By Mike Williams
It takes a brilliant mind to recognize Darren's brilliance. With his album he promoted my favorite of all the isms, believe it or not. He talked about equalitarianism. Equalitarianism states that equality is the most important societal value and Darren throughout his entire music value has been promoting that although no one seems to have noticed. I have been guilty of that too until I analyzed his album Syrian love. His album talks about Syrian refugees and their struggle to survive daily, more importantly, the children. Where does equalitarianism come in? We live in America, where children are spoiled all the time. Most of the children in our country don't know what it feels to be deprived completely of education, in fact a lot of them are running away from education, complaining about school all the time. We can't live in a world where at one end children are struggling in at the other end children are spoiled and are being ungrateful about it. It takes a strong mind to send a message that deep and meaningful, especially through music. Most people are just enjoying Darren's beats, vocals, and flows and completely ignoring the importance of his lyrics. Trapped away is a perfect example of that, beautiful song all around but the majority of America just focuses on the music aspect of it. Equalitarianism is the least valued ism in my opinion while it should be the other way around. Darren knew that so he decided to release the album Syrian love, where he emphasizes on the inequality of the lives of Syrian children and the lives of American children. You had a message to share Darren? I hear it. You are the most thoughtful artist of our generation.