Karega Bailey shares "Peace King," more

If you don’t know Karega Bailey, get to know him. The Washington, D.C-based educator and artist is next in line as the most powerful, influential and politically minded emcee of our generation.
As a teacher by day and spoken word poet/emcee by night, Bailey has been running in circles trying to communicate a message of hope; hope for the future, hope for the younger generations and hope for justice. An award-winning poet, Bailey has devoted his life to sharing words that move people. Combined with soulful hip-hop beats and like-minded guest vocals, his music is of the highest quality. If you pass it up, you pass up the future of hip-hop.
In light of his older brother’s senseless murder, he penned a spoken word track, “For Black Males Who’ve Considered Homicide When They’ve Lost Someone They Love.” Upon one listen, it enlightens you to the type of person Bailey is. “Peace King” Is the title track from his upcoming album, which drops January 26, 2015. The hard-hitting hip-hop track lures you in from the first word Bailey utters and doesn’t let go. “I hope my music is a soundtrack to hope restoration,” Bailey says. “I call it Rhythm Restoring Hope. But in order to do so, I have to tell some ugly truths.”
“For Black Males Who’ve Considered Homicide When They’ve Lost Someone They Love” is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4Oi-2SzhLs&list=UUKJSLM948uOESLm6yE41loQ
“Peace King” is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idvREE5iRNA&list=UUKJSLM948uOESLm6yE41loQ
Visit www.karegabailey.com to learn more.