After releasing Payday and Unfuckwithable, the BBnZ Label mates turned duo Kojo Cue and Dj Juls have released the third single off their highly anticipated project ‘This Earth, My Brother’.

The song which samples Fela Kuti and the voices of Kwame Nkrumah and Martin Luther King Jr. is nothing short of inspirational and revolutionary. Ko-Jo Cue spits his usual ‘uplift the ghetto’ lyrics over Juls’ anthemic beat complete with trumpets that sound like a call-to-arms.

The team lets the world know-in the words of M3nsa, whose ‘Anaa’ inspired this record- that even though “this won’t take [them] to the grammys or the oscars, shun the grammys and the oscars, this is for [the] brothers.” They also stress on motivating their brothers to break borders
and provide for their mothers.

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