"Black KKK" is the newest track from DC-based artist Big Flock. An interesting title to say the least. When I first saw the title, I eagerly anticipated where they were going to go with it. When asked of the song's genesis and inspiration for its title, via Noisey Music, Flock answered: "My life inspired me. My daughter, the death of my brother Christopher (CDiddy) Smith. My father's health is very bad. Just everything happening in my life right now. As far as the song's name, it makes you think I did it for my men, for the youth going through the struggle. We are tired of being overlooked so we going rise up like the KKK. And even though we're black, we sometimes hate the black people who mess up our culture if you get what I'm saying."
The track is straight hood as fuck and isn't really something you'd expect. That's a good thing, by the way. Flock's The Great Depression drops tomorrow.