Timothy Welbeck – We’ve Come This Far [Video]

MC turned Civil Rights Attorney and Africology Professor Timothy Welbeck uses music to express the hardships he and his family have faced in new single “We’ve Come This Far.” The track, which was produced by his 11-year old daughter, is extremely powerful. It speaks to the traditions in faith that lent his ancestors the strength to persevere, and how those very traditions have also helped him and his family. America has seen a tumultuous past few years, as the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others have opened the eyes of people across the nation to the oppression, inequalities, and dangers that have always plagued Black Americans. “But when we didn’t have much, we had us. When we had us, we had enough,” he raps, a testament to the faith that he has found in community and the bond he shares with those that came before him.

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Timothy Welbeck ft. Nezi Momodu – “We Culture” [Music Video]

 Rapper, writer and lawyer, Timothy Welbeck inspires others through his lyrics and voice in his new music video for the hit single, “We Culture” featuring Nezi Momodu. Welbeck is an attorney, professor at Temple University, and contributing writer. His work has been featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Huffington Post,  Respect Magazine, and several others. 

Welbeck was always drawn to rapping prior to his career in law and the academy, and on “We Culture,” he leverages his impressive background to convey the song’s important message. The inspiration behind the song comes from the appreciation of the artists’ West African roots, along with his desire to celebrate the people who create the culture that makes the world go round. Timothy’s writing shows forth in how he communicates the song’s themes. Nezi’s smooth flow and strong wordplay add the perfect balance to the track.

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Instagram: @timothywelbeck @thenezimomodu
Twitter: @timothywelbeck @nezimomodu 

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