Johnny Crown is known for being the voice of the people, so at a time when there is a public outcry against the social injustices plaguing the Black community–of course, the Brooklyn-bred MC stepped up to deliver the message.
Breathing of fresh air to give us all hope, “Black Lives Matter” is armed with lyricism you just need to hear and an irresistible blend of dope beats and powerful hooks, Johnny Crown combines vintage Hip-Hop, Soul, poetic lyrics, and a message.
The release of his latest single comes five days after Crown dropped his initial track inspired by current events, “United States of Hell.”
For those unfamiliar, Johnny Crown broke down the doors on the underground scene with the release of his debut project, Drunk. An ode to being intoxicated off of life, Drunk served as the perfect introduction to his sophomore project, The Coolest Prince in the Jungle, which highlighted Crown’s love of Afrobeat, before the release of his first project focused on the social climate Shine Your Light. His latest project, Fear Don’t Live Here Anymore serves as a dose of love at a time when there is uncertainty and unrest.
“Fear Don’t Live Here Anymore is an affirmation of the times,” Johnny Crown said. “Where there is a pandemic and everyone is scared and panicking, I’m basically injecting Love into our atmosphere through the vibration of music with the intention to eradicate fear.”
Not only is Johnny a proven, talented musician, he is also a comic book creator, kids book author, actor, a stand-up comic also a mentor for Tina’s angels and Richards warrior a non-profit organization created by Beyoncé’s mother Mrs. Tina Knowles-Lawson and her husband Mr. Richard Lawson.
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