Brownsville, NY based rapper  PATH P (Positioned At The Highest Point) makes his first appearance on TWIB with a profound and thought-provoking track titled “Nina.” The title is a reference to the late singer/activist Nina Simone.

Backed by a dark, haunting backdrop, Path P proceeds to speak on the current issues plaguing the black community since time immemorial. He looks at it from a refreshing lens and adds his own 2 cents as he tries to come to terms with the never-ending cycle of racial discrimination, police brutality, and much more. Just like what Simone said many years ago, artists are supposed to reflect the times and Path P is doing just that.

Amidst a global pandemic and the largest Civil Rights Movement in history, PATH P continues to stand committed to speaking to the nature of the times in his music. While under quarantine, PATH has worked on honing his music production skills while staying abreast of the racial and social violence, police brutality & discriminations taking place across the country – a social actuality that is anything but brand new to the U.S. American landscape – which informed the decision to create a new EP, Black 1derland to speak on these issues the best way he knows how: through his artistry. Black 1derland is due out on Friday July 31st, 2020 on all major streaming platforms.

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