Rootwords – My Identity feat. Larynx by RootwordsMusic


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Song taken from the new EP “Inappropriate Behaviour”

Inappropriate Behaviour is a project that was initiated by Rootwords who wished to give Hip Hop fans exclusive songs inspired by different trends such as the classic boom bap, trap, and modern rap. In the purest spirit of Hip Hop, he hit up several beatmakers who each have their own unique sound and universe, along with some special artists to lay their vocals on his new songs.
Consequently, Inappropriate Behaviour turned out to be a project of international proportions with collaborations from no less than four continents (Africa, America, Asia, Europe).
One song of this new EP will be released every 25th of the month, starting from January 2016. It will be available for free download along with a video shared on various social media platforms.

“I am an American citizen of Zambian origin, and even though I do not live there at the moment, it is only natural that I remain concerned about what goes on in the “land of the free, home of the brave”. My Ghanaian brother in rhyme Larynx lived in New York. We both lived in Switzerland and London together, and so we have a broad understanding of our true identity. Our African parents instilled in us a strong sense of pride concerning who we are, and where we are from. We are therefore capable of seeing the lack of “knowledge of self” which plagues our brothers and sisters in foreign lands, and we are conscious of the consequences that this has on our community.
On a classic Hip Hop beat by GR! & F (Sparring Partners), this song depicts the unfair world of violence, robbery, police brutality, abuse, lawlessness and hypocrisy that we face as Africans who are not at home.”

Audio credits
My Identity feat. Larynx
(J.M.Nkowane, F.Nwaneampeh, D.Dos Santos)
℗ 2016 Kinyama Publishing
© 2016 Kinyama Records

Beat by GR! & F (Sparring Partners)

Video credits
Video edited by Rootwords

© 2016 Kinyama Sounds


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