South Carolina record label drops uplifting single calling for end to black on black crime
Sab Young and EP's 'Can't Keep' from indie record label G-Whizz Productions LLC brings message of hope, peace in black communities
By: G-Whizz Productions, LLC
"Can't Keep" by rapper and songwriter Sab Young and his collaborator EP, known together as SC.OGs, is an uplifting rap single speaking directly to black youth about stopping the violence in their communities.
The song, released by independent record label G-Whizz Productions, is a rap anthem and a call to lower arms to anyone concerned about the safety of young black children in a violent world.
"It's time for the Hip-Hop culture to understand and accept that we face a major obstacle interrupting our elevation as a community," said Greg "GWhizz" Nesbit, CEO of G-Whizz Productions. "The inane shootings and bloodshed at bars, clubs, and community facilities cannot be our fate."
Nesbit said in addition to the senseless and untimely deaths of countless young African Americans across the country, black-on-black crimes hurt black-owned businesses and the black economy during what is already an extremely difficult time for small businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Faultless people are dying and our black-owned businesses are also suffering, affecting revenue streams for artists, business owners, and employees," he said. "We are praying for better days."
Can't Keep is now available at Spotify, Apple Music, and wherever songs can be downloaded. The lyric video for the single is in production and will be released in the near future.
Listen now to a sample of Can't Keep on the song's landing page at https://sabyoung.hearnow.com/
Learn more about G-Whizz Productions at https://www.gwhizzsc.com. Follow G-Whizz Productions on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @GWhizzSC.