“I just felt like the universe is out of balance when it relates to Black culture and our youth. It has way too much negative and no positive. A lot of times rap is going to celebrate the negativity because that’s what’s fun, but we need balance. I want these young people to see that people who come from the same environment as them made it and did it the right way. These kids can do the same and get all the things they want in the world,” says Johnson.
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