I'm going to start off my saying that I am not objective in this subject matter (I do not claim any neutral stance). Honestly speaking, I have certain biases because I am very passionate when talking about the N-word (and I'm black as hell). So, lets start with clearly stating where I stand on the this issue.
Ok before you say, "But this album came out 2015!" or "You're a little bit too late on this song."
If you have been reading my articles, by now you will pick up that I am a very progressive person (Liberal AF!) and I am African (it's literally in my bio). I strongly advocate for social change and implementing liberal ideas in general society. I also believe in equal rights, equity, respect and opportunity for men, women, black, white, disabled or abled, queer or straight etc. Many people may see that and think, "Oh that is completely fine and nothing hard about that" (or that I'm another snowflake...fuck all yee Ann Coulters then...but SIKE!). Being the only progressive in a space that is aggressively conservative is similar (not the same!) to being the only black person in a completely white space. You cannot fully express yourself due to fear of hostility and being seen as the dangerous other thus, you are pressured to blend in as much as you possibly can (and its hard out here in these streets). Being a Liberal young woman in a Nigerian environment is way tougher than one can imagine and I will tell you why.
Let's start off like this.