While the track speaks very specifically of two particular historical struggles, Nissim hopes the message will be heard universally. “I think it’s relatable to all people,” Nissim continues,”[The] reason being that we all have personal slaveries and spiritual genocides to the soul and self, and we need the proper focus and strength to be able to move on and say ‘never let it happen again.’ ” He also hopes that the track will encourage more African-Americans and Jews to think critically about the similar persecutions both peoples’ have endured throughout history and allow them to find more common ground and unification. “I think the fact that I as an individual embody the struggle of both groups is very unique,” he says, “And it could be a platform for discussion in a world that seems to sometimes purposely forget about our past.”
Check out the AllHipHop premiere here:

Leave a Reply