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primaparte. – Radio Juicy Mix Vol. 130
This week Radio Juicy presents us mellow sounds from the dude primaparte.. This mix features the sounds of mndsgn, blueberry, ohbliv among others, as well as originals from the German producer. I don’t need to talk about how nice this is really.
Karega Bailey – For Black Males Who’ve Considered Homicide When They’ve Lost Someone They Love
The title is already enough to being registering thoughts regarding this piece of work, but I say it goes deeper than the title itself. Karega Bailey is a spoken word artist and educator I came across recently and I must say he brings something a little extra to the genre. A blend of street smarts, spirituality and socio-political undertones, Karega – for me – is able to keep your mind engulfed and absorbed by painting vivid pictures with his style of spoken word. The ode For Black Males Who’ve Considered Homicide When They’ve Lost Someone They..
Michael Shaye – Friends
Michael Shaye’s take on the classic whodini ‘Friends’ line ventures into a broody territory. The Philly native places emphasis on sour dealings with so called friends and associates, calling any and everyone out on the hard hitting song.
The moral of this story is “Watch those close to you”
Tune in and get with the program
WIB Premiere: Jared Xavier – Weather The Storm
Jared Xavier dropped this tune Weather The Storm a while back and now he has returned with a set of visuals to buttress his story in the song. some vintage type shots which gives it that sepia tone feel. He threw in some extra clips from classic movies like New Jack City, Juice and Paid In Full (Yeah, it’s a classic to me)
The single is taken from Jared’s upcoming sophomore mixtape Now or Never which drops on the 17th of this month.
Keep your ears peeled here!!
WIB Rap Radio – OC from NC Interview
Chase March interviews OC from NC in this edition of WIB Rap Radio
They talk about his new mixtape Twenty14, available on DatPiff, the confusion people have with his name, O.C. from Detroit, the writing process, female MCs, and the scene in North Carolina.
And Chase March spins these tracks . . .
Buggs Tha Rocka – Religiously ft Donte of Mood
Buggs Tha rocka just released his LP “Scattered Thoughts of an American Poet“, if you recall he dropped the video for bad habits a minute ago but not the one to slack he drops another short clip for the song Religiously. The song in question features Donte (MOOD).
Tune in and get with the program and also remember to peep Buggs interview with us