Hip Hop has always been considered an art form of expression, whether it be break dancing, vinyl scratching or rhymes laced on a dope beat with a funky or potent hook. Now with a twist of controversy, Motswana rapper, Young Black's artwork cover for his single that's dropping on Friday called Live Yo Life where he teamed up with Sasa Klaas aka Ms Hip Hop, has had people talking. I mean he is wearing a dress and a weave, it's always been said that a picture is worth a thousand words and this is cleverly done because the artist's objective is to send a message to everyone to live their lives according to their own standards and not what society dictates. The song is said to be a feel good song that says to you, simply celebrate life and not dwell on strife. That's not all either, Young Black has also shot the music video for the song already so expect that to come out soon after the song is out as well.
Peep his single that's also causing waves in Botswana right now titled Oska Wara so you can get accustomed to Young Black's sound, because truth be told he is here to stay.