MASEKA SUSUBELI DROPS ANOTHER POETIC SONG TAGGED "WITNESS,"
The poetic Zambian artist Maseka Susubeli is back with another sound symbolism and metre track that was inspired by slavery, African slave trade, treatment and migration from their native land.
Produced by Eric under the Truth-On-Point record label, Witness is rhythm and poetry bound with inspiration. You can download it here.
These are lyrical miracles poetic calls When duty calls we look to the lord outta prison Sorry it happened for a reason And am bold that I had this chance but I’ll look up to God even when am a black man with sagging pants
Am a witness Am a witness Am a witness Am a witness look
In ocean’s wide domains half buried in sands lie skeletons in chains, with shackled feet and hands.
They are the black slave-ship swims, freighted with human forms whose fettered fleshless limbs are not the sport of storms.
These are the bones of slaves; they glean from the abyss, they cry from yawning waves, “we are the witnesses!”