“As the hip-hop world becomes cluttered with Xanax raps and violent nonsense more and more, a group of fiery emcees with something real to say have dropped a new track.
Dive deep into the black struggle and racism of today on Rav.P’s latest banger with Knew Era and Whiiteboy — a Newark native. In the times where police brutality and racism are prevalent in our everyday conversations, “Idle Hands” helps tell the stories from the voices seldom heard.” – Vibe Magazine
“And you ask how the hell we survive through this madness…”
After releasing Good Vibes, Good Energy into the atmosphere last year, New Jersey’s Rav. P returns to the DopeHouse to touch on a subject that has become all too prevalent — and one that has been going on for centuries: racism in the Black community, police brutality and the uncomfortable cause and effect of white supremacy.
To get his point across, Rav enlists the help of fellow Garden State emcees Knew Era & Whiiteboy on the self-produced “Idle Hands.” – 2dopeboyz
prod by Rav.P
Art by Rick Egidius