“You learn a lot about people when you listen to the songs that mean something to them” – Anonymous

Being a solid prolific and cultic follower/lover of the diverse African heritage music arts, in the black community worldwide I am automatically predisposed to pay keen attention to all types of music genres ranging from, afro-beats/fusion, Jamaican dancehall, UK grime & rap, American hip-hop and any subgenre in between both in the underground scene and the mainstream.

In the current diverse era of popular music, and the Internet’s instant gratification of viral fame it’s hard to miss the message being passed on by our young blood, while most of it may be true half of it is fabrication to satisfy the unfortunate self distorted image of how it feels to be black, because in reality not all black people pop opioid pills, or mix lean (codeine) in their soda for leisure, sell narcotics for a living or have a ton pile of assault rifles laying around their homes  as constantly depicted by the so call mumble generation of rappers.

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