Venezuelan rapper Emilio Rojas makes an apt return to the scene with a timely musical fering in “Walk Through Fire,” a brand new audiovisual that stands as a response to the repeal DACA and the current threat against the livelihoods so many immigrant families. 

“The US is being torn apart by racism, extreme nationalism, and xenophobia. This is a country built on the backs immigrants,” Rojas told Billboard. “My father is an immigrant from Venezuela, my niece and nephew are half Moroccan and have a Muslim father. The stories I told in this song are real. I wrote it because no one is speaking for us. And it is important that we aren't marginalized, especially in times like these. Our voices deserve to be heard.” 

The visual premiere details the journey two different men: One who crossed the Mexican border, and another who is a Syrian refugee. Watch how it all unfolds below. 

Emilio Rojas Delivers Timely Pro-Immigrant Audiovisual In 'Walk Through Fire'  Premiere

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