Hip-Hop | Devine Carama – White Girl Lost ft. Marcus McClinton

Posted by on September 29, 2012

I recently caught wind of Lexington, Kentucky’s Devine Carama, a young artist deeply rooted to hip-hops core.  With 10 projects under his belt and another just days away, Devine writes and recites to inspire growth and positivity for the greater good.  He has built a respectable resume working with artists and producers signed to some of hip-hop’s truest talent (9th Wonder, 88 Keys, Canibus, etc.), but it’s his music that has me talking about him today.

The forth and final song from his upcoming Nas tribute mixtape, It Was Rewritten, is a twist of Nas’ “Black Girl Lost”.  Carama’s “White Girl Lost“, features Chicago crooner Marcus McClinton and is produced by 2 Mello.  Below is what the man himself had to say about the record;

“This is a song that deals with racial perception. Racism isn’t always based off of hate, but sometimes ignorance. This song tells two stories of a young white girl with misguided perceptions when it comes to their affection for the black male. I’m from Kentucky so I have personally dealt with this situation several times. We as African American men in the south are often viewed in misguided and false perceptions. I wanted to shed light on this particular aspect of racism. At the end of the day don’t judge people off their religion, race, gender, etc. Just get to know people and love or hate them for who they are not what they are.”

DOWNLOAD: Devine Carama – White Girl Lost ft. Marcus McClinton

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