Kil Ripkin releases his second single “Blackout” off his M.O.R. (Medulla Oblongata Rap) album, which is 17 tracks strong.
“Blackout” utilizes a myriad of terms using the word “Black” as an adjective in reference to status, law and stereotypes. This lyrical banger is for the thinkers. Kil spits knowledge, while using metaphors and similes throughout the track and also captures the full essence of Hip-Hop over this infectious beat produced by Jah Freedom.
“Where were you when the lights went out?”