Ohio emcee/producer Vice Souletric rounds up Talib Kweli, G. Huff and Will Blaze to collaboratively paint his own production credit – 4+ minutes of blunt honesty. Shouldn’t all hip-hop be honest anyway? What’s offered here just happens to be a bit more necessary in 2016, while living in one of the craziest, most selfish time periods surrounded by injustice and assassination. “Return of the Black Man” is a shot of hope for any black man struggling right now and experiencing any drop of mistreatment, all the while offering a crash course on being a black male in America from first hand experiences for those still blind.
Though music is only one of many mediums to relay information on such issues, we hope it raises that much more awareness to those listening. Aside from that, it’s good music. The music is what brings us here. The message is what keeps us here.
Vice’s forthcoming ‘Vice For President 2: There’s No Tomorrow Til You Wake Up’ is set to be released on 2/26 via United Grind (Vice’s own imprint). If this single echoes what the LP will offer in total, this is something special. Just mark the date – you will not be disappointed. Enjoy the single. Be kind to somebody today. Peace and love!
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