Consci8us | Black Lives Shatter

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Black Lives Shatter

by Consci8us

Black Lives Shatter in cities and communities throughout America. This is an American issue, not a Black issue. This song brings you into the trenches of the inner city and provides a potent remedy for rebuilding our communities.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Street Rap
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Consci8us is an innovator that aims to change the world through his gift of music. He is a music artist, educator and inspirational speaker from Oakland, California. Growing up in the East Oakland with his mother and older brothers, Consci8us recognizes that he is fortunate to have overcome the pressures and challenges of living in the inner-city. He is committed to sharing his talent of performing and speak- ing to inspire others to inspire. Consci8us wants to empower others to overcome obstacles like he did; making it out of Oakland to graduate at the top of his class from Sacramento State University.

My mission is to use “consci8us” music, media and education to change the world! The messages with- in popular culture and on social media are influencing our youth negatively! I am using my gift of music to redirect youth culture towards positivity. My goal is to help young people make a positive impact in their community by “staying consci8us”. Be a part of the movement, #StayConsci8us.

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