Add-2 is a poetic emcee from Chicago, Illinois. Not too long ago, he released a music video for his “The Secret Life of Blacks” single featuring Koku Gonza.
Add-2 – “The Secret Life of Blacks” music video featuring Koku Gonza
“Spending summers at my grandmother’s, ten of us. Baby watch yo’ hand, ain’t no fan covers. Shared covers, man (man). Jet, Ebony, and Essence. Get caught cussing now my cousin like I’m telling. ‘Ooooooo! I heard Andre cussing! He said the S-word, the B-word, the F-word. He definitely said the f-word!’” – lyrics
‘The Secret Life of Blacks’ is a snapshot of Black life in America in 2020. The Cam Be-directed audiovisual displays joy, pain, struggle, and love through the eyes of the Black experience using portrait and landscape photography styles. Also, the video was inspired by the works of Gordon Parks, Roy DeCarava, Moneta Sleet Jr., and other legendary Black photographers.
“Calling women hoes ’til we end up having daughters. I guess they call it karma.”
‘The Secret Life of Blacks’ contains a Black-driven narrative, mellow delivery, and real-life raps. Also, the likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation scented with a nostalgic hip-hop aroma. Furthermore, “The Secret Life of Blacks” is featured on Add-2’s latest album, entitled, “Jim Crow the Musical”.
“Jim Crow the Musical” album
We recommend adding Add-2’s “The Secret Life of Blacks” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.