Beeda Weeda Strikes Back At Social Injustice With "Revolution" (Official Video)

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It has always been said that music holds power that is able to influence the masses. With that in mind, East Oakland Hip-Hop artist Beeda Weeda has made it his current mission to speak out against the many social injustices that have plagued America for far too long. His new politically charged visual, "Revolution" addresses unfortunate Police brutality that has slain our youth (i.e. Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Tamir Rice) and those who were unarmed and taken before their time. It's time for a change. Join the movement.





Beeda Weeda

 is the solo musical project of Brandon Emile, hailing from Oakland, California. Beeda was placed in the limelight during the "hyphy" movement, surfacing as a break-out artist from East Oakland. He's also become well-known for his ties to J. Stalin of Livewire Records, E40, Too $hort, and his label-boss, Tajai, of the famous and world renown "Hieroglyphics".

In his beginning stages of his growing career, Beeda quickly gained the support of the Bay Area counsel, receiving verses and show opportunities from Bay Area mega-stars, including E-40, Too $hort, B Legit and Tajai from Hieroglyphics. This, in turn, earned him the support of countless local Bay Area Hip-Hop fans.

The many accolades he's received thus far has led to numerous radio DJ's in the Bay Area supporting the Beeda Weeda movement, His latest release,

Bass Rock Babies

, is a new Oakland classic, and was presented by non other than the "Oakland Godfather" Too $hort. As the journey continues for Beeda Weeda, the ride just keeps getting better. For more information on the rising California artist, visit

. In the mean time, check out the captivating visual above!