“Otherside of America” is a protest song by American rapper Meek Mill. The song expresses concern about racial inequality and racism in the United States. It was released on June 5, 2020, in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, during the Black Lives Matter and George Floyd’s protests against police brutality in the United States. The song’s intro includes President Donald Trump’s “crass” 2016 remarks about black Americans.
Robert Rihmeek Williams, better known as Meek Mill, was born on May 6, 1987. He is an American rapper, songwriter, and activist. Formal paraphrase Born and raised in Philadelphia, he began his music career as a battle rapper before forming The Bloodhounds, a short-lived rap group.
The video is about a black person, and he got arrested by a white policeman for no reason. Well, there is, which is he is black, which makes him criminal. But, this isn’t the case; if a person is of black skin doesn’t mean that he did or going to do something terrible. And this what happened here where the person’s friend/ family helps him take down the cop and set him free.
Check out the video to know more about the song and the creator of the song. This song is truly inspirational and shows you the picture of black Americans in the United States.