By Dymond Alexis
Timothy N. Welbeck, Esq. has released his song, “Dreams Without Borders (The American Dream),” which examines the xenophobia, bigotry, and racism that often centers in immigration debates.
It is available on all digital platforms.
“Dreams Without Borders (The American Dream) feat. Adan Bean” is a touching song from Timothy Welbeck’s album No City for Young Men. The song, featuring production from Tone Jonez, examines the xenophobia, bigotry, and racism that often centers in immigration debates, while affirming the humanity of immigrants. Considering the humanitarian crisis at the southern US border, and the forthcoming Supreme Court ruling on the Trump Administration’s Travel Ban, the song’s content could not be more timely. In relation to the former, Timothy has this to say, “The unthinkable is happening in our midst. This is America, but it does not have to be. Call your Senator today at (202)224-3121 to voice your concern for the thousands of children still separated from their families. Find other meaningful ways to engage in this fight. Do not let this moment pass without acting.”
Connect with Timothy:
Social Media: @timothywelbeck (Twitter | Instagram); @timothy.welbeck (Facebook)
Timothy’s latest album, “No City for Young Men” is available on all digital platforms:
Timothy Welbeck Bio
Timothy Welbeck represents literally and figuratively. He is an emcee, attorney, and educator who has crafted a stirring brand of music that is thought-provoking and relevant, honest and life-chaning. It has been described as what a beautiful painting sounds like. Accordingly, Timothy has garnered high compliments from hip-hop legends (EPMD), industry tastemakers (Sway), and executives (Lenny S), in addition to having won the Grand Prize in the Hip-Hop Category for the 2010 John Lennon Songwriting Contest, and shared the sage with the likes of Janelle Monae, Jidenna, EPMD, Dead Prez, Immortal Technique, Chill Moody, etc. Timothy also instructs Hip-Hop and Black Culture, along with “No City for Young Men: Hip-Hop and the Narrative of Marginalization” at Temple Univeristy. All of which has made him one of the emerging voices in hip-hop.