Black Thought Joins Sum On “Black Friday”

blame it on Patrick Glynn August 22, 2017

LA-based rapper Sum calls on Black Thought of The Legendary Roots Crew for his new song, “Black Friday” — a song from his Whatever Doesn’t Kill Me Better Keep Running dropping this year.

Sum described that song as “a liquid collective of creatives and concerned citizens, born out of the outrage and heartbreak caused by savage slaying of citizens by police, focused on realistic solutions and the tools that help create them” in a press email.

Teaming with Thought, the emcee was really just astonished that he could work with the legend and was appreciative of his verse. “There’s not much to be said about being able to rap on a track with the great Black Thought,” he siad. “He’s a pioneer, and I’m glad he’s finally starting to get more widespread recognition as one of the nastiest to ever do it. My guy Longbeard did his thing on the music, he’s a part of the extended Milky Way tribe and you’ll hear more from him sooner than later.”

Listen to “Black Friday” below.