Since its early days, rap's finest performers have sought to both entertain and educate their audiences. South Louisiana native and current Indianapolis resident Mouchee Deeki has a foot in both worlds of the rap game. Due to the things he's seen growing up and experienced dealing with life in America for a Black man during the 21st century, he wants his songs and commentaries to inform audiences about tough realities like racism, drug addiction, crime, corruption and injustice. But he's also aware of music's ability to heal, unite and just make people feel good, and his capability in both areas have been an equal part of what he brings to the table as a performer.
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