Three socially conscience sistas–who are also sisters–have recorded a YouTube song drawing attention to the ever-evolving case of Trayvon Martin who was shot dead my George Zimmerman back in February, WOLBBaltimore reports. The YouTube track titled, “Warning – A Dedication To Trayvon Martin” is a touching tribute to the tragedy behind the 17-year-old’s death and the national outcry over the handling of the case.
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Sisters Kamaria, Nia and Nya captivated the world with their bold lyrics denouncing the rapper, Lil Wayne, and his sexually suggestive and demeaning lyrics toward women. The sisters – ages 5, 10 and 9 at the time – received backlash from angry fans of the internationally-known rapper. There are two new members in the group – Mary, 12, and Anasia, 10. The girls wrote the song themselves.
Using the melody of rappers T-Pain and Wiz Khalifa‘s “5 O’Clock”, Watoto Of The Nile have taken on the tragic case of Trayvon Martin. The chorus of “Warning” reads –
“Watoto’s here with a warning. Right now our nation’s in mourning. We hope that justice prevails soon. The Martin family, we’re with you. We come together, we must care. The negative can go elsewhere. I put my hood on though I’m weeping because this case is so misleading. Watoto’s here with a warning.”