This is way more than a song, it’s a movement! We are doing everything in our power to bring home men and women trapped behind the wall due to an outdated 3 strikes drug law. Check out https://t.co/hahh2An7OO to support and learn about the campaign. pic.twitter.com/8oNbhgewsJ
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) August 28, 2019
Produced by Kanye West.
Less than 48 hours after releasing the Kanye West and Kash Doll assisted Sociopath, Pusha T returns with “Coming Home” featuring the very elusive Lauryn Hill.
Over Mike Dean and Kanye West’s uplifting production, King Push tackles mass incarceration in America.
“It speaks to just giving hope to those who are coming home and telling people who are locked up and behind the wall that we waiting on them, and we going to be out here as a support system when they get home,” Push told Ebro about the collaboration, which originally surfaced online back in June.
“Coming Home” is in support of the G.O.O.D. Music president’s Third Strike Coming Home campaign, launched in collaboration with K. Barnette’s Buried Alive Project and MiAngel Cody’s The Decarceration Collective.
The purpose of the initiative is to free Americans serving life sentences under a three strike drug law. The rapper kicked off the campaign with a $25,000 donation to help Buried Alive Project and The Decarceration Collective hire lawyers for people serving life for federal drug crimes.