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Devine Carama, “Martin Didn’t Die For This”

​In this tribute to the memory of the late, great Dr. King, Devine Carama lays out the self-inflicted ills that’s halting the progress of the civil rights era, all atop a beat dripping with post-civil rights era soul. From his upcoming EP The Dream Walker.

posted: January 21st, 2014, 1:04am



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