In the latest episode of on the Real, Baltimore emcee Eze Jackson tells the story of how his mother fought to get him and his siblings back after losing them to addiction and foster care. Jackson also describes why he transitioned from political organizing to a career in music, as he watched the Maryland Democratic party abandon Black interests.
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