Convicted Rapper C-Murder Sings ‘Please Give Me Justice’

David Lohr, Senior Crime Reporter | The Huffington Post
3/28/2016 11:59 am ET

c murder supreme court songHip-hop artist Corey “C-Murder” Miller, jailed for life in Louisiana’s Angola prison for the slaying of a teenage fan, is reaching out to the world in a new rap song to seek relief from the courts.

In “Dear Supreme Court,” the 45-year-old rapper sings:

My lawyer failed/he ain’t keep it real/kept asking me for money/had detectives smiling at me in court/but wasn’t nothing funny.

My heart was shedding tears/the judge was working with them/he forced the juror’s verdict/I know the whole world done heard it.

I murdered no one/I had no gun/Didn’t know the victim/My position still stands/It’s blatant lynching of the system … From the start, I claim my innocence/This is a plea to the public/Dear United States Supreme, will you please give me justice.

The track is part of Miller’s upcoming album, “Penitentiary Chances,” which is due out in April and features guest appearances by several artists, including Snoop Dogg, Boosie Badazz and Soulja Slim’s son, Lil Soulja Slim.

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