Rapper/producer Hunnid tackles the delicate and sensitive topic of police brutality and systematic oppression on his new track titled “Hang On.” Backed by a cinematic and soulful backdrop, he teams up with fellow emcee Ceeno to bring the listener closer to the action. No punches are pulled as both rappers question the true motives of politicians whose policies have made the life of honest citizens less good and also look at how the racial inequality affects us all.


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Hunnid is an award winning urban artist, songwriter, producer and engineer based out of Chicago IL. Hunnid likes to keep himself diverse as an artist – covering all types of genres with his unique sound, ranging from Hip-Hop, R&B and Rap all the way to pop and afro-beat. Hunnid was born and raised in the Southside of Chicago, which is a neighborhood known for it’s poverty and crime. Because of this Hunnid is devoted to bringing light to the issues of his community and helping in any possible way. His music often references both the good and the bad of being raised in such an environment. However, his mission transcends music as Hunnid participates in any events that involves the progression of his community.


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