Sagittarius Black released this song about 1 year ago. I listen to this song and everything that happened with the trial and all I can think about is my son being raised in this cold hearted racist world. Spread the … Continue reading
Sag Black inspires on his take on the Trayvon Martin vs Zimmerman Trial. I am still disgusted at the verdict. My prayers go out to Martin’s family.People listen up. Listen to the message and pass t forward.
Such an amazing talent. This is my favorite live performance of Sagittarius Black. It witty,hard, and captivating. Cant wait to see Sag Black perform later this year,stay tuned.
SAG BLACK! Amazing lyricist. If Biggie was alive he’d love this. Brooklyn Stand up! Can’t wait to hear new ish from Sag Black.
“Im just livin livin life on the edge , N*ggas tryin to stop my bread” WORD! Throwback Thursday Sagittarius Black ft Yung Image on Livin Life on the Edge. This is for all those who wont let anything get in the … Continue reading
I love the lyrics on this song! I stay stylin. Sagittarius Black is my favorite rapper. He got witty lyrics and such a demanding presence through his music. I love the fact that his music is positive and the movement he’s pushing is Hip Hope. Its a beautiful thing. I know no other artist whose endured so much and continues to press forward. Truly an inspiration, you will rise in whatever you do. New project coming out soon. This was from his 1st album The Burden of Proof. #Brooklyn
A year has passed on the tragedy of our young brother. Never forget what happened. RIP Trayvon Martin Sagittarius Black created this song for you. This song had me in tears when I first heard it. Enjoy n pass it on.
Sagittarius Black gives us his storytelling skills in this heartfelt song about different situations & what you would do for love. Since then Sagittarius Blacks storytelling has improved and can be compared to Slick Rick or Biggie. I love this song. It’s also a Remix to Tupac’ s Do for Love.
Sagittarius Black, not only a lyrical wizard but also a mixing n mastering genius in the works. This man has tremendous talent. Working on future Bk Collectiv hit “Karma”.
In an industry that is now based on dumb down lyrics and idiocracy its refreshing to hear witty lyrics and fierce wordplay as executed by Sagittarius Black. For his recent Mixtape there are 5 of the most membrable quotes and their breakdown. Also download the Mixtape if you haven’t already at the link below.
Song: December 4th Remix
Line: “… Now I know why the caged bird sings, I’m on the verge of a breakthrough, breaking through ceilings, F$&@ feelings, everybody got em, steady running from Gommorah, often you find Sodom…”
Sag uses a Maya Angelou poem and biblical references to open the Ides of December EP. He tells us he finally feels free after escaping a bad situation he ended up in one that was worse.
Song: Put Ya Hands Up
Line: “Been fallin off Hip Hop, had to see the reverend, forget Wall Street, Heavy’s occupying heaven…”
Bam this track has another religious reference. Is Sag tryna take us to church? We don’t think so but it sets up the “Heavy occupying Heaven” line cleverly.
Line: “… Poll’s in, girls on poles and they posing, taking off they clothes and hop in jacuzzis… It’s 2010 Juicy!!”
Song: Most Heart
Line: “… They said the burden was minimal, my subliminals, too creative, indie native like a Seminole…”
Although it was a solid piece of work, Sags first project Burden of Proof wasn’t received as well as he would’ve liked. He reminds us he’s an independent artist and he’s not ashamed of it.
Song: Face in the Crowd
Line: “… Don’t give up, you have so much to give, more than a writer you’re a fighter with a gift, y’all don’t know I just wanna make you proud, til then I’m just another face in the crowd…”
This is the EP’s dramatic finish. Not clever in the least but Sag’s emotion is undeniable. He’s a fighter who’s never throwing in the towel.