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 fromSo much church in our culture/ it’s hard to leave when you’re black
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
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!