Currently in Terre Haute Indiana, but originally from Chicago, Wayne Manor puts all of himself in every track. â€œDreamsâ€ gives you a glimpse of what it is like trying to make it in the music business, while having life and responsibility pull you away. In the end realizing that itâ€™s all made him who he is and that is what drives him music. â€œThe Painterâ€ gives and abstract look at the death of his spouse. As his life went on he describes how finding love again, not only brought him back to reality, but gave him the children he could not live without. Stating, â€œMy tears have come and gone and come back in a different way.â€ Due to the death of his wife to Pompe Disease 5 years ago, he donates 50% of all his musical proceeds to the Unite Pompe Foundation. www.unitedpompe.com The track â€œThe Truthâ€ shows his activist side. He exposes our monetary system, religion, and our human history of class/racial separation. â€œThe truth hurts, but thatâ€™s always the deal. And if weâ€™d all get on the wagon we could finally heal.â€ With so much more to give, he has released his full length LP â€œEST 1980â€. This is a reboot for Hip Hop. Bringing back story telling, complex lyrics, and the fight against social and financial injustice. Itâ€™s time to take our genre back.