The Artist SKOOL Is A Hip Hop Artist Born And Raised In Detroit Michigan.
- The moniker “Skool”, not only denotes his maturity, but also his ability to use his life’s experience to help reach the youth.
- Skool makes effective use of his gift for the spoken word to draw the listener into his gripping stories in hope that the listeners develop an objective viewpoint.
- With the song “Breathe”, Skool has skillfully painted a picture devoid of anger or vengeance, and instead one of empathy, in an attempt to capture what might have been going on in the mind of Mr. Floyd as his life was slipping away.
- In a time of so much divisiveness and indecision, of both anger and fear “Breathe” has provided us with a moment of reflection and quiet calm.
- As a front line worker semi-truck driver, Skool uses his time on America’s high ways writing songs addressing issues facing us as African Americans as well as Americans in general.
- Although Skool creates music purely for the love of the art, he felt inspired by the recent incident with George Floyd to share his feelings with the world.
- Influenced by hip hop artist from both the old and new school, Skool feels he has created a song that everyone can appreciate.
- Skool wanted to use this most unfortunate incident of George Floyd struggling for life, struggling to breath as an example of how we as African Americans have been struggling to breath for over 400 years.
All lives can never matter until Black Lives Matter, and Black Lives will never matter until Black Lives are Free to Breath