WHITE COLLAR PRISON Takes Aim at Corruption with Infectious Satire in “If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail)”

WHITE COLLAR PRISON ‘s debut single, “If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail),” This isn’t your average protest song; it’s a hilarious and thought-provoking indictment of white-collar crime, delivered with a theatrical flair that’s both catchy and convicting.

The song follows the spectacular downfall of Congressman Richard Dutch, a caricature of privilege and corruption. Through a series of cleverly scathing lyrics (“insider trading, fraud and the rest / Plus, all of those damning emails”), the narrative exposes Dutch’s illicit activities, from bribery to embezzlement. The playful banter between characters adds another layer of humor, highlighting the absurdity of Dutch’s desperate attempts to buy his way out of trouble.

“We wanted to shine a light on the double standards that often protect white-collar criminals,” explains songwriter Neil Garguilo. “The song uses satire to spark conversations about accountability and the inequalities within the justice system.”

The infectious melody and driving rhythm complement the satirical lyrics, creating a juxtaposition that underscores the depth of the song’s social commentary. It’s a demonstration of WHITE COLLAR PRISON‘s talent for weaving social commentary into an undeniably entertaining package.

The song isn’t just about pointing fingers; it’s a call to action. This line powerfully highlights the systemic flaws that enable the wealthy to evade accountability, emphasizing the unjust privilege they enjoy: “There’s a price for freedom / A million per diem.”

“The song is a bold statement that challenges the status quo,” says co-writer Gregory James Jenkins. “We hope it sparks conversations and inspires listeners to question the system.”

If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail)“, with its fusion of rock and hip-hop influences, sets the stage for WHITE COLLAR PRISON‘s exploration of social justice themes and heralds the thrilling start of their musical odyssey. This debut single offers a blend of satirical humor and introspective lyrics, providing a glimpse into what promises to be a groundbreaking musical experience.

Get ready to immerse yourself in a musical journey that will entertain, provoke thought, and compel you to challenge the value of justice.

Experience “If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (You’re Going to Jail)” below: