Fever 333 has released an official version of a new song called “Supremacy.” The song samples Blondie’s “Rapture” and features writing and production from fellow rockers Travis Barker (Blink-182), John Feldmann (Goldfinger) and vocals frontman Jason Aalon Butler‘s wife, Gin Wigmore.
The song’s hard-hitting lyrics are a stark reminder of what the world is going through right now, talking about black moms crying for their murdered babies, black people worrying for their lives from a young age and protesters filling the streets. Wigmore’s haunting, echo-y vocals set the tone of the song while Butler’s passionate rapping pierces the soul deeply.
“Supremacy” made its live debut last week during the band’s ‘Long Live the Innocent’ live stream. The event, which raised money for Black Lives Matter and the Minnesota Freedom Fund, was a call for swift action to combat institutionalized racism and to open up a line of communication on the matter. Butler specifically called out the music industry, saying that they “exploit black people” by “benefiting” off of their music.
Fever 333 released their debut album, ‘Strength in Numb333rs,’ in January 2019.
Hear “Supremacy” below: