Daddy Grace is one of L.A. rap’s progenitors, and he’s cementing his place in Hip-Hop history with “Black Cream”. It’s the latest single off his upcoming solo debut, 'No Hip Hop For Grown Men', and it arrives with some fresh new visuals to match the track’s O.G. slick talk.
Heads know that Daddy Grace has been in the game for a minute, but they also know that those years haven’t affected his hunger. Whether going by Born Allah or Lord Mustafa, or running with Tabernacle MCz or Movement Ex, he’s maintained his unique flow & huge personality.
That much is apparent in the video for the funky banger, “Black Cream”, which is directed by Wackoe. It centers on the fly fashion (that leather jacket, though) and sharp rhymes from the West Coast Hip-Hop veteran, who is most definitely on some kingpin shit here. With good reason, of course, because as the hook goes: he’s a “strong Black masculine man”.
You’ll find “Black Cream” on Daddy Grace’s upcoming solo debut album, 'No Hip Hop For Grown Men', which is set to feature the likes of Planet Asia, Chali 2na, Luckyiam, & more.
Grab your cane, tip your hat, & watch the visuals for “Black Cream”. 'No Hip Hop For Grown Men', which is now available for pre-order via iTunes | Amazon | Google Play, is set to drop September 9th via Daddy Grace’s own imprint, Church of Hip Hop & Financial Prosperity, and will be available through through all major digital retailers and streaming outlets.