Hard-working independent rapper Tdot iLLDude returns with his new single “Really Love Me”, a heartfelt and reflective track that explores the exploitation of African American culture, social injustice and the daily struggles black people have to overcome.  Backed by a dreamy and somewhat ethereal soundscape made up of rich textures, dark pads and punchy drums, Tdot delivers a poignant and profound performance ripe with thought-provoking lyrics like  “It’s still apparent, Crackers still fear us/ Shoutout to the ones that show respect when they get near us yea/ They set limits we ain’t have limits/ This that real shit we ain’t have gimmicks“. He is also joined by artists Symba and Tish Hyman who add their own two cents to the track. Symba gets candid with lines like “It’s like I was designed to deal with bigotry/ Cause all the good I’ve done gets erased by white supremacy/ Josiah Henson tried to buy freedom the cut his cost/ Then we wrote our history, started calling them uncle Tom” and Tish ties it up with an assertive melodic chorus.


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