Black Enough

Black Enough (Prod. by Oakley 808)

Tedical

97 (2020)

Intro (Steve Biko)
Quotes from Steve Biko's black consciousness speech.

Verse (Tedical)
I’m black enough to live in the cities
I’m black enough to drive a Mercedes,
To marry a Caucasian, I’m black enough to live a decent life.
I’m black enough to be a millionaire, I’m black enough to top the Forbes list and make my folks rich.
I’m black enough to be Jesus Christ I’m black enough to breathe with the monarchs
that get ordained by my principles look,
I’m black enough not to be afraid of heights or get overlooked.
I’m black enough to for wisdom, intelligence and to write a book.
I’m black enough to see technology as primitive,
I’m black enough to critique white people’s work as gibberish.
I’m black enough for winning, surviving the final hour,
I’m black enough for peace, prosperity, peeks and power,
I’m black enough to be taken serious when I call the cops,
And not resemble a criminal every time the rock crack,
Black enough to build a school in the white shacks,
I’m black enough for your respect.
I’m black enough to think that I am black enough to walk around the mall barefooted,
I’m black enough to think that you violent because you white.
I’m black enough to make a wrong a right,
I’m black enough to get away with the murder of my ex-wife.
Or get incarcerated for two years when a white man who stole some car keys will spend the rest of his life behind bars,
I’m black enough for escaping justice and get favored by jurisdiction cause I can pay the judge for a life time, oh look
I’m black enough to not pay what I owe you,
I’m black enough to keep your land so I’ll forever own you,
I’m black enough for anything leviathan and glittering,
I’m black enough to marry with Mariechan cohabiting.