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The Black Opera Introduces Johnny Void, Annihilates New Track “Sacred Cow”

The Black Opera's "Sacred Cow" cover art

Recently, The Black Opera (the artistic collective with roots from Nigeria, Uganda, Madagascar, France and the United States) have released “Sacred Cow”, a new self-produced record that introduces new member Johnny Void which explores the topics of injustice, belief and trust. The group has an affinity for embedding real topics into their verses and crafting or utilizing production that keeps them “hip” in today’s competitive musical landscape. Listen to the carefully and skillfully written verses by Jamall Bufford (formerly Buff1), Magestik Legend, Obie Iyoha and Johnny Void below:

Originally published on RESPECT


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