“Black faces on ‘The First 48′ look like mine…”
Uttering the phrase “conscious rap” would likely steer anyone from checking out No Malice and Ab-Liva’s “Smoke & Mirrors.” Therefore, we’ll dub the track and visual as “cautionary rap,” music that serves as a reminder that the fast life often pushed through lyrics has a set of repercussions that aren’t always mentioned as well.
Expect to see the song featured on Mal’s Hear Ye Him and Ab’s The Truth Shall Set You Free.
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