Download Maverick City Music Pretty Brown Skin ft EUGENE KIING and Mav City Gospel Choir

Artist: Maverick City Music

Track Title: Pretty Brown Skin ft EUGENE KIING and Mav City Gospel Choir

Featured Artist(s): EUGENE KIING and Mav City Gospel Choir

Genre: Gospel; Christian

Recorded: 2021

Album Name: Jubilee: Juneteenth Edition (18 Tracks)

Country: America

Category: Gospel Songs

“Maverick City Music’s album ‘Jubilee: Juneteenth Edition’ is a significant musical work that carries a message of celebration and liberation. The track ‘Pretty Brown Skin’ featuring EUGENE KIING and Mav City Gospel Choir stands out as a testament to the diversity and richness of gospel music. With a duration of 3:44 minutes, this song beautifully captures the essence of Juneteenth, a celebration of freedom and empowerment for the African American community.”

“The inclusion of EUGENE KIING and Mav City Gospel Choir adds depth and soul to the composition, creating a harmonious blend of voices that resonates with listeners. The release of the album in 2021 is timely, aligning with the growing recognition and observance of Juneteenth as a significant moment in American history. The 18 tracks in the album offer a diverse musical journey, showcasing the talent and creativity of Maverick City Music in the realm of gospel music.”

“Originating from America, Maverick City Music continues to make a mark in the gospel music scene, contributing to the genre’s evolution and reaching a global audience. ‘Jubilee: Juneteenth Edition’ serves not only as a collection of songs but also as a cultural expression and a source of inspiration for those who appreciate the spiritual and uplifting power of gospel music.”

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Pretty Brown Skin Lyrics By Maverick City Music

Pretty, brown skin
Pretty, light skin
Pretty, dark skin
I see African written in your DNA
Hella choco-melanin from the motherland
With your black skin
Never should you want it any other way

First things first
I’m blackity, black black
I’m blackity, black black
I’m blackity, black black
If you don’t like that, you’re wackity, wack wack
You’re wackity, wack–
I said what I said and that’s that (Ayy)

This is for them queens that’s rocking ’em kinky twist (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
From box braids to bantu knots and full lips (Ooh, ooh)
Them dreadlocks, crochets, afros and real hips (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Them pom-poms and sew-ins with edges that’s real slick (Ooh, ooh)
Now catch this (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Your black presence is necessary
From big mama to Aunty Obama as First Lady are validated (Ooh, ooh)
I still remember my mother’s gumbo (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Saturday mornings waking to soulful sounds of gospel (Ooh, ooh)
The richness of ancestral legacies and culture (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Our history extends beyond American borders (Ooh, ooh)
So please believe the hype (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
You’re not too much, you are enough
Never shrink back, always speak up (Ooh, ooh)
Head tilted high, one fist to the sky (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Don’t doubt your worth
Always add tax, know yourself first (Ooh, ooh)

One thing’s for sure (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
You’re made in the image of God, shape of the melanin bob
Black woman, you will never be stopped (Ooh, ooh, ayy)

Pretty, brown skin
Pretty, light skin
Pretty, dark skin
I see African written in your DNA
Hella choco-melanin from the motherland
With your black skin
Never should you want it any other way

Second things first
Still blackity, black black
Still blackity, black black
Still blackity, black
It’s a blessing not a curse
Don’t ever forget that
Don’t ever forget
If you need reminders then run this back

“You’re so pretty for a black girl” is not a compliment (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Don’t whitewash who you are to be an option (Ooh, ooh)
“You don’t sound white,” you just finished up your doctorate (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Black Benz, new house, pocket’s real lucrative (Ooh, ooh)
Pop, pop, pop, pop
Boss is CEO
Boss, boss, boss, boss, boss chick (Ayy)
Killing stereotype, switching up the narrative (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Ain’t no explanation needed, that’s all Harriet (Ooh, ooh)
Raising black kids with some black sense (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Liberation, educate them (Ooh, ooh)
Let them dream big, adding flavor (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Keep it seasoned, give ’em reasons
To believe in what our ancestors dreamed of (Ooh, ooh)
You are beautiful, invaluable (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
Distinguishably royal
Next time you look in the mirror, pause and say, “Black girl, I love you” (Ooh, ooh)
I love you, I love you (Then repeat)

One thing’s for sure (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
You’re made in the image of God, shape of the melanin bob
Black woman, you will never be stopped (Ooh, ooh, ayy)

Pretty brown skin, pretty light skin, pretty dark skin (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
I see African written in your DNA (Ooh, ooh)
Hella choco melanin from the motherland (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
With your black skin
Never should you want it any other way (Ooh, ooh)
Pretty brown skin, pretty light skin, pretty dark skin (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
I see African written in your DNA (Ooh, ooh)
Hella choco melanin from the motherland (Ooh, ooh, ooh)
With your black skin
Never should you want it any other way (Ooh, ooh)

Remember who you are, oh (Ooh)
Remember who you are (Ooh) and whose you are, shooting star
Don’t forget that part (Ooh, ooh)
(Ooh) Know that you belong just as you are (Ooh, ooh)
With your pretty, brown skin (Ooh)