“You can’t be black! You’re too short, and you don’t sound black. Darth Vader sounds black.” Everyone’s got a song that points the way, and guides them through life. What if you know your song, but can't sing it the way society dictates? What would you do? "Can't Ain't Nothing but a Four-letter Word" is comedian Malcolm Grissom's answer to that question. It's about navigating life’s roadblocks, specifically stereotypes surrounding race and disability, to follow the your dreams. After all, the only time you fail is when you don’t try.