Damez’s new single is a powerful ode to being Black and gay

Damez has released another powerful, socially conscious hip-hop anthem. Initially recorded in 2018, Higher was written after rappers he respected and “looked up to” in the industry expressed homophobic views, which left him “as a Black man, and a fan of rap music, both disgusted and mortified.” “Being gay is in no way, shape or form equivalent to being weak,” Damez tells GAY TIMES. “In fact, I believe my fellow gay Black men are some of the strongest people on the globe.

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