Daddy Grace delivers a thought provoking gem aptly titled “Call Me” where he ponders on the struggles and tribulations attributed to being black in America. Speaking from both, his and a historical perspective the listener gets a first hand account of the true nature of the systematic marginalization of the black man from time immemorial.

It may be difficult at times, but the “Call Me” video is unfortunately a necessity given our country’s history, and current divided state of affairs.

Check out the visuals for “Call Me,” and go grab Daddy Grace’s No Hip Hop For Grown MenLP, which is now available via iTunes and all major digital retailers and streaming services, via Church of Hip Hop & Financial Prosperity.

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01. Black Cream

02. All In (feat. Jaisa’n)

03. Grown Man Barz (feat. Jaisa’n)

04. Daddy’s Home

05. B-Boy Anthem (feat. Agallah the Don)

06. Bar Work (feat. Soul King, Akimbo Slice & K.I.T.S. Crakin’)

07. Westside (feat. Lucky lam & J-Ro)

08. Call Me (feat. K.I.T.S. Crakin’)

09. Warriors Theme (feat. Rule)

10. Bang’s in the Head (feat. Chill 2na & Dirty Birdy)

11. 40 Dayz 40 Nites

12. The Pain (feat. Planet Asia)

13. Da Funk (feat. Akimbo Slice & K.I.T.S Crakin’)

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