Atheist Rapper Ensomniak’s Latest Song: “Believe In You”

Atheist rapper Ensomniak is back with his latest song!

It’s called “Believe In You” and it’s all about being an African-American atheist. You can see a sample of the lyrics below.

I’m a minority/ in a minority/ where I come from
Where too many minds/ are humdrum/ and undone
And lump sums/ of funds/ are given to some bums
But here’s one son/ that won’t be a sucker/ like a Dum-Dum
Pressure’s like a stun gun/ so many freeze in their tracks
So much church in our culture/ it’s hard to leave when you’re black
Inter-weaved in our past/ so now we’re identified
As inherent believers/ they think it’s a sin if I
Ever refuse to dignify/ their superstitions and fantasies
African American atheist/ what did he say/ can it be
What about his family/ was he accepted or rejected
I was one of the lucky ones/ some disagree but I’m still respected

It’s a powerful song with great lyrics. If you like Ensomniak’s music, please consider downloading the track for a dollar and show your support for what he does!

(You can hear some of his other tracks here, here, here, here, and here.)

About Hemant Mehta

Hemant Mehta is the editor of Friendly Atheist, appears on the Atheist Voice channel on YouTube, and co-hosts the uniquely-named Friendly Atheist Podcast. You can read much more about him here.


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