While few of us can hope to make the kind of impact Malcolm X did in his (tragically short) lifetime, we can all take inspiration from his unstoppable drive. On his Booth debut, an album cut leaked a few weeks ago, South Central up-and-comer K-Boy does just that, expressing his determination to elevate himself and his people “by any means necessary.” Rising star Kendrick Lamar provides moral support, joining the headliner over Sega‘s laid-back production. If you like what you hear, you can click here to peep the official video—as well as, of course, keeping it locked for the latest on K-Boy’s forthcoming Division Is the Gang mixtape.
Written by richard on 07/8/11
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