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Big Narstie and Papoose release a music video for their “Black Is My Colour (Black Pride) [Remix]” single featuring Kofi

Big Narstie is an iconic British rapper. Papoose is a well-respected emcee from Brooklyn, New York. Not too long ago, they released a music video for their “Black Is My Colour (Black Pride) [Remix]” single featuring Lover’s Rock singer-songwriter, Kofi.

Big Narstie & Papoose – “Black Is My Colour (Black Pride) [Remix]” single featuring Kofi

Unleashing a powerful message delving into the deep-rooted history of Black British culture, Big Narstie uses his frank, immaculate lyricism to underline pride in both dealing with racism and prejudice, as well as the achievements made despite attempts to hold the community back. Matching Narstie, Papoose effortlessly delivers a string of impactful bars, “This weather’s too cold, take me back to Africa brother. The tropical people, we get even blacker in summer.”

‘Black Is My Colour (Black Pride) [Remix]’ is also a monumental rework of Kofi’s smash, “Black Pride.” The relevant tune finds Big Narstie and Papoose referencing their experiences growing up as part of the Black community in the UK and US respectively. On a grand scale, “Black Is My Colour [Remix]” serves as a poignant reminder for listeners to celebrate Black pride throughout the year. Plus, the tune is an essential contribution to Black History Month, which is celebrated in the US.

Big Narstie & Papoose

Big Narstie & Papoose on stage performing

“I’ve always embraced my culture, it’s man’s heritage! I’m proud to come from South London and my Black British experience growing up in Brixton. Also, I’m proud of my Jamaican roots. Big up everyone – Caribbean to the UK to Europe to Africa and beyond. BDL (Base Defence League) will continue to rise and drive our culture. Most of all big up the legend, Kofi, for blessing this version of the same, still relevant message she put out back in the ‘80s. This revolution will be seen on TikTok as well across the nations!” – Big Narstie explained

There is perhaps no bigger personality across screens and radio waves right now than Big Narstie. His name is cemented in the upper echelons of the UK rap world. To date, Narstie has amassed close to 100 million Spotify streams and 44 million views on YouTube.

Furthermore, Narstie has swiftly developed his recent BAFTA award-winning, The Big Narstie Show. And late last year saw the first of his national radio shows on BBC R1Xtra – with future guests including Ed Sheeran. As the BAFTAs, RTS Awards, and National Reality TV Awards mount up, Big Narstie delivers an important record for the culture to remind everyone that he is still very much on the front line.

“Black Is My Colour (Black Pride) [Remix]” single

Big Narstie & Papoose - “Black Is My Colour (Black Pride) [Remix]” song cover art

We recommend adding Big Narstie’s and Papoose’s “Black Is My Colour (Black Pride) [Remix]” single to your favorite hip-hop playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment – the hot spot for new music. Furthermore, always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).

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