In a response to what is going on in Baltimore, Detroit’s Mike Posner pushes peace and harmony in his latest single, “The Voice Of The Unheard.” Bless yourself below.
“A riot is the language of the unheard.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
Mike Posner also wrote a letter on his site called What I’ve Learned About Being Black In America:
“Since the age of eight, most of my best friends have been black males. Making hip-hop music often landed me in Detroit ghettos because that’s where the other rappers lived. I was usually the only white person rapping in these cyphers. After graduated from high school I interned at a hip-hop radio station in Detroit where I was the only white intern. It was there I met Big Sean and became a part of his crew, Finally Famous, in which I am the only white member. Basically what I’m saying is, I’ve had extremely close friendships with many black males most of my life. From all of these friendships, this is what I’ve learned:
I have no idea what it’s like to be black in America.”