The hardest thing to be in recent times is being 'black' in America. Between the police force across the country, the 44th president and even fighting within the culture, it seems the youth have the most to be in fear of.
Taking upon himself to use his music to be the martyr the youth needs, Frank Knight continues to push the envelope with his visuals as this time he teaches one young African American the history he so blindly needs to know.
With appearances from professional dancer Mercyy, Voiceless Music rising legend Bizzy Bee and the ever-vescent hood preacher Zeyi, its about 'reach one teach one' with today's powerful feature "Because I'm Black"
The Water of MuSa out now.