Now this is dope, albeit maybe a little too forward-thinking for those who can’t wrap their heads around objects, organic and non-organic, outside of the box. It’s a great thing when incorporating customs and culture into music from one’s original country; it shows knowledge of self, which everyone needs a little more of. The song is off Shafiq’s solo, A-free-ka, which means infinity and boundless when broken down in kemetism. Don’t know what that is? Do your research! Spotted at eskay’s stomping grounds.
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