What is the role of a white person in the struggle of black people fighting injustice? That's the question posed by Ben Haggerty, better known as Macklemore, as he puzzles out his own role as a white artist in love with hip-hop on a new song called "White Privilege II." Macklemore & Ryan Lewis released the song as a free download overnight via a website that also offers links to "supporting black led organizations". Macklemore questions his own art and other white artists who take music with roots in the black community and find pop success with it. "You've exploited and stolen, the music, the moment The magic, the passion, the fashion, you toyed with The culture was never, yours to make better. You're Miley, you're Elvis, you're Iggy Azalea. Fake and so plastic, you heisted the magic. You've taken the drums, and the accent rapped in. Your brand of hip-hop, is facist and backwards That Grandmaster Flash should go slap you, you bastard. All the money you made off the watered down Pop bulls*** version of the culture pal"