Rising hip-hop act Clrconscience debuts his latest body of work titled "Strictly 4 My Negus" and while it's being touted as a mixtape, it feels more like a cohesive project than a collection of loose tracks. The project as the emcee puts it is actually inspired by 2 vastly different hip-hop albums that shaped him; Kendrick Lamar's 2015 album 'To Pimp A butterfly,' where Kendrick introduces the term "Negus" to the mainstream and Tupac's 1993 album 'Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z,' where the mc/poet addresses his take on the issues that plague African Americans.
Overall, the project is an unapologetic dive into the plight of African Americans and a reflection of recent events in his life.He dwells on his own black experience from childhood till present and the deep psychological effects of America's unbalanced social dichotomy. From tracks like "Open Season " and "On A Mission," to "Queen (Thank You, India Arie)" and Heartbeat," offers an experience for the audience that is sure to be felt. If there's anything to take away from this project, it's Clr's unshakable beliefs and passion for what he does, easily putting himself in a lane of his own right out the gate.