Saint Miguel's new song, 'Brownskin.,' is a message of self-love for girls and women of color
"Brownskin." is the latest release from Milwaukee rapper/hip-hop artist Saint Miguel. The empowering track is a message originally intended for his two younger sisters, but resulted in a larger call that speaks volumes to everyone.
With "Brownskin.," Saint Miguel says he wants to provide words of encouragement to his sisters—both biological and not.
"It’s meant as empowerment for my two little sisters and really all females that have some melanin. In today’s world I feel as though they’re the least checked on and most scrutinized group of people. I wanted to create a record to tell my sisters and anybody that needed to hear it that they’re queens and not to think of themselves as anything less."
The track is the first single off his upcoming EP titled "Self Care" set to release closer to summer. It focuses on the journey of self-love through his personal experiences and struggles. Listen to "Brownskin." below: