In an intimate interview with Billboard, Charles Hamilton disclosed that he battled serious depression during his hiatus from the music industry and even considered suicide. Thankfully, it looks like Hamilton is back making music, and "Correct" shows us the Harlem rapper hasn't lost any of his lyrical prowess.
We heard a snippet of "Correct" in January, but last night, DJ Semtex played the song in its entirety on his show on BBC Radio 1Xtra. The radio rip features two added verses from Charles, which touch on the rapper's thoughts on police brutality as well as his relationship with God. Indeed, Charles Hamilton isn't afraid to let you inside his head.
Do you think Charles Hamilton is ready for a comeback?
I pray for St. Louis and the poverty blocks of the world
I pray for women with they honesty locked in they curls
If my prayers count, then I dare doubt
A good night's sleep is all I care about