On “Crimson Cord,” using the album tracks as his paper, Propaganda writes a manifesto.
He drops knowledge on everything from how the American educational system tries to produce clones with a one-size-fits-all mentality to growing up black in a brown part of town.
If you decide to get the album, remember that Propaganda is primarily a poet.
Also, if you’re getting “Crimson Cord” hoping to zone out to some dope raps overs fresh beats, this album isn’t for you.
While it does have some good production, as with any Propaganda album, you gotta listen to the lyrics.
No, they don’t all rhyme. This album isn’t for your entertainment. It’s for your education. It’s an education on mp3, proudly sponsored by the good folks at HumbleBeast.
And as with all HumbleBeast albums, it’s available for free.
Download “Crimson Cord” below: