We know Blaze from tracks like Money Train, Born and Raised and Making Money. He came through with another banger. I must say the hook to this track is catchy and its going to be playing over at my house all weekend long. The video does have some pretty dope cameo’s as well.
As long as I’ve known this man, he’s had crazy drive and a vision to progress. Judging by this video, Blaze surely has some more heat coming and I for one am excited to see what’s next.
You can also check out Blaze and his family in his new reality show, Hybrid Core. Be sure to also subscribe to his social media pages to get updates on all new episodes dropping. Also, do the right thing and cop those Hybrid Core tee’s before they sell out.
There’s a silence in the hood when the youth die and no one knows how to react when our moms cry. The pain in her heart is reflected in her stare, she’s living through her worst nightmare.
We just try to let our words soothe her, a comforting touch, a shoulder for her tears is all we got, though it isn’t much.
The father’s quiet, staring into space. He’s not used to showing emotion, but it’s showing on his face.
What the fuck is he supposed to do? HULK out? Let the anger flow through him, until he physically breaks down? It’s weighing on him, heavily and everyone says his baby’s new home is heavenly, but how does he accept it? What does he say to the woman who gave birth to the blessing he should have protected?
There’s a silence in the hood when the youth die. We used to live to survive; now we just get by. Any day could be our last, and yet we still try. Despite death, we celebrate life, with not a dry eye.
There’s a silence in the hood when the youth die, cause when they’re silencing the youth then the hood dies.
Met als wat aangaan in Suid Afrika en die wêreld is dit hartroerend om te sien dat daar nog artists is wat nie bang is om te praat oor die issues nie. Rassisme en GBV is maar twee van die topics wat Quin aanvat.
Produced by Quin Beat by Eustin Filmed by Quins Eye
A song of hope written by Charl Pilwan, Denver Damons, Mark Wainwright and Saint Peter Miller. During the craziest of times and a pandemic that shook the world, there was a dream, There was a vision and this is the birth child of a lockdown experience.
Song: Africa Listen Artist: Charl “BabyBoy” Pilwan Album: Africa Listen