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Featuring Victoria Cross, hear the Baton Rouge emcees latest single, “Freedom Music.”

Marcel P Black has a day job and a night job. His day job is helping out those in need, talking and using his voice to alleviate fears and pains. His night job is helping out those in need, talking, shouting, yelling and driving home multiple points to let people push their fears and pains away. One requires a tie and a desk. The other requires a microphone and a voice.

At well over 6-feet tall and tipping the scales at 400 pounds, Marcel P. Black looks like an NFL lineman with the voice and diction of a baptist preacher. His upcoming EP 7 is due out later this month and the first single, “Freedom Music” carries pieces of the South, Baton Rouge and Black’s calls for change in one fiery package. The goal of the single according to Black is simple: articulate the pain & struggle of fighting against social injustices taking place in African America.

The Black woman is God per Marcel. First to defend, first to fight, first to support and more. As both verses from “Freedom Music” offer thoughts in regards to the plight of Black America, Marcel P Black keeps his head down and eyes low. He’ll keep firing and telling it how he sees it. A year after the world shed a spotlight on his hometown, he’s stepping forward to show off Baton Rouge even more.

Hear “Freedom Music” below.

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Brandon Caldwell is the founder & editor-in-chief of Day & A Dream. His work has appeared in VIBE, Complex, EBONY, the Village Voice, the Houston Press, Houston Style Magazine, DJBooth, The Sports Fans Journal, and more. Follow him on Twitter: @_brandoc

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