Listen To Ric Wilson's New Single “We Love Us”
Ric Wilson, the 21 year-old Southside Chicago artist, rapper, performer, and prison abolitionist, is back with a funky cut that proclaims black self love in a time of hyper visible black pain. The track is titled “We Love Us” and feautres David Ellis and Daryn Alexus. The song was produced by KDaGreat. Beggining with a drum roll, Wilson jumps into the track rapping about issues facing the black community, primarily violence and police terror, all the while grooving on the beat calling for love. Back in late 2015, Wilson released The Sun Was Out EP and is now about to release a new project titled Soul Bounce, which should be arriving shortly. Wilson released the title track, an infectious first single “Soul Bounce” produced by 3Lo and aided by guitarist Austin Peters, from the upcoming project not too long ago, listen to it here. Chicago been producing some crazy music for a minute now and Ric Wilson is another welcome addition. If you ain’t hip to the young Chicagoan then do yourself a favor and take a listen.
Jam out to the new track “We Love Us” below via Soundcloud.