- Artist: Hasan Salaam
- Track: Father's Day
- Producer: Craig Rip
- Album: Life in Black and White
For some, Fathers Day is a fun occasion marked by family time and togetherness. For those who, like Hasan Salaam, spent most of their childhood without a dad in their life, it's only a source of painful memories. Making its world premiere on our front page, the latest single off the Jersey repper's newly-released LP finds him reflecting on the havoc his father's neglect and subsequent absence from his life wreaked on his mental. Complicating things further, the man who helped bring him into this world was a Caucasian utterly unprepared for the issues that would come with raising a mixed-race son. Craig Rip provides a melancholy instrumental backdrop for the artist's bars. For this insightful jam and much more, cop Hasan's Life in Black and White LP, out now via Viper Records.
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