AkaMicLarry is a Colombian born indie artist, freelance music producer, videographer and graphic design artist who has just dropped his visuals for ”George Floyd”.
AkaMicLarry who moved to London with his family when he was young as a refugee, sends out quite the powerful tribute to the sad loss of George Floyd. This song details exactly what happened and the absolute frustration with the local police force. The visuals here are striking with the the protests out in the streets and what is really going on out there.
”George Floyd” is a huge statement and the rhymes from AkaMicLarry are of like a freestyler who is making a raw song with tight flows. This is a Hip Hop charged video and song with a massive message of unity against atrocious acts against the Black community. Black Lives Matter and the huge support has left tremors blowing all the way around the world. Hopefully this song AkaMicLarry helps educate those that think with about anything else they have read or watched on TV.
Stream this new track here on YouTube.
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Black Lives Matter. There has been so much frustration over the systemic racism for centuries of African-Americans. The death of George Floyd sparked a fire that hasn’t stopped since. Millions want change and for it to happen now. We live in a world with a few too many divisive leaders and this is causing to fire to build and build stronger.
Rapper Mike Cambridge is here with his new single called ”how many?”. He is a very frustrated man and depicts exactly how so many feel right now. What happened to George Floyd could of happened to him. The time for change has arrived and voices are growing stronger and stronger each day.
Produced perfectly by Manny Manhattan this song will stand the test of time. The calls for police reform have grown so loud that something has to change. Let us all stand together, work in unison and change will happen. This is real Hop Hop that has been built out of the current time and has created a new movement of music.
Mike Cambridge has made his point and now it is time for the world to be a better place. No one should feel unsafe in this world because of their skin. Let’s make a better world together.
Stream this new track on Soundcloud.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen