MC Bravado :”Unfiltered” (featuring Nitty Scott MC and others)

MC Bravado :”Unfiltered” (featuring Nitty Scott MC and others)

MC Bravado  on his new songUnfiltered” delves into the social construct of sexism and it’s double standard regarding women. Interesting to say the least.

 “Unfiltered” is the male and female perspective on a woman’s plight for approval and affection from men, in a society predisposed to sexism and a bias that often pressures women to fit an unrealistic and unsustainable physical and behavioral ideal. The song offers views from several vantage points and tries to explore the dichotomy of this issue in and honest and engaging fashion. “Unfiltered” features Nitty Scott MC, Real Deal, and Time Police, and is the first single off “Hip-Hop*”, the latest album from Baltimore’s bard: MC Bravado. The song was produced by EP of The Doppelgangaz and has cuts from DJ MooseJaw.

 
Hip-Hop* arrives 3/3, courtesy of Soulspazm, and features an all-star cast of collaborators, including but not limited to: Nitty Scott, OnCue, J57, KONCEPT, EP of The Doppelgangaz, PaceWon, DeeJay Element, Real Deal, and Teddy Roxpin. 
 
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