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Proklaim Drops 'Righteous': A Hip-Hop Anthem Straight Out of Namibia!

Namibian rapper Proklaim unleashes 'Righteous,' blending boom bap beats with sharp lyrical prowess in a track that's set to redefine political hip-hop.

In the vibrant variety of global hip-hop, Namibian artist Proklaim carves out his niche with the release of 'Righteous,' a compelling single that showcases his lyrical depth and musical versatility. Drawing from a rich palette of influences, including hip-hop legends like Big Punisher, Jay-Z, and Lauryn Hill, Proklaim delivers a track that resonates with the soul of hip-hop while pushing its boundaries.

'Righteous' emerges as part of a recent collection of releases from Proklaim. 'Rightous' is a manifesto. Recorded at Pin Pushaz Studios and brought to sonic perfection by Audio Art Namibia, the single stands as a testament to Proklaim's journey through music and life. The track's essence is captured in the ethos of taking each day as an opportunity to advance, a philosophy that Proklaim embodies through his art.

The production of 'Righteous' was inspired by a beat that sparked a creative fire in Proklaim, urging him to pen lyrics that reflect on the concept of time as a gift and the importance of seizing the day. This message is woven throughout the track, offering listeners not just music, but wisdom.

Proklaim's appearance on MTV Base for his video "Kingz" is a precursor to the impact 'Righteous' is set to have on the hip-hop community. With a style that's both raw and refined, Proklaim stands out as a voice of reason in a genre often crowded with a narrative packed with the streets, women and money (but not always).

As Proklaim himself puts it, "time is a gift hence it being termed the 'present.'" 'Righteous' is more than just a single; it's a sonic embodiment of this philosophy, urging listeners to reflect, act, and move forward with purpose. With its release, Proklaim not only marks his territory in the hip-hop landscape but also invites us to join him on a journey of introspection and empowerment. Again, here we have the master of art known as Proklaim.

Genre: Boom Bap Hip-Hop, Political Hip-Hop, Rap

Mood: Edgy, Reflective, Empowering

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