First and foremost, please don’t let this man’s name fool you. He’s very articulate, educated, and well-versed in African history. He’s also one of the most wisest men that I’ve ever known. But, the fact he has the name he has and is currently serving a 37 year prison sentence tends to be a huge drawback for most people. I completely understand the humor one may find in it, but let’s overlook that for a minute. In this video, Lil Spank sends a message to the African-Americans in the urban communities of America insisting that they end the senseless violence and look at the bigger picture.
I’d also like to highlight some of this remarkable man’s accomplishments. He’s the first music artist ever to have launched their career while incarcerated. Not only that, but he also recorded his debut album, the appropriately-titled “Early Release” which you can buy anywhere online, from his prison cell and is in the process of recording his sophomore album, “Omerta”. He’s even gotten this album into RECORD STORES all over the country. He’s released several videos from inside his prison cell and even hosts a “P.O.W. Sessions” series on his YouTube channel in which he shares some of his philosophies, opinion, and wisdom. This is what Lucramotives is all about. If this man is able to accomplish all these things from inside of a Level 4 prison, what is your excuse for not following your dreams? This is the definition of inspiration.