The Black Buddhist Slays With Metaphors and Punchlines In “Locked Up” (Audio)


The Black Buddhist strikes heavy in his new single “Locked Up.” The soulful backdrop holds its own tempo during bassline breakouts.

“I eat beats when it’s dinnertime,” is just a splash of the genius metaphors and punchlines delivered throughout the entire track, which is laced with distinct wordplay.

The Black Buddhist takes pride in spitting facts, for him it’s all about the message. During the climax of the record, audiences will grip the rash truths about black history to the present day. Although at times it feels like an impossible reach, it’s bravery to show an authentic self.

“Locked Up” is a refreshing dose of conscious rap that proudly displays the elements of Hip Hop. Stream the single above and connect with the international musician and producer below.