T.I. Takes a Stand for Justice in 'We Will Not' Video

T.I. performs at the 13th annual Bike show at Georgia World Congress Center on July 16, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.

T.I. Takes a Stand for Justice in 'We Will Not' Video

Tip heads to Tidal to make a statement.

Published August 20, 2016

T.I. has become one of those MCs who uses his music to spread a social message, and his latest offering, "We Will Not" does just that. The video takes a stand against the current threat of police brutality in America.

After releasing the audio for the track two weeks ago, Tip followed up with the Tidal excuslive visual, recently, and it's already got people talking.

The treatment for the striking clip shows the Atlanta MC watching TV as clips flash across the screen showing protests from across the nation. As the video progresses, T.I. gets more and more disturbed.

T.I. is just one of a slew of rappers who have used their music to shine a light on the plight of Black men by the hands of police in America. The Game, Kendrick Lamar, Talib Kweli, Macklemore and Jay Z have also lent their voices to the movement.

Watch T.I.'s "We Will Not" video on Tidal.

Get the latest on T.I. in the BET Breaks video, above.

Written by John Justice

(Photo: Prince Williams/ Getty Images)


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