Warren G. Let's Go (It's A Movement) (Radio Mix). Warren G. Let's Go (It's A Movement) (Instrumental). Let's Go (It's A Movement) (Acappella). Fuck Tha Police (Album Version). .
Dr. Dre explained the song was created after the members of . A were forced by police to lay face down in the street with guns to their heads. However, the reason why the police were harassing them was because Eazy-E was doing drive-bys shootings on innocent people on bus stops with a paintball gun, as Dre explains below: The song caught the attention of the FBI, which sent a letter to Priority Records about .
Fuck tha Police" is a protest song by American hip-hop group . A that appears on the 1988 album Straight Outta Compton as well as on the . A's Greatest Hits compilation. Written shortly after the group was harassed by the Torrance Police Department, the lyrics protest police brutality and racial profiling and was ranked number 425 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Fuck tha police Comin straight from the underground Young nigga got it bad cuz I'm brown And not the other color so police think They have the authority to kill a minority. Fuck that shit, cuz I ain't tha one For a punk muthafucka with a badge and a gun To be beatin on, and throwin in jail We could go toe to toe in the middle of a cell.
|1||–Warren G||Let's Go (It's A Movement) (Radio Mix)
Featuring – KRS-one, Lil' Al
|2||–Warren G||Let's Go (It's A Movement) (Instrumental)|
|3||–Warren G||Let's Go (It's A Movement) (Acappella)|
|4||–N.W.A.||Fuck Tha Police (Album Version)|
|SPROBeef1||Warren G / N.W.A.||Warren G / N.W.A. - Let's Go / Fuck Tha Police (12", Promo, Whi)||MSC Entertainment||SPROBeef1||US||2003|