Blak Madeen bring forth their latest visual for  Mic Divine which is the second track off their recently released project Supreme Aftermath. Hit the play button and get with the program.


Boston’s Blak Madeen offer a snapshot of their stomping grounds in the fresh new visuals for “Mic Divine,” the Blacastan-assisted banger off their new album, Supreme Aftermath.

With their fellow New England Hip-Hop wordsmith at their side—Blacastan hails from Hartford, Conn.—the duo of AL-J and Yusuf post up on and around the famed Charles River. As the three deliver their verses of insight, wit, and bravado, the camera offers glimpses of what makes the area so unique.

Namely, it’s the art that’ll catch your eye, with the most prominent piece being Lawrence Weiner’s mural of “A Translation From One Language To Another.” There’s power and beauty in the simplicity of that message and track itself, which was produced fellow Bostonian, Teddy Roxpin.

Supreme Aftermath is now available online wherever music can be streamed and downloaded, courtesy of Rhyme Dawah.

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