Sa-Roc Adds Six Songs to ‘The Sharecropper’s Daughter’ Album
Written by 2DOPEBOYZ on May 21, 2021
Sa-Roc joins the deluxe occasion.
Seven months after the discharge of The Sharecropper’s Daughter, Sa-Roc has determined to replace her Rhymesayers debut with an additional six songs.
Taking the album to new heights, which is a feat in itself because it was already one of many higher albums from 2020 throughout the board, Sa-Roc continues to point out off her concise mix of thought upsetting commentary and razor sharp lyricism over manufacturing from Sol Messiah (answerable for the primary 5 songs) and Evidence – who laced the ultimate music, “The Rebirth,” which additionally options an unreleased verse from the late MF DOOM.
Press play beneath and you should definitely add the deluxe version of Sa-Roc’s The Sharecropper’s Daughter album wherever you get music.
On high of the deluxe model of the album, Sa-Roc has additionally launched a video for the lead single, “Wild Seeds.”
Directed by Aliza Brugger, the video follows the lyrical themes of “Wild Seeds,” whose verses are a testomony to the wonder, mysticism, and knowledge of the elders and ancestors who’ve guided and bolstered generations of Black girls via historical past’s assault and neglect. With a title impressed by the sci-fi novel Wild Seed by visionary writer Octavia Butler, the music serves as a celebration of ladies akin to Queen Nanny, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Reality and plenty of others, whose legacies inform future generations of their propensity to bloom underneath the harshest of situations.
“Similar to wild seeds, we stay unfettered and unbroken, including magnificence and immeasurable worth to a world that chooses to not acknowledge us,” Sa-Roc says, “however our very existence is the one acknowledgement we require.”