When Kembe’s alone in his room, he stares at the ceiling and tries to force himself to believe in God although he knows he’s a natural born sinner. Similar to the opening of I Need Love
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The then 16 year-old rapper understands what’s going on with his generation from personal experience, and gives them the benefit of the doubt for being young.
Every chick around Kembe is half naked and Kembe is positive that they want him… Because he raps really really good.
Relieved that everything he was experiencing was a mere dream, Kembe gets back to his regular day to day mindset of rapping good and getting bitches.
If what he fears turns out to be true, he’s on God’s side and the side of everyone who’s influenced him to be the man he is.
Kembe has nightmares that mix conspiracy theories with Biblical Revelations which torment him on a regular basis.
Some people are so thirsty to prosper and influence others that they lose sight of who they are.
X realizes that the likely punishment for complaining about the changes around him is death, so he may as well live with it. Literally.
Kembe is urging his peers back into hiding. He hates that the world as he knows it must change as his generation enters it’s prime.
Kembe fears the near future will bring many drastic changes, such as a cold summer.