Originally written in response to the election of Donald Trump, rapper MH the Verb uses lyrics to reflect on the anger and pain of people marginalized in America on 'Afronaut' album standout "Yo America." The song's video treatment can be given a watch below.
A continuation of the "Traffic" music video, "Yo America" follows the character of the 'Afronaut' as she explores a deserted warehouse full of books and learns more about our world, tracing Black History through a futuristic lens, while offering hope in the face of despair.
Available now on all digital platforms via ArtHouse95/Four Finger Distro, the 'Afronaut' LP serves as the starting component of a conceptual, multi-media project that tells the story of a Black sci-fi heroine from the future sent back in time to uplift, inspire, and empower our world.
MH The Verb & ArtHouse95 kick off their 2018 East Coast tour tonight in Maryland. Full tour dates are as follows:
- 2/16/2018 - FREDERICK, MD (Cafe Nola)
- 2/17/2018 - PHILADELPHIA (#VibeHouse, Private House Party)
- 2/18/2018 - CHAPEL HILL (Local 506)
- 2/21/2018 - PITTSBURGH - WPTS 92.1 (live on-air performance)
- 2/23/2018 - WEST CHESTER, PA (Sprout Music Collective)
- 2/24/2018 - HARRISBURG, PA (Millennium Music Conference, workshop)
- 2/24/2018 - PRINCETON (Terrace F. Club)
- 2/25/2018 - NYC (The Shrine, Harlem)
More info + tickets here.
Be sure to tune into Magz FM tomorrow (2/17/2018) from 2PM-4PM EST for a live in-studio interview with MH The Verb.