Video: SmCity – Homeland

Produced by !llmind, SmCity releases a gripping music video for “Homeland”, depicting racial tension that has been built in the United States. The Chop N Shoot Films directed visual includes footage from decades of civil unrest in America, spanning from the 1965 Watts riots to the more recent Baltimore riots. Dedicated to the memory of Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, Sam Dubose, Mike Brown and countless other victims of police brutality, throughout history we can see progress being made while some things never change.

Album: DayX – 7 (Instrumental Album)

Who says the relationship between the artist and listener are dead? I think we’ve might of lost touch with whats art and whats thrown out there. With that being said, artist DayX might have captured our generation in the form of instrumentals. It’s distant but brings you back to the reality of the world. You can tell the craft, love, and time put into every instrumental. Appreciate the art while it’s still here. Bravo DayX.


Track: Mz Sasha – Hollywood Talk


After getting acquainted with The Board Administration thanks to Wale’s efforts, and affiliate Black Cobain’s movement, the imprint is ready to push their first lady, Mz. Sasha. Utilizing popular quotes from Martin to set the tone throughout her new single, Sasha shows exactly why BOA is ready to provide a platform. “Hollywood Talk” puts all the bullshit to the side, leaving room for Mz. Sasha to get directly to the point — real raps. Expect her new mixtape, Sasha And The City, to arrive on Valentine’s Day.

Track: MaxBeKillinIt FT. Fat Trel – Crack

ROTSC frontman @MaxBeKillinIt releases the first single “Crack” from his highly anticipated “Fatal Attraction” mixtape which is set to drop later this year. Max links up with DC’s #1 Fat Fool and Slutty Boyz frontman, Fat Trel, to create a powerful record that will have everyone from Telegraph to Benning Road wanting more.