Apr 21, 2017 · Directed by Sacha Jenkins. With Alex Alonso, Nicolas Alonso, B-Real, Danny Bakewell. Explores the roots of civil unrest in California and the relationship between African Americans and LAPD.6.7/10(284).
Burn Motherf*cker, Burn! Rated TVMA • 99 minutes. On April 29, 1992, Los Angeles exploded when four police officers were acquitted in the beating of Rodney King. But the city had been smoldering for years.
Burn motherfucker burn motherfucker burn I'd live but you won't let me BURN Your life's been wasted You'll die forsaken You act like the world's on your shoulders but it's not there so you fake it Do you embrace it How do you take it I'll never feel the way that you feel I'd rather fucking break it Burn motherfucker burn motherfucker burn.
On April 29, 1992, Los Angeles exploded when four police officers were acquitted in the beating of Rodney King. But a fire beneath the feet of Black Angelenos had been melting flesh for years. BURN! chronicles the root causes of Black disenfranchisement in LA while also examining the role law enforcement has played throughout.
We don't need no water—Let the motherfucker burn! Burn, motherfucker, burn! The song's intro is sampled by the Chemical Brothers in their song "Hey Boy Hey Girl," and the chorus is covered by the Bloodhound Gang's "Fire Water Burn," Coal Chamber's "Sway," Rancid's "Burn," Quad City DJ's "Party Over Here," YACHT's "Dystopia (The Earth Is on Genre: Hip hop.