Aminé stop by Los Angeles’ Power 106 to connect with the LA Leakers and delivered a powerful, politically-charged freestyle. Rapping over the classic Clipse’s “Momma I’m So Sorry” instrumental, the Portland, Ore. native touches on Donald Trump, appropriation, homophobia, among others topics. Aminé’s debut album, Good For You, was recently certified Gold.
Watch Aminé’s freestyle up top.
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