Baton Rouge, LA emcee Marcel P. Black demands freedom for his people as he releases his new video “Cry Freedom”, featuring KP Soul. This is the title track for his most recent 10-track EP and was produced by Joe On the Track. In the Joe Mexican-directed visuals, Marcel P. Black and his peers hit an empty lot of Baton Rouge to vent their frustrations. Black’s video also features some iconic footage of the late, great Martin Luther King Jr.
The song serves as a 2017 “Runaway Slave Hymn,” encouraging all oppressed people to fight for their freedom.
About Marcel P. Black
From the pulpits and street corners of Ardmore, OK comes Bryan Marcel Williams I aka Marcel P. Black (the emcee). Once a member of a underground hip hop collective, Black ventured out into solo territories and has been on a steady mission to revolutionize the way you think of, listen to and view hip hop music. Though inspired by multiple musical genres and great emcees, Black’s greatest influence as a hip hop artist can be found within himself. An ever evolving entity, Marcel P. Black at one time or another has been a misguided soul influenced by gang culture, an athelete, a band geek, a militant and a mentor but at all times has been authentically a man, authentically him.