J.D. Nero talks about the power of music and its place in educating the public. Nero is a life-long native of Brooklyn, N.Y. with a deep passion for music that started with Hip Hop in the ’hood. His controversial lyrics carry important messages of social change and ring like a clarion call for activism and change. Supporters of Occupy and Anonymous are familiar with J.D. Nero as a voice that elevates music from an industry commodity, to a rhythm of truth your heart can beat to.
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