Fay Grim uses elements of jazz, gospel, hip hop, future soul, haus, afrobeat, spoken word and electronic music to visit topics such as abortion, race relations, friendships, self-doubt, depression, betrayal, domestic violence, alcoholism, love, hope, religion, victory and ultimately self-acceptance. Arguably the “New African-American” or the “New Black” has become an auxiliary to the “New Negro” presented in the 1920’s as we reach the Centennial celebration of the Harlem Renaissance in 2020.