“The Black Avenger” LP is Head-Roc’s 6th Solo release and second consecutive creative work featuring production by longtime DMV Hip-Hop icon Black inK.
Head-Roc describes “The Black Avenger” LP as a series of cathartic songs chronicling his personal journey as a descendant of enslaved Africans living in the Americas.
The album’s themes include:
clarion call messages of encouragement to Head-Roc’s “Black Rock Star Super Hero” fan base (The Black Avenger);
his personal accounts involving and resolving highly charged racial encounters on Washington, DC streets (I Beat the Big Brothers Up);
an anthem to blue collar workers (Blue Collar feat. Noyeek); the US Armed Forces supporting, anti-war advocacy anthem (Support Our Troops);
and Head-Roc’s critique of DC’s agents of gentrification operating in DMV art communities (DCasF***?).