Timid featuring Q-Unique – Who’s to Blame? (Produced by Skammadix)

Timid featuring Q-Unique - Who's to Blame?

The NYC-based world traveling emcee, Timid, connects with underground rap legend Q-Unique (Arsonists) for a lyrically rich, conversation-starting new single, “Who’s To Blame,” bolstered by Skammadix’s strings-heavy production.

Those who have heard Timid’s previous work, including this year’s great “I Love You” single, already know how the New Yorker can get busy on the mic. Whereas that track was definitely more romantic and personal, “Who’s To Blame” is a call for answers and for people to actually admit when they’re wrong without pointing fingers elsewhere.

On Q-Unique’s verse, he details a number of well-known excuses, from music’s influence to parental abuse, given by folks who may be unable to shoulder blame for their own actions. While Timid follows that same lead, he flips the script a bit by rapping like he’s looking someone dead in the eye with lines like, “Or maybe you truly think/ That you’re more deservin’/ And others less worthy/ Which is actually more disturbing.”

“Who’s to Blame” is now available through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms!

We Were Never The Problem

Remind the world and yourself that We Were Never The Problem. It’s a message that I think needs to be said because when we stand for equality or against injustice against us we are demonized. The narrative is always formulated to paint us as the bad guy. We didn’t create these issues. We Were Never The Problem. The origin and responsibility is not on us. The root of the problem needs to be corrected. There’s no hate in this message – just setting the record straight. 

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We didn’t cause any of those things, they were perpetrated against us. Don’t allow the narrative of us being the aggressive troublemaking thugs stand unchecked. 

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