The rapper also has written songs that reflect why he protests, compositions calling for change and telling his story as an African American and as the U. A film starring Nzanga and featuring his music that was released online in January adds his artistic perspective to the social justice movement. The minute film Nzanga made with director Caleb Slain, titled "enough," opens with the song "Truce. Nzanga followed the news between camp activities and learned of the death on July 5, of Alton Sterling after he was shot in a convenience store by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. On July 6, a police shooting during a traffic stop in Minnesota killed Philando Castile. On July 7, a gunman killed five law enforcement officers during a demonstration against police brutality in Dallas before being shot and killed after a standoff with police.
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