An indifference to injustice is as evil as the injustice itself. Yaves takes a break from working on In Winters Ear and delivers a piece that speaks to the issues of the times, "Keep My Peace" challenges everyone to not look with judgement but with compassion.
Gemstones latest single Circles produced by J.R., "My reason for writing "Circles" was to bring more awareness of black on black crime in our communities. Knowing I can't change the world but if I reach one my job is done" - Gemstones.
As a society we struggle with valuing fame and fortune over everything else. On "Celebrity", HillaryJane brings listeners a satirical banger about possessions that can't fulfill our desire for true happiness.
Following the summer 2014 release of 6 Way St.'s TGFKAL (The Group Formerly Known as Level 3:16) EP is Stv. G's first solo single. Where The Moon Come From narrates the artist's experience through several personal scenarios connected by one distinct Truth.
"Quiet" is a sarcastic single filled with high energy. It plays on what today's common standards are and what today's typical culture encourages people to be (misogynistic, addicts, and illegal hustlers). It speaks about those topics in a way that almost seems like a parody; but also ends up showing the light of Christ and his glory by the end of the song.
"This is the first single and title track off of Marz Ferrer's new EP, 'Blur'. Featured on the track is Las Vegas based emcee JGivens. Humble Beast Records' rising talent delivers an explosively poetic verse which compliments Marz's hauntingly ethereal voice. Marz explores the uncertainty of love, unveiling the depth of its reality. Blur EP drops December 9.
Statistics show abortion is the number one killer of blacks in America and millions–both women and men–wrestle with guilt years after the deed is done. Lamp Mode’s lyrical theologian, Stephen the Levite, opens up about one of his children being aborted in high school in a just-released promotional video titled, “Truth Is…”