Today, multiplatinum-certified rapper, songwriter and producer Belly releases his anxiously awaited new album, Immigrant. The album marks a triumphant moment for the Grammy nominated artist. His deft, deliberate, and dynamic wordplay delivers a definitive statement. Rather than idly sit by, he speaks out against global injustices over the course of the record, bearing the power to incite real change.
The title track and first single, featuring Meek Mill and M.I.A., encodes his mission statement in bulletproof bars and a hard-hitting and hypnotic hook. The triumvirate of Belly, Meek Mill, and M.I.A. proves fiery and formidable to say the least.
Meanwhile, he enlists a myriad of high-profile collaborators such as Yo Gotti on Numbers, French Montana on Dust, super-producer Metro Boomin on All For Me, and more
Belly first introduced the album from the main stage of Made In America Festival last month, while donning his popular “Immigrant” t-shirt. Inspired by the hundreds of Families Belong Together protests which occurred on Saturday, June 30th across the nation, the artist took to action, creating this statement t-shirt.
100% of the artists profits benefit the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the International Rescue Committee (IRC). Born and raised in the Middle East, Belly stands out as an immigrant to both Canada & the US.
Stream the album via this fanlink