I Love My HBCU
South Carolina State University sophomore Keith Gillard, known as KG the Artist, is helping raise money for his HBCU through music. KG, a dean’s list student studying mass communications wrote the original song “#HBCU” as an anthem for SCSU, and Historically Black Colleges Universities as a whole.
The anthem features the SCSU’s Marching 101 Band and is intended to send a positive message about Historically Black Colleges to the public. If you are a current HBCU student or alumni, you can definitely relate to this song. Gillard says he was inspired to write the song after the university’s accreditation problems.
The single “#HBCU” (feat. SCSU Marching 101), produced by M.I.C. Beatz of Soul Architects is available for purchase on iTunes:
Help support KG in raising money for SCSU by purchasing his single and leaving him a 5-star customer review on iTunes.
KG performed his HBCU Anthem at the 2015 South Carolina State University homecoming concert. Opening up for the likes of Dej Loaf and Young Dolph, KG stole the show with his HBCU Anthem. The song has become popular among SCSU alumni, people who attended historically black college/universities, and anyone who loves Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Check out KG the Artist’s video for HBCU Anthem ft SCSU Marching 101
The video for “#HBCU” was Directed and Edited by Donald Wilson and highlights the Black College homecoming experience on the campus of SCSU.
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