J. Cole, Diddy, Jeezy & More March On 20th Anniversary Of The Million Man March

Hip-hop stars march in Washington D.C. on the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.

Today, October 10, thousands gathered in Washington D.C. for the Justice Or Else march, which comes on the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, led by Minister Louis Farrakhan, who also led today’s march. Many of hip-hop’s elite, including Diddy, Jeezy, Snoop Dogg, J. Cole, Ty Dolla $ign, and Jay Electronica, showed up to walk and show solidarity in the fight against police violence.

Howard University’s The Hilltop also reported that there were crowds chanting the chorus of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Alright” while they walked. 

Chants of @kendricklamar‘s “Alright” echoes down 7th street downtown. #JusticeOrElsepic.twitter.com/f1R62P0bIi

— The Hilltop (@TheHilltopHU) October 10, 2015

A crowd chanted the same lyrics, “We gon’ be alright,” earlier this year in Cleveland, after police had arrested a 14-year-old black male. 

Diddy X Jeezy pic.twitter.com/QfmgugDQsX

— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) October 10, 2015

The #MillionManMarch ceremony from @iamdiddy & @Jeezy‘s POV. 📷: @lawkjackson | #JusticeOrElsepic.twitter.com/NuOCrq3Zcj

— REVOLT TV (@RevoltTV) October 10, 2015

.@JColeNC spotted at the #MillionManMarch. http://t.co/pJ3zji5bYN 📷: @kymmicee | #JusticeOrElsepic.twitter.com/xKPMXLaF9t

— REVOLT TV (@RevoltTV) October 10, 2015

.@JayElectronica at the #MillionManMarch. http://t.co/pJ3zji5bYN#JusticeOrElsepic.twitter.com/EssD3jZtE5

— REVOLT TV (@RevoltTV) October 10, 2015

SNOOP DOGG LOOKS FOCUSED pic.twitter.com/eyATc2sTQv

— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) October 10, 2015


— Ty Dolla $ign (@tydollasign) October 10, 2015

Jeezy also used the anniversary date to release a new EP, Politically Correct

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