Back in June, Terrace Martin was joined by the artists featured in his song "PIG FEET" -- Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper (who is also in Terrace's new supergroup Dinner Party), Denzel Curry, G Perico, and Daylyt, as well as Alex Isley -- for the performance of a new piece, "Racism on Trial," at Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors' Black Power Live livestream. If you missed the stream or just want to finally rewatch the piece, you're in luck. Today they've officially released it.

"Racism On Trial" is made up of three movements, each of which gets its own video. The first "The Voice of King Nipsey," and second "Any Day Could Be Our Last," begin with spoken word pieces delivered by Denzel Curry, before evolving into impactful jazz performances. They're followed by the third movement, "Pig Feet," a live-band performance of the previously released song. Watch all three, and find a full list of performers, below.

Proceeds go towards Crenshaw Dairy Mart, Trap Heals, Transgender Law Center,, and Black Men Build.

Denzel Curry - vocals
Daylyt - vocals
G Perico - vocals
Kamasi Washington - sax
Marlon Williams - guitar
Terrace Martin - keys
Robert Glasper - keys
Paul Cornish - keys
Trevor Lawrence Jr. - drums
Jonathan Pinson - drums
Allakoi Peete - percussion
Dominique Sanders - upright bass
Paul Cartwright - violin
Yvette Devereaux - violin
Molly Rogers - viola
Peter Jacobson - cello

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