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Jasiri X – “Three Little Girls”

Hip-Hop with a message.

Jasiri X drops a new visual  for Woman’s History Month to shed light on how violent this society is, especially towards woman and girls.

Three Little Girls” tells the stories of the senseless murders of Christina Taylor Green, who was killed during the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, Brisenia Flores, who was gunned down by anti-immigrant militia intent on starting a race war, and Aiyana Jones, who shot to death while asleep in her home, by the Detroit Police Department, while they were filming a reality TV show.

Jasiri states,

“I realize these are sad stories, but how can we not be moved to action by the cold-blooded killings of innocent little girls? We have to begin to take an unflinching look at a culture that continues to glorify guns, bombs, and war, and sees violence and aggression as the only solutions to its problems.”

Peep The Lyrics After The Jump [More]


Verse 1

Born on 911

In that dark time as a blessing

A face of hope like she was a sign from the heavens

Kindness and reverence

She grew into a scholar kid

Became class president with a love for politics

Only nine and wants to find where the congress is

Meet her representative

Get involved with the processes

That morning she was so hyper

wanted to meet Ms Giffords by just like her

even though she was young she was much wiser

Until that automatic weapon was just fired.

People falling from getting hit

He kept shooting cause his gun had an extended clip like it had no end to it

And of the victims hit she was the youngest

The mother of her own child she’ll never become it

The value for life just plummets

In this sick society that deserves judgment

Rest in peace youngin

Verse 2

A little girl with her mommy and daddy

on her knees saying a prayer thanking God for her family

so happy her whole life ahead of her

But outside her door was a hoard of vicious predators

Racists sycophants with hatred for immigrants

Got with other militias and called them selves the minutemen

We know where they got drugs and cash lets go get it then

knock knock the little girl wonders whose visiting

They never found drugs but they was of brown blood

So they cock back and fired round after round of slugs

The little girl saw her families bodies on the rug

And cried what did we do why did you come to kill us

he raised up his gun and shot her twice in the face

cause she was only nine but wasn’t the right race

and that’s the reason that we didn’t see it in the media

so even in death discrimination still reaches her.

Verse 3

Little Aiyana Jones chillin in her father’s home

In Detroit Michigan playing toys with her sisters and

doing all the things that make you wish you were a kid again

before you understood what a violet world that were living in

all played out sleeping on the same couch

that she did every night when they turn the lights out

But outside the house they had cameras and mic out

Reality TV brutality for a fee

The first 48 hours on A & E

where a officer can play a celebrity

distracted by all the action they chose the wrong house

flash grenade through the window went crash on the couch

Aiyana’s on fire now  flames getting wider now

the first officer through the door pulls out and fired down

shot through the neck bleed to death she’s expired now

I pray she’s resting on higher ground

we love you

Written by Jasiri X and featuring 10 year old Hadiyah Yates, “Three Little Girls” was produced by GM3 and directed by Paradise Gray.


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