The singer has released a free download of his new song 'Justice (If You're 17)' in memory of Trayvon Martin.
Wyclef Jean is the latest celebrity to speak out in support of the Trayvon Martin tragedy. He has decided to pay musical tribute to the slain teen with the release of his new song “Justice (If You’re 17)”, reports MSN.com.
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The song, which is dedicated to Martin, was released this morning and is now available as a free download. The former Fugees musician worked with Prescribed and J. Williams to produce the track.
They have announced that the music video will be released on April 20.
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Martin was fatally shot on his way home from the store by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman. After a month of nationwide protests, Zimmerman was arrested and charged with murder this week.
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