Macklemore Releasing "Hind's Hall" in Aid of Pro-Palestine Demonstrators and the Gaza Ceasefire

Macklemore Releasing “Hind’s Hall” in Aid of Pro-Palestine Demonstrators and the Gaza Ceasefire

Macklemore just released a blistering protest song in which he calls for an end to Israel’s conflict in Gaza, supports pro-Palestinian demonstrators on college campuses around the nation, and even drops a Drake diss track.
The Seattle rapper announced the release of “Hind’s Hall” on social media Friday night, May 6, and said that he would give all revenues to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees once the song was available on streaming platforms. The title of the song alludes to the renaming of Hamilton Hall after six-year-old Hind Rajab, who was most likely slain by the Israeli military in February, which demonstrators at Columbia University imposed upon the building during their occupation last month.

At the beginning of the song, Macklemore raps, “The people, they won’t leave.” “What about seeking peace and divesting is threatening?The demonstrations are not the issue; rather, it is what they are opposing, which is against the financing that our nation provides. “Block the barricade until Palestine is free.”
In other parts of the song, Macklemore criticises a variety of issues, including the purported attempt to outlaw TikTok in an attempt to suppress images and videos from Gaza (which Mitt Romney essentially conceded to in a recent interview), attempts to characterise anti-Zionism as anti-Semitic, particularly in light of the large number of Jewish participants in the pro-Palestine demonstrations, and even Joe Biden, rapping, “The blood is on your hands, Biden, we can see it all/And fuck no, I’m no
Macklemore criticises a number of his fellow musicians as he ends “Hind’s Hall”: Never give up when liberation is imminent; nevertheless, the music business is silent and complicit in their platform of silence. What happened to the artist? What are your thoughts?I want a ceasefire, fuck Drake’s answer. If I were on a label, you could dump me now. I’d be okay with it since the heart nourished my page.
Macklemore previously expressed his opposition to the conflict in Gaza by issuing a statement in October of last year and then showing up at a protest in Washington, D.C., the following month. At the time, he recalled, “They told me to be quiet.” They said that it was too complicated for me to comment, so I should do further study and go back. to be quiet for the time being. I’ve returned during the last three weeks and conducted some study. I’m able to learn. I don’t know everything. I am aware enough, however, that this is a genocide.

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