Robert Glasper Ft Killer Mike, Big K.R.I.T. & BJ The Chicago Kid - Black Superhero

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Super talented artist and Songwriter identified as Robert Glasper releases another new hit track titled “Black Superhero” featuring Killer MikeBig K.R.I.T. & BJ The Chicago Kid

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Robert Glasper Black Superhero Lyrics

Yeah (up in the sky)
(It’s a bird, it’s a plane)
Hmm, sound like
Some superhero sh^t
Some black superhero sh^t
Hmm, damn
Oh yea

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

You need a ni^^a roll like me
Military mind stated and I keep a gun and a degree
You can label me a huey p
Made a martyr outta martin, outta Malcolm, out a ni^^a
I refuse to let these dirty devils make my gullah beggar
F^^k a hero see oh I will go make heed oh for my people
Give me liberty or death that is my credo not my ego
Dressed in a tuxedo, enter party, altar ego
Killed your need of it, gazebo, did it for the people
Love what motivated, I did not do it for hatred
But I truly hate the devil I cannot debate or fake it
I was asked a question and I asked about it hard
If I was facing death then I could ask one thing of God
I would ask for every ni^^a to be free here and abroad
And to be rightfully celebrated as a child of God
And to be rightfully celebrated as a child of God (as a child of God)

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

Our own kind took nip from us
Money still read “in God we trust”
Truthfully we envy, so why we so envious
And why our own kind envy us?
Pop said it’s hard but we gotta keep our head up
Goin’ even though we know we fed up
It’s hella tension
Cause we ain’t careful where we all pay attention
I need all my real soldiers on the front line
Fighting for the right sh^t just one time
So unstoppable together at the same time, with the same mind
Yeah, we wanna be high and always above what’s beneath us, so

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

I’m talking bulletproof kinda suit
Reflect the struggle that they put us through
With a shrimp
To fight the power like Chaldea do
With the insight to be equal
Know the sky need it, a voice that finds reason
To multiply people in the streets full of calls
Marching on Washington, might as well be walking through walls
Type of superhero show up with ain’t no one to call
That’ll shield ya from them shields that been killing us all
High beam for eye to peep, the villains and the door
Power of resolution ‘fore a war was even started
The knowledge to build and grow where they live
And take care of the kids and the older folk
The queens cause they need it most
Politic with the kings, a body can not a grow
True PTSD, cause mental health ain’t a joke
Feed the hungry, and though, everyone would know everywhere we go

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

Some take one of us to save us
Some take love and a lot of trust
We just took it have faith and know that
Cause you got now we got your back, I know
Some take one of us to save us
Some take love and a lot of trust
We just took it have faith and know that
Cause you got now we got your back, I know that

Every block every hood
Every city every ghetto
Need a black superhero

You know just, just the idea of how black people in this culture and society get framed
And how everything possible is actually designed to actually diminish what your true power
And so when you speak about the superhero-ness of our communities every ghetto, every block, every street corner
Really all of those men and women are divine
They’re just living in a reality that tears them down and makes them feels as though they’re not what they actually are
Cause they know it when they look in the mirror