American voters during a 2016 campaign rally, "You’re living in poverty. Your schools are no good. You have no jobs. 58% of your youth is unemployed. What the hell do you have to lose?"
After Meek Mill's hard-hitting bars, he closes his new song with a segment from his CNN Michael Smerconish interview, "I always dreamed to be on CNN to be able to express myself and speak for the voiceless young men of America. The first step I would say: ‘I grew up in America in a ruthless neighborhood where we are not protected by police, we grew up in ruthless environments, we grew up around murder, you see murder, you see seven people die a week, I think you would probably carry a gun yourself. Would you?"