Musician Michael Barber's new music video is an animated call for people to take to the streets in regards to what's going on in Washington D.C., and it even features a dream segment where Barber throws molotov cocktails at Trump, Mitch McConnell, Mike Pence, and a MAGA hat wearing, Kanye West. The song is called, Casus Belli, and the song was featured on his 2018 hard copy only album, AHAYWEH. The cartoon is nicely done, not great but good. The song's production is about the same level, but the lyrics is what really shines. Barber uses a simple hook to ...
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