Coming on the heels of offerings from Reef the Lost Cauze (The Prey) and Plies (We Are Trayvon), the latest Booth feature from reader fave GhostWridah finds the Miami emcee sharing his own reflections on the Trayvon Martin shooting and its larger societal resonance. On Skittles & Iced Tea, DJ Relly Rell‘s understated production sets the mood as the emcee calls on listeners to come together in solidarity against senseless violence and institutional racism. Singer Nehemie contributes a guest chorus. This poignant cut isn’t attached to any larger project but, as always, fans can keep it locked for further news and tunes from GhostWridah.
Written by richard on 04/6/12
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