J'Moris Ft. D. Hewitt, 254 Assassin Delivers A Powerful Message "BLAC AMERIKKKA" The social justice revolution is happening right now before our very eyes. Black people are making their voices heard from every corner of the nation for their disdain of police brutality. Three rappers J'Moris, D. Hewitt & 254 Assassin from Hillsboro, Texas has a important message they would like to share called "Blac Amerikkka." This crisis has affected large urban metro areas to small towns. The lyrics in the song inspects the correlation between the black community and current racial tensions throughout the country. It seems like we always know what to say until it's time to say it. Every day is a constant battle, a constant struggle. We see police. They see us as trouble. Shit, when's enough gonna be enough? They treat us like we're the problem, and then we become the victim they say we cry about it. But when we stand up for what we believe in they make sure we die about it, and they leave us there. I mean, when you're gonna continue to kneel on our necks we can't breathe. That shit don't fly with me. I'm tired of it." The raw, unfiltered black and white visuals directed by ShotbyLloyd gives grim look how hhis crisis has affected not only large urban metro areas but small towns also. Recommended: CHRISTIAN RAPPER CELLUS HAMILTON PUSHES CONCEPTUAL BOUNDARIES WITH SINGLE \u201cSAME WAR\u201d J'Moris, D. Hewitt and 254 Assassin last collaborated on "Alien", which was featured on J'Moris's full-length "Blac February" album. J'Moris has released 5 EP's, 3 singles, and full-length album,\u00a0Blac February (released Feb 7,2020), an autobiographical 15-track collection that flows like a classic. His latest single\u00a0Off the Porch,\u00a0(released 08\/14\/20)\u00a0is a certified jolt of adrenaline and a taste of J'Moris's realness. When asked about the meaning of the term, J says\u00a0"Off the Porch means I'm not dependent on my parents. I'm out of the house and in the streets grinding. Basically, you put in work and didn't wait for handouts. Since you're in the streets grinding and putting in work, you've "jumped off the porch." .