Charmaine Gets Vulnerable on “Borderlines”

I hadn’t heard of Charmaine until she submitted this one to me. I’m glad she did because this one is a beautiful, vulnerable song about who she is as an artist and a human being. She tells us that she’s seen struggles most of us don’t know the half of. From living in a motel with her entire family to having a parent lose their job–right after they all moved to Toronto–she’s seen hell, but she’s stronger because of it. She also raps with a hunger that can only be found in those who’ve really been through ish in their lives. The Zimbabwean-born artist lets us know she’s here, and not going anywhere. That’s the type of energy I respect and love from the people I feature here. It’s an added bonus that she let her soul be bared on this track. Check it out below and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

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