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re:verse : “Baptized in Blacklight” – Kenna

Good music speaks volumes…listen, look, and linger in fantastic rhythmic reality: lyrically speaking

“Baptized in Blacklight,” Make Sure They See My Face (2007)

Like a healer
She comes to me
With solace for my spirit
Thoughts in cages
Locked in mazes
Hearing echoes of yesterday

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Unforgettable, Vol. 12: Kenna – Make Sure They See My Face

GLADWELL: Welcome to Blink Radio. I’m Malcolm Gladwell and we’re here with Kenna who’s just about to unveil his newest work on the masses. Hello Kenna.
KENNA: Hello Gladwell.

Where Lupe Fiasco took a grip on reality and let his cool set the pace, Kenna Zemedkun pushed his mind to a fever pitch and made sure the world saw his face. Make Sure They See My Face is sonic schizophrenia. Kenna runs the gamut of sounds, styles, and sentiment in this psychotic masterpiece expressing the brilliance in bi-polarity.

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