Featured Artist of the Month
Black Native is a lyricist whose goal is to redeem the south. He plans to bring a principle of balance to the uneven genre of hip-hop music.
His southern roots run deep, as he is originally from Mobile Alabama, however with both parents in the military he has had the experience of living in various cities in the United States, as well as abroad in Germany and South Korea. He graduated high school from the D.M.V. area and returned to his home state of Alabama to become a double alumni of Alabama A&M University. Where he studied psychology and earned his master's in psychology in 2012. He has been making music since 2007.
His creative lyrical flow showcases a captivating audio-visual of southern living involving compelling stories like that of the southern rap duo Outkast, social commentary and activism like that of rapper’s Common or Mos Def, and intelligent lyrical wit and creative subject matter like that of rapper Lupe Fiasco. All delivered confidently in his distinctive southern drawl reminiscent of southern hip hop artist such as T.I. Black Native’s agenda as an artist is to demonstrate that being southern does not decrease a lyricist’s content nor ability.
Black Native has previously released two mixtapes, Inuk Chuk and The Goatee. Most recently he has released an album of all original productions entitled Furious Styles with a lead single “Black Confederate”. The single has led to an interview for WAMU 88.5’s Bandwidth.fm as well as being featured on “New from the DMV” on WKYS 93.9 FM website.
Vibes and Vino calls Black Native “The needed voice of the South.” He is an artist on a mission, hoping to re-establish a balance of lyrical leisure and depth to the hip hop genre.
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