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P. Blackk picks "Brainz" with his latest video

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Columbus' P. Blackk follows up his last video, "Anim Blakyaw," with "Brainz," the second single from his upcoming Blackk Friday set to be released on November 25th.

In the clip, Blackk delivers his lyrics over a sparse but militant track in a dark classroom with various images of African-Americans throughout history that span from the 1960s through more modern times.

Blackk challeneges the listener to dig deeper and strive for more while insisting that "America is scared of a real n***a with a brain." He also points out many of the contradictions in today's society, citing how Blacks love chains and whips although they were once bound by them and also how rock and roll is hated but was founded by Blacks.

The video closes out with commentary from Kathleen Cleaver in regards to Black hair and its allure to those outside of the race.

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