Stream The DX Experiment’s new single ‘Urban Elixir’ featuring celebrated musician and actor Avery Brooks

If I didn’t know better, I’d say he was or is kin to the legendary James Earl Jones.

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Getting back to the roots of who we are as Black Americans, distinguished celebrated musician and actor Avery Brooks delivers a beautiful poem through the art of the spoken word. It is thirty-three minutes and twenty-nine seconds, worth every moment of your time. Smooth Jazz, words that tell the painful and unfair stories of Black people around the world, and sepia imagery as a backdrop. Stream The DX Experiment’s well-planned and well-executed ‘Urban Elixir’. I enjoyed it.

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