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‘Created Noble’ is my 5th Baha’i-inspired, spiritually focused hip hop album, named after my first born son, Noble. The album focuses on nobility, fatherhood, and contributing to the betterment of the world.


Track 5 – “New World” 🌍


🎧 Listen 🎧

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⬇️ Download ⬇️

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✍🏼 Song Inspiration ✍🏼

Below are a couple of quotes from the Baha’i Writings that inspired this song:

“Soon will the present day Order be rolled up, and a new one spread out in its stead.” 

“The betterment of the world can be accomplished through pure and goodly deeds and through commendable and seemly conduct.”


✍🏼 The Lyrics ✍🏼

[Intro]
Need it…
Leave it…
Need it…

[Verse 1]
Do we need hate? (Leave it!)
Should we take time to meditate? (Need it!)
What about all the prejudice? (Leave it!)
Universal love, is it relevant? (Need it!)
People only thinking ‘bout themself? (Leave it!)
Taking time to help a brother out? (Need it!)
Every system built on white supremacy? (Leave it!)
Recognize our oneness as the remedy? (Need it!)
School to prison pipeline? (Leave it!)
School to educate bright minds? (Need it!)
I can’t do it (Leave it!)
Make a dream, then go and pursue it (Need it!)
Greedy chasing money everyday? (Leave it!)
Work hard, make a living wage? (Need it!)
Fresh beats, filthy lyrics? (Leave it!)
Music that is lifting up my spirit? (Need it!)

[Pre Chorus]
You know what they say,
Out with the old in with the new, (let’s go!)
It is a New Day, we’re breaking the mould,
I thought that you knew, (let ‘em know!)

[Chorus]
Building that new world UP!
Leaving that old world, what?
Building that new world UP!
Leaving that old world, Yup!
New world new world (need it!)
Old world old world (leave it!)
New world new world (need it!)
Old world old world (leave it!)

[Verse 2]
Always trying to fight? (Leave it!)
Teaching kids to always do what’s right? (Need it!)
1 trillion dollar student loan debt? (Leave it!)
Take charge educate your own head? (Need it!)
Police brutality? (Leave it!)
Legal system guided by morality? (Need it!)
Hospital visit got you bankrupt? (Leave it!)
Plant based eating got your health up? (Need it!)
Isolated feeling all alone? Leave it!)
True friends I can lean on (Need it!)
Division? (Leave it!)
Unity, world-embracing vision? (Need it!)
I’m better than you (Leave it!)
How can I help you? (Need it!)
Forget God, no need to pray? (Leave it!)
Feed my soul, praying everyday (Need it!)

[Pre Chorus]
You know what they say,
Out with the old in with the new, (let’s go!)
It is a New Day, we’re breaking the mould,
I thought that you knew, (let ‘em know!)

[Chorus]
Building that new world UP!
Leaving that old world, what?
Building that new world UP!
Leaving that old world, Yup!
New world new world (need it!)
Old world old world (leave it!)
New world new world (need it!)
Old world old world (leave it!)


📖 The Story 📖

If you have listened to even a sampling of my music, it should be quite clear that affecting transformation is one of the primary goals and focuses of the lyrics. From my very first song (“Change The World”), this aim has been consistent throughout my musical projects. With that said, it’s clearly taken different styles, sounds, and flows over my catalogue of music.

One day, I was creating a playlist, and accompanying blog post, to feature my song “What If”. I wanted to curate a playlist of songs that lyrically focused on asking questions. Through my research, I came upon a song called “Choices” by legendary Bay-area rapper, E-40. In the song, E-40 goes back and forth saying “nope!” and “yep!”, with the rap lyrics corresponding to the nopes and yeps. I thought it was an incredibly creative lyric format, and took note of it as inspiration.

As I often do, I then thought to myself, how could I create a song similar to this, but one that is about creating a better world. In the Baha’i Writings, there is much emphasis on the fact that Baha’is are tasked with applying the Teachings of Bahá’u’lláh to society and transforming the hearts, institutions, and structures of the world to reflect the virtues of justice, unity, love, service, among many other spiritual qualities.

So I took this concept and ran with it! I then looked up “E-40 style beats” on YouTube in order to pay homage to the original song, and quickly came across the one you hear in the song – and I was hooked and the inspiration flowed from there!


🎁 Bonus Content 🎁

“New World” is one of the tracks that has been released already as a single, and is the first song from the album to have an official music video!

Watch the “New World” (Official Music Video)

Additionally, here is the song and video for “What If” referenced above, as well as the blog post about reflective rap songs:

ALSOOOO, I’m really hoping to get a “New World” remix created with some of the amazingly talented rappers I know. A couple rappers that I’m huge fans of (Karim Rushdy and Peyt Spencer) have sent me sample verses that could go onto a remix, which I created a super rough audio mix with (listen below). Stay tuned for the official remix soon!

“New World” – Possible Remix? ft. Karim Rushdy & Peyt Spencer


🤔 Noble Reflection & Discussion 💬

👑 ➡️ What aspects of humanity should we LEAVE behind? What do we NEED to build a new world?

I would truly LOVE to hear from you! Please take a moment to share your thoughts below! 👇🏽


2 Comments

  • Richard Jeffers says:

    New World is my favorite song because of the “call and response”, beat and creative video. It is easy to share with others from all backgrounds. Prosperity for All-Need it, Poverty-Leave it. God and Mother Earth have given us sufficient resources, we just need to be more equitable in their distribution.

    • So happy to hear the song has brought so much inspiration! 100% agree on your assessment on the need for the distribution of resources to be greatly adjusted in order to help all of humanity to prosper! NEED IT!

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