T-Pain has dropped a new song, titled “Get Up.” Proceeds from the song’s revenue will be donated to Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, the 42,000-member national network of crime survivors that advocates for real public safety reforms and deeper investment in treatment and rehabilitation.  The new song also inspired T-Pain to create merchandise to coincide with the music’s message; he will donate proceeds of the merchandise to Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice as well.

Robert Rooks, co-founder of the Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice and CEO of Alliance for Safety and Justice, said, “T-Pain has shown up time and again for crime survivors, and we are so grateful for the additional support he is providing through this inspiring new song, video and merchandise.” T-Pain’s has a personal connection to the organization because of his own experience as a survivor, including his niece being killed in Tallahassee a few years ago.

T-Pain Releases New Track “Get Up” In Support Of Black Lives Matter

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