Ramel Wallace Drops Video For Single “My Mama Black”

Ramel Wallace inhabits the mind, body & spirit of San Diego-based Hip Hop artist, local activist & respected community leader “Real J Wallace”. Best known for his work with AbJo of Soulection and former Universal recording artist Blu, Real J Wallace re-releases “My Mama Black” across all streaming platforms in addition to the music video released last summer via The Holyfield (a San Diego-based community organization that focuses on music, education and empowerment.) The track represents a warning from a mother to a son on what it means to be Black in America.. centering around the idea that everyone and no one is Black.
The release comes on the heels of Real J’s most recent collaboration with Daniel Koestner: Cabin Fever, a 4 track EP that evokes the feeling of insanity w/ a compounded cabin fever that we are now all too familiar with. With 4 different takes on the same idea, Real J and Daniel burn down their worlds, ready to build something new. From neighborhood freestyler to board member of the San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art — Real J is as passionate about serving his community as he is dedicated to preserving Black culture through music and storytelling.