Currently living in South Side St Pete, Fl, Yah Nikao wrote “Chicago Blues” 2 years ago when he still lived in the city. His first day back he seen the national guard riding in hummers with turrets through his neighborhood. Kids get killed almost everyday in the summer and his lyrics hold similarities to Chance The Rapper’s “Summer Friends”. “So I wrote the song as a message to those that may not know about chicago’s south side, we are so concerned about wars overseas but we overlook the wars going on in our own country.”
Illuminati fantasies plagued our generation wit a brainwash/ They lookin to the world before they contemplate the cross/ My swords wit me in the land of the lost/ And God forbid that Michael Jordan ever take his cape off
Listen to Yah Nikao’s “Chicago Blues” below.