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Kabashi – “CRIMINALS” (feat. Monotone, Malo BRIGADE, Mike Spex, Mo Beats)

Uran Kabashi teams up with Monotone, Malo BRIGADE, Mike Spex, and Mo Beats for an excellent posse cut titled “CRIMINALS.” The profound cut dives into the state of affairs and how life is more nuanced than black and white. Being discriminated against by the ones who are supposed to protect to being prejudged by an unfair system, the emcees give their own account without any filters. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud





Tobi Adey – “Sativa”

Tobi Adey ‘s “Sativa” is a dreamy, psychedelic track that sees him taking time to reflect on life while puffing on that herb. He makes use of a smooth melodic flow o is a dreamy, psychedelic track that sees him taking time to reflect on life while puffing on that herb. He makes use of a smooth melodic flow over the ethereal backdrop. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify




Dax dives into the current civil unrest with his anthemic and profound. track aptly titled “BLACK LIVES MATTER.” He talks about discrimination, racism and police brutality all in 1 breath over the paino-laden backdrop laid. before him. The visuals capture various scenes from around the US of A.Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

Wobblez – “Black Revolution”

Wobblez’s “Black Revolution” talks about the struggles African Americans face daily since they first landed the states. From being labeled as 2nd class citizens to be discriminated against severely, Wobblez goes for an anthemic vibe to uplift his kinfolk and find strength and pride in their blackness. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify//Soundcloud



Ty Bru ft. Mr. Rozzi, Vanessa Ferguson, Sadat X, Mikal kHill & Sulfur – “If There Is Ever A Sequel a.k.a. Make America Again”


“If There Is Ever A Sequel a.k.a. Make America Again” is a revolutionary posse rap cut that sees Ty Bru linking up with Mr. Rozzi, Vanessa Ferguson (NBC’s The Voice Finalist Team Alicia Keys), Sadat X, Mikal kHill and Sulfur of ThoughtCriminals. The rappers represent various parts of the country from Asheboro NC – Greensboro, NC – Charlotte, NC to Brooklyn and The Bronx NYC but they all bring unfiltered energy to the forefront of this cut.
The track is pretty profound and was released to commemorate the historic EASTSIDE WALK in ASHEBORO, NC on JUNE 6, 2020. Produced by Jon Jackson (Adult Swim’s Boondocks & Black Jesus & TBS’ The Last O.G.)
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Bandcamp



Coops – “Bring The Fire”


North London lyricist Coops literally brings the flames on his new release titled “Bring The Fire.” Over a classic boom-bap styled backdrop, he gives his own insight on the state of the world and his frustrations with it. he states ‘It’s crazy how much they keep from us’ followed by ‘it’s like a volcano destined to erupt’, which resonates and reflects with the state of society. He is currently preparing his forthcoming album “Crimes Against Creation” coming via High Focus Records on 9th July. Get it on Soundcloud.


Wish Master – “Mindfulness/Far Away”


Bristol,UK emcee Wish Master share a double-track feature in the form of his new release “Mindfulness/Far Away.” The track has a dreamy vibe and sees him dwell on several issues that bother him from social unrest, self-growth and then some. “Mindfulness/Far Away” is taken from his new album The Bull (The Best Underrated Living Legend).
Wish Master is a wordsmith from Bristol, UK. Founder of Record label O.R records. He was recently named in BBC Music Introducing’s Ones To Watch 2019, and is set to support Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah in November.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud




Thanae – “Between 2 Doors”


Singer son-writer Thanae makes her debut on TWIB with this self-reflective single titled “Between 2 Doors.” The Half Greek half Omani singer delivers an emotion-filled performance as she tries to find clarity in this crazy world. Backed by a piano-laden, mellow texture crafted by the finest live musicians, Thanae gives the listener a wonderful soul-gripping experience steeped in realism and the profound art of finding oneself despite the odds.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Tobi Adey – “Got Got”

UK rapper Tobi Adey shares his experience with the police on his new single “Got Got.” Adey gives the listener a vivid account of being racially profiled by cops and what ensued afterward. He approaches the topic with a tongue-in-cheek vibe but the seriousness is never lost.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Nana Fofie – “Yeno Ntem”

Dutch Ghanaian rising singer Nana Fofie shares the summery visuals for her catchy afro-pop tune “Yeno Ntem.” The track is a feel-good jam that exudes nothing but good vibes, laughter, and having fun with friends and family as she explains. The dance-led visuals were shot in Rotterdam before the lockdown
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Nario Da Don – “Wait For It”


Rapper Nario Da Don gives us a profound insight into his life on his new single “Wait For It.” backed by a cinematic backdrop, Nario opens the floodgates and introduces us to various characters from drug dealers, family, friends and acquaintances who are up to various activities.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Audiomack




Sail – “Trying”

Sail ‘s newest song “Trying” sees him trying to overcome his demons in his continuous efforts to live a normal life. He makes use of the solemn strings and alluring vocal samples to convey his most innermost thoughts.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//bandcamp

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