The production on this is everything… dope track…
K’La… this chick is so dope. Her 2010 mixtape, Coldest Winter Ever, was incredible. And now she’s released another one, Everyday People. She’s touchin’ Lauyrn Hill, who is incomparable but with her songwriting, rapping and vocal talent plus her delivery and emotion… K’La is up there…
This is dope and I hate comparing artsits but influence is the fabric of the creative process… so, yeah, dude reminds me of a Kendrick slash Mos Def… dope sound though… I like it.
Great sound. The more I listen to this, the more it’s super dope.
New music from the Ghetto Youths International the label founded by the Marley Brothers to help underprivileged youths improve their lives through various charitable, health and literacy programs. As quoted from the Jamaica Daily Gleaner in December of 1995, Steven Marley, executive producer for Ghetto Youths, states, “We call it Ghetto Youths because the youth are the source of the music. I didn’t grow up in the ghetto, but I am of the ghetto, and the music addresses the elements of the ghetto, like “sufferation,” striving and the upliftment of poor people. So it is the voice of the ghetto speaking to an international audience.” GYI’s philosophy is based on the preservation and protection of the future of the world, children. Established as a non-profit organization, it is dedicated to encouraging educational, health and physical development programs for children in impoverished areas.
Set Up Shop, Vol. 1 project. The compilation features new music from Damian Marley, Stephen Marley, Akon, Buju Banton, Julian Marley, Ziggy Marley’s son Daniel Bambaata Marley + many more.
I love Buju Banton :o)
Music has no age. It doesn’t celebrate birthdays, blow out candles, get wrinkles, it can definitely rent a car, vote, drink, take care of itself and, get locked up from time to time. Music’s ability to stay as fresh as a newborn yet as wise as our grandfathers, makes it life’s ever changing constant. Music never dies. So making music, has no starting point nor ending point and Charles Bradley, is right in line, with music’s infinite timeline. This man started his career at 62 years old and his sound is just as timeless and trendy as music itself.
One of my favs… new release off Thoughts Become Things, out now…POW
I’m doin’ me you doin’ you which means y’all aint doin’ ish…