Sa-Roc releases “r(E)volution,” a powerful new music video and harbinger of her Rhymesayers Entertainment debut album, The Sharecropper’s Daughter. Produced by Sol Messiah, “r(E)volution” is an anthem of hope and resistance that speaks of the inevitable change that happens when people understand their power and potential.

The music video, directed by Tommy Nova, features scenes from protests across the country as a backdrop to Sa-Roc’s rallying cry:

“I don’t know what you might’ve heard, but we ain’t going nowhere but up
Got a whole squad dressed in all black, got the streets on notice–what up?
They want us in the same place ain’t nobody ever gonna really change nothing but us
Hello, this is revolution get on up”

“r(E)volution” follows “Deliverance,” the standout single produced by label mate Evidence, an acclaimed performance on NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) series this June, and “Forever,” which recently surpassed 4 million views on YouTube. Sa-Roc’s autobiographically titled album The Sharecropper’s Daughter is set to arrive on October 2 and features appearances from Saul Williams, Styles P, Ledisi, Black Thought, Chronixx.

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