PHZ-Sicks is back with a politically and socially-charged new cut titled “Riot In My Memory,” which he explains below (source):

[It] comes from a place of “frustration and anger leading to catharsis. The fact that people turn a blind eye to the issue of police brutality is mind-boggling. You can’t be a caring person that says ‘I see no race’ but won’t stand next to your fellow human being if there is scientific fact that we are being treated differently and inhumanely. I wanted to vent while also fighting against the asinine follow-up questions whenever a person of color brings up this topic. I don’t want my words, my body or my music to be tread upon. Music can heal a nation and also build a nation… and sometimes you have to tear shit up.

Stream below and pick up the single via iTunes. You can also read the lyrics in its entirety over at Genius.

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