Philadelphia artist, Chase Allen, shares his thoughts on past and recent events surrounding racial injustice in America.
Speaking first hand from a Black man in today’s society, he drops raw lyrics from his own experiences and personal thoughts of how he feels about how Black lives are treated in our so called, “Land of the free.”
With lyrics like: “Black man lives are being wasted,” “Wish I could talk about the block and the streets, or when that time my homie got shot by police,” and “All I could think was Marcus Garvey was right!” – we get reminded how so many Black injustices in this country go unnoticed in this high energy track.
Listen to, “Emergency,” below, and check out more music from Chase Allen via SoundCloud.
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