It’s Black History Month and the first visual on the day is bought to you by Lenny Harold ft The Izm with Mayday. In a tribute to all the young, African Americans that have lost their lives to police and gun violence in their communities. Lenny Harold brings an emotional presence to the song and his message, while The Izm sends an eerie reality to touch your soul. Using the hashtag #BLACKLIVESMATTER, pictures came from all over to be featured in the visual. A job well done and what other way to honor Black History Month than in song.
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Though this is my high school rival’s new anthem [1 time for Scotch Plains/Fanwood High], I have to admit the students of Plainfield High School have outdone themselves. With a collective of current students, they give their updated version of what their school anthem should be about! Who doesn’t love a trap beat, with a nice melody and charismatic vocals? These students have set the bar high by recording a video! Kudos! Watch here.
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Negros Americanos took the time to give back to their community with a scholarship fundraiser. The objective was to inspire the youth to get back into school and get educated. The motivation being 100% of all monies raised were donated to a student for the cost of books. This is an extremely commendable act for the rap duo out of Plainfield, NJ home of George Clinton.
Negros Americanos is a rap duo that can rap in Spanish as well, even though they are not native speakers. Spending a year in Panama to learn the language, they’ve taken what they’ve learned. Bought it to the states full blast with a South American following and a new love for Panamanian culture.