Do you know the scrutiny face by Black Conservatives in America? It’s such a divide one could compare it to the Sunnis and Shiite’s. As a Black American, if you believe that the government should be limited, abortions are immoral (An breaking up our families), that you have the right to bear arms, fiscal responsibility and personal accountability you are shunned from your neighborhood, labelled an “Uncle Tom.” Think of that, all for having a different view of life. Leo, attempts to paint this picture in his first Political Hip Hop album entitled “Freed From Mental Slavery.”
The album goes in depth with the monolith thinking and voting of Black America over the last 70 years. Leo Dunson calls those who continue to vote the same and seeing no results “Uncle Tom’s,” and Leo makes it clear that though he is a conservative now, his allegiance is to the plight of Black American progress on the song entitled “Voted For Trump, but I’m Pro Black.”
Let’s just be honest, nothing like this has ever existed or currently exist in the world. This musical album is a classic in that form along. Nonetheless, the beats are catchy, the hooks are witty and the topics are far beyond the norm of popular society. “Freed From Mental Slavery” is currently available at all online music retailers and streaming services to include ITunes, Spotify, Tidal, Google Play and others.
‘Freed From Mental Slavery’ available now:
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2R1J36U