Chicago native Cordero Eubanks preaches on his new track, “Concrete.”

Written/Edited by Gabriel Al-Shaer

Chicago native Cordero Eubanks brings poetry in motion to another level with his newest track, “Concrete.” The song begins with a fire crackling in the background while the lyricist delivers a monologue on finding oneself buried beneath a surface, drowning. As soon as the instrumentation begins, however, Eubanks delivers his flow with the poetic aura of a preacher at a pulpit. The rapper touches on a number of topics – not going to church, his relationship with his father, hard times he’s been through, and ends the song with the line, “But is it right reflecting on all the wrongs I have done, okay I’ve won, just let me be a father to my son.” You can find the rest of Eubank’s catalogue here, and stream his newest track, “Concrete”, below.

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