The controversial Trayvon Martin case has inspired protests, PSAs, debate, anger, prayer and vigils for the slain 17-year-old from coast to coast.
Now Wyclef Jean has penned his own musical tribute to Trayvon.
The Fugees musician teamed up with Prescribed and J. Williams to create a track titled "Justice (If You're 17)" in dedication to Martin. Listen:
Some lyrical excerpts from Wyclef's call for "Justice" include:
"If you're 17 / And you're wearing a hoodie / You're on the phone / Talking to your shorty / Make no mistake / There's one like you / In every city / You know the story."
"If you're 17 with a hoodie on / Watch out for the neighborhood watcher / If you're at the right neighborhood at the wrong time / Neighborhood watcher / This might be your last call to your girlfriend / The neighborhood watcher / Man I feel for you if you're 17."
This past week saw George Zimmerman charged with murder in the February 26 shooting of Martin, following more than a month of unrest.
Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, Fla., claims he killed Martin in self-defense and that the teen was the aggressor.Martin was unarmed at the time.
Zimmerman, 28, is in custody and expected to plead not guilty to second-degree murder charges in what is guaranteed to be a sensational trial.
Regardless of the outcome of the case, it will already go down as one of the year's most hotly-debated news stories in Florida and beyond.
In the wake of the tragedy, everyone from Spike Lee to the President of the United States, and now Wyclef, has been involved in it somehow.
Along with Jean's new track, the producers made a short called I Am which deals with not only the Trayvon Martin case, but racial profiling globally.
A music video for "Justice" is expected to be released April 20.