This generation black women have openly questioned if black men really love black women or do we see their white counterparts as the ultimate prize when black males make it big. Wale shared a heartfelt song to all the beautiful black women "Black Is Gold" via Soundcloud. He deeply expresses how black women skin tone is so radiating and beautiful. He mentions actress Lupita Nyong\u2019o serving as a inspiration, along with Viola Davis and Issa Rae rapping over a sample of D\u2019Angelo\u2019s classic tune \u201cLady.\u201d "Uh, look, hey miss lupita Hope you know you inspired the future women for us Don't know your vibe really, just know that your mother Kenyan Just know that that melanin mesmerizin' in every picture God true, hey miss ducky, hey I think your hair is amazin' but brain is even greater Don't ever let what people say ever convince you, ay babe No when hella actors black facin' trial players God true, hey Viola darlin' I see you shinin' with shine, thought I should rhyme about you 'Cause you body the monologues and you care 'bout us Get away with murder every time you red carpet God true, hey miss Isa Ray Beautiful , leave her with shit to say We should meet today, maybe out at Best Buy Lorain's high, still I'm proud, Isa's a savage actually eats tonight, right" Wale's song is anthem for this new generation and hopefully is serves an inspiration. Listen to Black Is Gold below.