WATCH: DUMBFOUNDEAD'S 'HARAMBE' MV EXPLORE'S THE DEATH OF 2016'S HERO
Dumbfoundead has never shyed away from exploring controversial themes in his rap.
Among the very well known few asian-american rappers, he recently received exposure for his music video Safe - exploring white-washing in Hollywood with lyrics like 'the only yellow men were all statues'.
He also appeared in the viral It G Ma remix beside Keith Ape and Waka Flocka.
The Gette produced Harambe, however is probably his most poignant work yet.
Echoing themes of progressive movements like 'Black Lives Matter', this song explores themes from police violence, increasing economic insecurity among young people and growing up in underprivileged suburbs in the US.
The hook "They tryna take me out like Harambe, I take a tranquilliser on a Monday,' highlights the still existent economic inequality in America, and drug problems; and the excessive force used that caused Harambe's passing.
'The world is a zoo, you've see the news' simply points out how powerless 'the people' are. We are all like Harambe; innocent and susceptible to a police force that no longer protects the most vulnerable.
Or maybe I'm reading into it too much.
Enjoy this latest social commentary by Dumbfounded and let us know what you think: