Like most of us, Prince has been moved by the violent protests happening in Baltimore over Freddie Gray's death. Unlike most of us, the legendary artist will share his feelings through song.
According to a spokesperson, the ART OFFICIAL AGE singer has recorded "a tribute to all of the people of the city of Baltimore."
It's understood that the track will discuss Gray's death, while in Baltimore police custody, and how the nation has been exposed to a series of young black men being killed, which sparked many socio/political issues.
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Prince is the latest in a slew of artists who have taken issue with the matter, including Beyoncé, The Game, and others who have called for action in the wake of Gray's death.
Release plans for Prince's song have yet to be announced, but the artwork has been released (above.)
[Image via Billboard.]
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