Following the release of his recent singles “Saucy, “Confusing,” “My Thang,” “Finessing” and albums, and “Made For This”, Mississauga rapper Fame Holiday is back with his next release in time for Black History Month.
The versatile rapper has given us everything from bangers and slower tempo vibes for the ladies to anthems with a message and “Take Me Away” is no different.
Directed by his go-to videographer, Trey Timeless, the video opens with references to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery and depicts the difficult conversations Black parents have had with their children as a result. It relates to the struggle, supporting causes and black and minority owned businesses. With the understanding… “together we are stronger”.
While much of the mainstream media has moved on from the subject of Black lives, Fame Holiday should be commented for keeping the spotlight on this important issue.
“Take Me Away” is available on all major streaming platforms. To check out the music video click the image in the header.