In the politically intense climate worldwide, "Society II" by African-American rapper 'Psychogen' and Africa's iconic neo-soul singer/songwriter, P-Hypha couldn't be more culturally relevant and timely, citing the unity of 21st Century Pan-African youths towards #Agenda2063. In a time when the issue of slavery sensitively erodes deep into conversations, in a world where disinformation of facts continue to deflect the obvious; in a society where love seems to lost, "Society II" re-instills SOLIDARITY and the pursuit of total freedom and liberty from all forms of neo-colonialism and mental enslavement.
For all those who think hip hop is dead, think again! "Society" by American rapper Psychogen featuring Pan-African music artiste, P-HYPHA is a song about the bright future of the black people all around the world. Dubbed as a 'Pan-African Theme Song', "Society" talks about the unity of black people across the world and the establishing of a united & prosperous Pan-Africa where inclusiveness, socioeconomic growth & women rights thrive to make our SOCIETY a better place for the black man. It's produced by American producer Carigamist and features exclusively on TIDAL.