Lil Baby Shares Politically-Driven Single “A Bigger Picture”
Atlanta native Lil Baby recently shared a black and white photo of himself riding on a bike while wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt at a protest. The rapper has used that image as the cover art for his latest single “A Bigger Picture,” a track where he expresses his frustrations not only with the police, with the entire governmental system that he finds oppressive.
On Instagram, Lil Baby shared that proceeds from “A Bigger Picture” would be donated to three different organizations, however, he didn’t specify which ones. In the lyrics to the track, Lil Baby touches on the recent events that have launched the Black Lives Matter movement protests, and he also shares a bit of his own story. Back in 2014, he was arrested on a drug charge and spent two years in prison; a case that many didn’t believe was tried fairly. Stream “A Bigger Picture” by Lil Baby and le us know what you think.
They killin’ us for no reason
Been goin’ on for to long to get even
Throw us in cages like dogs and hyenas
I went to court and they sent me to prison
My mama was pissed when they said I can’t leave