Upcoming Music Artist Anthony Bussell’s New Song ‘Grace’ Presents a Lyrical Image of Societal Collapse | Daily Music Roll
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Upcoming Music Artist Anthony Bussell’s New Song ‘Grace’ Presents a Lyrical Image of Societal Collapse

Artist Anthony Bussell recently came out with the song, ‘Grace’ that puts forward the hard image of the current living states of the Black community in America.

Grace

Hip hop and rap artist Anthony Bussell recently came out with the track, Grace that hits home with its lyrical and musical prowess. Making music with an aim and purpose, the artist describes the current living conditions of the Black community in the backdrop of social and political injustices in the United States of America. The song directly questions the polarizing stances of racial and political discrimination against African Americans through a series of events that took place in 2020. The video of the song also puts together a graphic montage of some of the most disturbing examples of humanity and society before our eyes. The artist’s vocal prowess comes to light through a captivating and impactful production of contemporary hip hop and rap styles.

Artist Anthony Bussell represents the whole of the Black community speaking against the ongoing realities of racism that still persists in modern America. Sad and surprising, especially the events that occurred last year brought about a major stir. Racial sabotage in America is an issue that never seems to cease. As people are moving more towards modern times, these issues seem to rise above all. The artist’s purpose is to contribute his share as a social representative and try to bring about change through music. His soundscape promotes inspiration and motivation that will lead to the moving of significant rocks in the times to come. Apart from being a musician, he is also an e-sport 2k streamer. Follow all his updates on YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter and experience the meaningful virtues of music all over again.

Song link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOWQ395N_B0