( ENSPIRE Music ) Rapper Yellopain Aims To Inform and Inspire His Audiences
ENSPIRE Contributor: Anastasia Hanna
Dayton-born rapper YelloPain is known for his viral hits such as “My Vote Don’t Count,” “Impossible Game,” “Monsters,” “Graduation,” and more. His instant viral hit “My Vote Don’t Count” educates and motivates voters on why their vote does count, and he also breaks down the US government.
As February welcomes Black History Month, YelloPain continues to spark change through his songs and interviews. He would love to discuss the importance of Black History Month as it pertains to music and beyond. Through his music, YelloPain hopes to be able to teach and inspire individuals to fight for change in our country, communities, and in our daily lives!
Editing his own music videos, songs, and more, YelloPain is creating change every day and is just getting started. He has received millions of views with celebrities like Viola Davis, Steve Harvey, Jermaine Dupri, and Sharon Stone sharing his video. He also just released his new EP titled “Yello is the New Black,” and he is currently working on new music.