Like many rappers today, Nas is fed up with President Donald Trump and is letting his feelings be known. But unlike how many other artists have directed their anger toward Trump, Nas didn’t do it in a song. Instead, the rapper opted for an open-letter.

Taking to his Mass Appeal website, Nas began his letter by writing, “No time for lippin’ in the so-called ‘Trump-era.’” While the rapper said he doesn’t “pay attention to politics at the moment,” he claimed there was “a racist” in office.

“When you have the responsibility of being president and you carry on like, you send a strong message to people outside of your group,” Nas wrote about Trump. The rapper went on to say that Trump being in office doesn’t affect his work, but it does affect other people which in turn affects him.

“The way he affects people is what affects me,” he wrote. “I observe what’s going on and that goes into my creative process. The person himself, I’m not caught up with. I don’t even have time for Trump or Pence.”

He continued, “My focus is on what’s happening with real people in their everyday lives. How they behave, the decisions they make, and how that affects families… So I speak to the everyday people. I speak to everybody. If the people are bothered by it, I speak on it. If the people are bothered and want change, I speak on that.”

Nas ended his letter by giving fans some hope, saying regardless of who is in office, things can still be accomplished. “I’m doing all the things I ever dreamed of, even though there was a Ronald Reagan, even though there was laws that ruthlessly destroyed the black community, put tons of us in prison on trumped-up charges and put us in jail for a long time over crimes that other people get a smack on the hand for,” he wrote.

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“I see balance in everything, I have a cooler head because of it. If I could do that then, now we can save many more, ya dig?” Nas continued. “Especially in this day and age with all the resources we have, all the information of the Information Age, And that’s whether Trump’s in office or not. So, I don’t got time for lippin’. I got time for actions. Anytime I’m speaking it’s action.”

The rapper will be hitting the road in September for a 17-date tour with Lauryn Hill that will take the two across the U.S. and Canada. Check out the dates of Nas’ tour below:

Sept. 7 – Chicago, IL – Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Sept. 8 – Sterling Heights, MI – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre
Sept. 10 – Toronto, Ontario – Budweiser Stage
Sept. 12 – Boston, Massachusetts – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Sept. 14 – Camden, New Jersey – BB&T Pavilion
Sept. 15 – Bristow, Virginia – Jiffy Lube Live
Sept. 20 – Raleigh, North Carolina – Red Hat Amphitheater
Sept. 22 – Miami, Florida – Bayfront Park Amphitheater
Sept. 23 – Jacksonville, Florida – Daily’s Place
Sept.  27 – Houston, Texas – Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Sept. 28 – Dallas, Texas – The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
Sept. 30 – Austin, Texas – Austin360 Amphitheater
Oct. 3 – San Diego, California – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Oct. 5 – Los Angeles, California – Hollywood Bowl
Oct. 7 – Mountain View, California – Shoreline Amphitheater
Oct. 10 – Seattle, Washington – WaMu Theater
Oct. 11 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Pacific Coliseum