It’s been over a year since North Carolina’s KAZE, a/k/a 4 Lettters released his Jersey in the Rafters mixtape. Well, the former Loud.com MC contest champion is back on the scene with a new song and video titled “No Agenda,” in promotion for the February 18th release of his Black Kennedy mixtape. Directed by Loot-Tenant Trax and produced by D.R.U.G.S. (50 Cent, “I Just Wanna,” Ludacris “Can You Buy That”), the visuals depict a politically activated KAZE, intermingling with footage of protests and other socially fueled iconography that highlight the problems of the world today. The Tar Heel veteran holds no punches when it comes to expressing his social ideologies. Keep yours eyes and ears open for Black Kennedy, which boasts production from the likes of Analogic, M-Phazes, D.R.U.G.S., Erv Ford and more.. stay tuned!
“Nah, I ain’t got no agenda, and I ain’t tellin’ you to vote for me in November/ And bet on propaganda that you won’t even remember, got a brother feellin’ like f— both contenders/ But big corporations, I refuse to take paper, so they can bend the rules and break laws as a favor/ Feed off the common man, exploit the labor, spill oil everywhere and clean it up later…”