Hip Hop artist, Lil Guillotine, to release a song about climate justice and the need for mass action to fight environmental destruction.
Known for having “… a knack for over the top lefty shit stirring” by Madison music blog, Tone Magazine, local music review publication, The Isthmus, also described Lil Guillotine as “fight[ing] the power through sharply worded music.” His new song against the system, “You Only Get One,” was written leading up to the September 20 Climate strike as music for the movement.
Lil Guillotine, who has been making hip hop music for nearly two years, has over ten years of experience doing anti-capitalist organizing. “You Only Get One” is yet another tactic in his goal of effecting positive social change via movement building. He has also helped start a tenant union, co-founded a bail fund, helped stop the building of a new jail in Madison, WI, helped organize incarcerated workers and stays politically engaged in the life pulse of the community.