Serio drops new single Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Mexican
Serio’s new single drops. “Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Mexican” features Proper Dos and Conejo. This is a song that challenges the new racist law in the state of Arizona as well as all racism towards all Mexicans and Chicanos alike. Unfortunately, it’s an issue that seems to be rampant in the United States of America. Many politicians, including President Obama, seem to target Mexicans for no apparent reason. Serio’s message in this song is, It is time for La Raza to unite, stand up, and tell these people ‘Serio, This Is Our Land’ and we should be treated as fairly and equally as anyone else in this country. The song is Serio’s response to people like Joe Arpaio, sheriff of Maricopa County, in the state of Arizona, who blatantly practices racial-profiling and seems to just look for ways to deport Mexicans even in violation of their constitutional rights. As well as a response to people like the Governor of Arizona, Jan Brewer, who signed into law Arizona SB 1070 also known as the infamous “show me your papers law”, a law that, according to many, is one of the most racist laws to exist in the United States. Also it’s a response to the people and politicians who called for both political parties to “step up the fight against illegal immigration.” and is a response to, President Barack Obama, who sent 1,200 National Guard troops to the Mexican border to enforce the new law. He also has deported more Mexicans than any other U.S. president in history. Below you can listen to the song before you buy it.
You can buy the new single now before the album comes out in 2013. Here is the link where you can buy the new single.
May 5, 2012