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Lil Nas X, shirtless with a bright pink shirt over his shoulder and wearing bright pink shorts, leaning on the side of a train looking into the camera; credit Adrian Per


It’s me, Lil Nas X.

Music is the way I fight for liberation. It’s my act of resistance.

But I also know that true freedom requires real change in how the criminal justice system works. Starting with cash bail.

This isn’t just theoretical for me. It’s personal. I know the pain that incarceration brings to a family. And I know the disproportionate impact that cash bail has on Black Americans.

People like Vita from New Orleans, Kamren from Austin, and Leticia from Baton Rouge—their stories remind us why we must take action.

So I’m doing something about it and I invite you to join me. Ending cash bail is one of the most important civil rights issues of our time. Donate what you can to the Bail X Fund.

Let’s bring people home & let’s fight for freedom and equality.

Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X has joined forces with The Bail Project, a national nonprofit organization on a mission to end cash bail, one of the key drivers of mass incarceration and structural racism in the U.S. criminal legal system. Through the Bail X Fund he hopes to encourage other artists to join him and The Bail Project in the fight to end cash bail. All donations go directly into The Bail Project’s National Revolving Bail Fund to pay people’s bails. To date, The Bail Project has posted over $47M in free bail assistance for over 17,000 low-income people across the country. They also provide post-release support through court reminders, free transportation, and voluntary referrals for housing, substance use treatment, and other services based on a person’s needs. Make a difference today by donating to the Bail X Fund above.