St. Louis Rapper MBz Live's Song On Police Violence Speaks To Generations Of Anguish

When St. Louis Rapper MBz Live’s music video for his song “Let Us Go” was released earlier this summer, it included imagery and lyrics depicting the outrage people felt after police killed George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

The 25-year-old south St. Louis rapper, whose given name is Mikal Bolden, has released party anthems and hype music since 2012, but his new track, accompanied by a music video from St. Louis Video Artist Louis Quatorze, marks a…

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