Nick Grant Celebrates Black Women Of All Ages In His Latest Video

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In 2018, Nick Grant has expanded his brand through releasing a string of quality songs and videos to good reception. His latest video though may be his most thoughtful. The Walterboro, South Carolina native, dropped his single “Black Woman” just days ago, and now Heads get to see the visual treatment.

Off of his forthcoming mixtape Dreamin’ Out Loud (May 18), “Black Woman” professes Grant’s love for the uniqueness of Black women and the inspiration they’ve provided throughout his life. He also questions the stigma of Rap’s questionable historic attitude toward women.

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I love your eyes, the way you stare,” he raps in the earnest song. “I love your heart, the way you provide for whomever’s there / I promise I’ve got you, you never had a lot / How could I fault you for this / You the closest thing to God, yet we call you a b*tch / Black woman.” In the video, N.G. appears with Black women and girls to show that this message is expansive.

Like past artistic directions for Grant, this message and criticism of other male narratives in Rap mirrors themes in lyrics during the late 1980s and 1990s.

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Grant also took to Instagram to post a couple text pictures featuring lyrics from “Black Woman.”

#BlackWoman feat. @saintbarthe drops tomorrow! #DreaminOutLoud

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#BlackWoman feat. @saintbarthe Drops tomorrow #DreaminOutLoud

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“Black Woman,” which features Stacy Barthe (Nipsey Hussle, Joe Budden, The Game) is the third single from Nick Grant’s forthcoming Dreaming Out Loud tape. He previously dropped the singles “The Switch Up” (featuring Yo Gotti) and “96 Bulls.”