"'Son do you know why I'm stopping you for?' Cause I'm young and I'm black and my hat's real low? Do I look like a mind-reader sir, I don't know," Jay Z raps in the classic second verse of his chart-topping 2003 hit '99 Problems'.

Although one of the most quotable tracks in hip-hop to this day, hearing the words will turn blood to ice after the recent murder of Philando Castille, who was shot by police in Minnesota this week for a supposed broken tail-light, a day after Alton Sterling was shot by officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The videos have gone viral. Their names are now hashtags, and just like that, the cycle of police brutality continues.

Ending off the disheartening and devastating week, Arch Valenz from Toronto media hub The Screwface Exchange has carefully curated a new powerful mix for AbsolutelyBrilliant Radio to combat the evils that have left two young black men dead. When all else fails, let the music do the talking.

"As for the mix, I put together a series of songs that I felt were representative of today's modern black man in modern society," Arch said. "I started it with that little Wu-Tang snippet just to set the tone. Harassment y'know? Always harassing."

Hear AbsolutelyBrilliant Radio's Fuck The Police mix here.