Tall Black Guy and Ozay Moore‘s new single “Black Is…”  celebrates and unpack the history of what it means to be Black in America with some help from DSTL, Sareem Poems, and Rich Medina.

The track opens on a grand note with some powerful words from DSTL and soulful production from Tall Black Guy. We’re then treated to back-to-back verses from longtime collaborators, Ozay and Sareem, who deliver an excellent lyrical tandem on the mic. They both deliver incredibly thoughtful bars filled with standout quotables, including Ozay’s “Despite the constructs, we construct better together/ Praise God for the melanin, it feel better than ever” and Sareem’s “Current state of things makes hope hard to see/ A hug and smile from my two boys changes everything.” 

“Black Is…” may be supported through your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform via Coalmine Records.



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