One of Prohaize’s most unapologetically controversial singles is directed by Chad Tennies. It paints vivid truths of contemporary enslavement through social, economic, and self-inflicted suppression of the black race. The soulful harmonies of singer Levii Turner in conjunction with the brilliant production by Bryce JB Thomas take listeners on a journey of intimate self-reflection and inspirational change. Accompanying brand new material, “Wade in the Water” will be re-released on Prohaize’s untitled body of work coming this winter. Prohaize will be running on-foot from Atlanta to New York to combat police brutality starting September 20, 2015 through a campaign called Justice Trail. To learn more about this journey, read his conversation with AFROPUNK by clicking here.
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