YUZIMA weaponizes Afrofuturism on collage-rock single ‘Black Supremacy’
On the heels of internet conquering new LP POWER, and after getting props from a Ramone, Yuzima is now releasing the militant racist power-structure attacking single ‘Black Supremacy.’
Mixing contrasting elements of electro, noise-rock, and a cut and paste chorus that brings to bare a new aggressive yet melodic sound, the sound could be described as Afrofuturisistic or Collage-Rock. The noisy jingle tackles white supremacy by weaponizing the title that Yuzima says would trigger racists, ‘Black Supremacy”, a subversive way to attack whiteness. The song takes the listener through a three-minute odyssey, from punk to hip-hop, into a floating bridge and screaming guitars, then transforming into a dream pop outro.
‘Black Supremacy’ is now available for streaming on Soundcloud and streaming sites. Yuzima has been praised by blogs like Impose who called him the ‘noise-lord’ and legendary punk rocker Marky Ramone, who recently shouted out a live performance by Yuzima.
“Powerful As Hell” Litsa Dremousis raves about YUZIMA’s ‘Black Supremacy’ and ‘Throw Yourself A Birthday Party’
Influential writer Litsa Dresmousis (NPR, Esquire) has taken to social media to sing high praises for YUZIMA’s new singles “Black Supremacy” and “Throw Yourself A Birthday Party” from his new album POWER.
“Throw Yourself A Birthday Party” (Visual Experience)
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