Five year old prodigy rapper makes song about Black History Month.
Heir Jordin (Jordin Jackson-Prince) of East Saint Louis, Illinois, son of proud father and rapper Ramel RT-FaQ Prince of the group Doorway, is releasing his debut song and video “Proud History” dedicated to showing pride for his African American culture and heritage. The five year old rapping phenom raps “I’m proud, I’m proud of my Black History, it’s history, and I’m proud” on the chorus for this anthem which amplifies and sums up the overall theme of the release. Jordin mentions historical figures Malcom X, Martin Luther King, Frederick Douglas, Rosa Parks, Gabby Douglas and more, articulating and rapping like no other five year old has done before. The video follows Heir Jordin on his journey to many East Saint Louis and Saint Louis historically Black landmarks like the Jackie Joyner Kersey Center, the Old Saint Louis Courthouse, the Delmar Loop Stars, and the Chuck Berry Memorial Statue. Heir Jordin also teams up with his brother Royale Prince (Teddy P) and an array of wild and crazy kids to further hype up the performance scenes. Come along and be amazed by the future of Hip Hop as five year old Heir Jordin releases “Proud History”, which could quite possibly be the most profound Black History song ever made.
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