So whilst the xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa raged on last year, Gidimob, the Lagos collective straight out of Nigeria, commissioned their artist to say some things about the issue. Peter Clarke really impressed me with the delivery timing and the lyrical systemics with which he approached the subject matter of the track aptly titled Hate. This video took too long but I am glad that they still put it out and made a simple yet classy picture. Putting Peter Clarke on the podium goes in tandem with the first person position he speaks from in his raps and that Mother Theresa sample was just a beautiful icing on the cake. Not your average music making the club rounds but definitely something to bump in the car or to chill with. Y’all need to watch this to understand why I love the cut.

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