Mr. Muthaf*ckin’ eXquire & Madlib Connect on “Black Mirror”

Written by on July 7, 2020

Nearly a 12 months in the past to the day, Mr. Muthaf*ckin’ eXquire resurfaced after a two 12 months hiatus with a self-titled album. And simply final month, he stored it coming with Confessions of a Sex Addict, the place he touched on his love life and previous errors with girls after the delivery of his daughter.

Now, with a heavy coronary heart, the Brooklyn emcee has launch a previously-vaulted music he and Madlib created known as “Black Mirror.”

“I did this music with Madlib awhile in the past. I wrote this about Black Masculinity and my relationship with my three uncles (London, Flex and Shango),” eXquire says. “Two weeks in the past I really misplaced my Uncle Shango. If you realize me carefully you realize my uncle was my the whole lot. I most likely cried extra tears than I ever have in my life the previous two weeks. Nonetheless can’t imagine he’s gone. I’m crying whereas I sort this. However I really feel him inside my spirit on a regular basis. It was onerous for me to take heed to his voice on this file (I nonetheless can’t) however I spoke to Madlib and determined it could be therapeutic to launch it. It was certainly one of his favourite songs of mine. Love you eternally Uncle Pop. I’ll NEVER FORGET YOU AS LONG AS I LIVE.”

Included on our newest Weekly Dope playlist, the music will be heard under.

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On prime of “Black Mirror,” eXquire additionally launched a music known as “Bootlicker (Burn Child Burn)” for everybody impacted by police brutality with all proceeds from the file being donated to The Bail Project


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