"Civil Rights" is so soulful, and a powerful offering to give some insight into why his perspective has shifted over the past couple of years. A standout line in the song is "won't let my history bury me, 'cause I ain't doing this just for me." You can tell that Yons carries the struggles and lineage of the black experience and chooses to wear it on his sleeve. It's a refreshing take. He doesn't sound angry or disarrayed. He's a man frankly stating how he feels and seems to hope that there's more people out there that can identify with his thoughts.
We feel you, brother. Keep sharing your story.