Prince Wiser’s Song “So Good (ft. Mada)” has the Power to Wake Up America

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Born in the early 1990’s, Noah Elias Vinson AKA Prince Wiser, spits bars of fire on a track that has the old school hip hop style that shook the world. The young rapper, who is based in the Bronx, surely puts the meaning back into music as he raps confidently and clearly about injustice in America. He cleverly makes a statement in a way that is easy to understand by the average person who may not have experienced the type of oppression Prince Wiser has. This oppression paints a picture of what it is like to live in the United States today as a black man and experiencing racism from basically anywhere and everywhere. The themes of the lyrics include but are not limited to: not being able to call an Uber based on people being afraid based on your appearance, being afraid of the police who are known to be discriminatory and violent, and racist stereotypes. The lyrics are incredibly strong and hold the power to wake people up. Hopefully waking them up will get them to stand up and fight against injustice. This conscious-hip hop artist is not only great with lyrics but he’s great with the flow and style. The song has a feel-good vibe (especially through the chorus section with Mada) as it brings a community closer together and gives people a sense of pride to be who they are. This is a song that needs to be heard by everyone:

“I wanted to make a feel-good song with a message that was empowering to my people. I was looking for an uptempo vibe, similar to Rapsody’s “Sassy,” which I had just heard at the time. 1st Official sent me a beat that was a perfect match, and my engineer, Mada just happens to be a great singer. Everything fell into place and my vision came alive.”
– Prince Wiser

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Written by Ryan Cassata

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