Awwwright Now - Kinsey: A Memoir Listening Session

"Every generation you have to figure out what's stacked against you, for a chance to make it out."

In the song Awwwright Now, I wanted to explore, the traps, much like Mario from Nintendo's Super Mario Brothers, so many people, so many queer people of color, feel like, "if only I had the information, the access, the opportunity, the resources, I'd be in a better position."

The 2020 Census promises to make more of our needs heard. More heard, where we don't have to fall victim to the traps, or fall through the cracks.

Prod. by @WillieBeemen

Shot + loved by @ashleycbattle

Shot + loved by @Bitvisuals

Cut + loved by @elleCOLUMBO

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