Juicy J has a new protest anthem. The rapper and producer recently dropped a new track entitled “Hella [Expletive] Trauma.” On the song, Juicy J  directly addresses systemic racism, police brutality, and reparations.

“I can’t sit back, let them take my life / Enough is enough / All this racist [expletive] gon’ [expletive] around and make me send it up,” Juicy J raps. “They keep killing all these [expletive], man / A ride ain’t enough / I just drank a Corona, is it a virus or what?”

 “I don’t need no reparations, [expletive], just give me back what’s mine,” the Memphis rapper continues on the track. Juicy J also touches upon owning his masters, which references the Three 6 Mafia rapper’s former dispute with his record label, as we previously reported.

“Labels wanna own my masters, enough is enough,” Juicy raps. Previously, Juicy J dropped a  diss track aimed at Columbia Records before he removed the track after communicating with his label. Listen to “Hella [expletive] Trauma” here.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.