Hip-hop artist Propaganda believes that the best way to destroy racism is to “make some friends who don’t look like you.”
That’s just one of the pieces of advice the Christian performer doled out in a recent interview with “Frankly Faraci” host Matthew Faraci, going on to also discuss potential ways to combat discrimination and divisiveness.
“Truth means that you have to acknowledge that racism is real. We have a very real history of this,” Propaganda proclaimed, going on to share a solution. “How do we be a better neighbor? Sometimes loving your neighbor means understanding your neighbor.”
Watch the rapper’s recent appearance on the season finale of “Frankly Faraci” below:
The Christian rapper, who is well-known for infusing his faith into his music, also discussed his career as well as his efforts to let God speak through his craft.
“I’m not the artist, I’m the canvas. The Lord is the artist, and I’ve got to be who I am,” Propaganda said.
He also pushed back against perceptions that hip-hop is exclusively youthful, saying that he often speaks about “adult things.”
“It’s a misnomer that hip-hop has to be a youthful thing,” Propaganda added.
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