B.L.A.C‘s prophecy extends itself to others gracefully within each record. Through his smooth, illustrative rhyme schemes, he instills us with encouraging words that push us to get everything we’ve ever wanted. Moreover, the emcee stresses the importance of living your truth and coming together as one. After all, unity amongst the human race creates a powerful force to be reckoned with.
Beyond the depth of his alluring lyrics, B.L.A.C also tells listeners never to let anyone dim their light. He seemingly signals us to shine on. In other instances, the “Rebellious Sound” curator opens up about former experiences that once challenged him. Yet, through it all, he came out victorious. His music’s primary goal is to become someone’s solace while providing the tools to thrive continuously.
B.L.A.C., meaning Beyond Limits Abilities Change, believes music is about the frequency and vibration that connects us all to the bigger picture. His tracks garner admiration from life itself.
His recent project, Love Me From Afar, is the perfect balance of enriching messages and unique instrumentals. The listen from start to finish makes one feel as if they’re attending a concert. Theme-wise, he covers the importance of positivity, togetherness, loyalty, staying conscious, and defying the odds. Additionally, he opens up about what he’s witnessed and been through. The beats pair spacey elements with R&B and hip-hop. His flows are the perfect depiction of versatility. Naturally, he crosses between laid-back, commanding, and singsong cadences.
One song from the project titled “Inner Space (feat. Tyra of the Universe)” finds the two positive forces serving listeners with important information that opens up our third eye. In B.L.A.C’s verse, he expresses the need to share common ground, stressing that we were taught to go against one another.
He raps, “Let love find its way in/Cause most been taught to hate from young/We’re born not knowing racism/We’re all born to live as one/Our energy is all connected to the universe above.”
Shortly after, he confesses to wishing he knew this information earlier on. But that’s precisely why he’s informing listeners through his music. Ultimately, B.L.A.C doesn’t want the truth hidden from our civilization. Explaining the history behind the false portrayal of African Americans, he spits, “their aim is to proclaim that we’re illiterate. Furthermore, the world knows that we’re a powerful force with unmatchable talents and smarts.
Tyra of the Universe guides us on this listening journey with a meditative approach. In summary, she pushes us to tap into our highest self and energy.
During his second verse, B.L.A.C sends us good wishes while we prepare to get through the tough times we often face.
He raps, “As you take a slow walk through the valley of the shadows/May peace be in your frame of mind.” Following this, the prolific rapper lists how to get over the hurdles you’re facing.
Elsewhere, B.L.A.C reveals the powers we truly possess before spitting rhymes about knowing the real from the fake.
He raps, “If they run out of words, their actions never lie.”
Before the song closes, he expresses how blessed he is to see another day.
B.L.A.C. fell in love with music when he began making mixed cd’s in his bedroom to playing music for his dad’s friends. Growing up, he aspired to create a “Rebellious Sound.” As the childhood dream failed and died off, his love for music and the desire to create his own music eventually grew.
His first recollection of making musical moment dates back to when he was 16. He recalls seeing several of his male peers making beats using sticks on helmets and trash cans and deejaying over them in high school.
Having no idea how to start, he called on his friend KingSize, who, unknowingly, would forever change B.L.A.C.’s future.
At the start of his musical journey, KingSize offered to help him write lyrics, and as a result, he ended up winning his first clash.
B.LA.C. gives his flowers to KingSize for his first victory and his musical beginnings.
“Music keeps me grounded, and I love when my messages within the music are received well,” he says.
On average, B.L.A.C has been told by individuals that his music has helped them through some dark moments and has given them life – this is what inspires him and drives him. Because of his effect on his listeners, B.L.A.C. is motivated to continue learning and improving to keep creating music that connects. Present-day, he is trying to put Bermuda on the map musically, with intentions to top music charts worldwide and be mentioned as one of the best to make music from his island, using non-stop teamwork, commitment, and making authentic music.