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Ruste Juxx “I Who Have Nothing”, Produced by Ough Beats featuring London, UK emcee and Triple Darkness member Cyrus Malachi and Lebanese emcee Malikah.
The track is taken from Ruste Juxx new release ‘International Juxx!’ The full-length album teams Crown Heights Brooklyn’s grimiest Ruste Juxx with a slew of established producers and emcees from all corners of the world.
Speaking on the concept Ruste said “I’ve been doing international features and projects with international producers like Endemic (UK) and Kyo Itachi (FRA) for years. I’ve gotten the opportunity to tour Europe, Japan and Canada and scope out real hip-hop outside of the U.S. I got inspired and put out a notice to all my Juxx-aholics to send me their work to check out. I selected talent from around the world, some of whom spit in their native language.”
Get the album on iTunes here https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/international-juxx/id1257953327
On Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/International-Juxx-Explicit-Ruste/dp/B073W5GLT8
‘London Town’ is a track written to express views on the lifestyle inflicted upon all of us where we have no freedom. We are the slaves of the system its time we see it and its time we all as one stand up and make a change. “Ekonomist”
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“Datgum” is a song that speaks against white supremacy. J.Lee explains ‘Datgum’ is a protest song written to reflect the current struggle of Black people and people of color in America against white supremacy. The term ‘Datgum’ itself is a euphemism that is used to express anger or shock. Despite being born into a country cloaked in white supremacy, and raised in full awareness of it – I am always freshly surprised at how easy, if not downright profitable it is to kill us in full view with the whole world watching. The surprise I feel over this is what causes the anger and out comes the expression ‘Datgum!’ to stand in for feelings for which there aren’t words. Those feelings can be distilled into a mix of anger, despair, sadness, and confusion.”
He continues “The song was largely inspired by the protest of Colin Kaepernick refusing to observe the national anthem during the NFL games for which he was playing. The simple act was poignant and accompanied by a very concise and thoughtful explanation for his choice. My goal was to give greater context to the issue of racism to show that not only does it still exist but it is just as widespread as any other point in this nation’s history. The opening line is “Slaves on a ship, frays on a whip, chains on a hip, gangs on a strip, names on a list”. This short list documents the metamorphosis of the institution of racism. First we were bought as cattle (slaves on a ship) then we were tortured to destroy our minds (frays on a whip). When slavery was deemed illegal then Jim Crow laws were put into place to make sure we remained target and the prison yard became the new plantation (chains on a hip). Gangs originally developed as a means of protection against racism (gangs on a strip) but devolved into another beast entirely once The Black Panther Party and other likeminded pro-black groups were destroyed. In 2017 it is apparent we still have no recourse when an officer decides to end our lives for any apparent reason (names on a list). The officers actions are always justified by mainstream white society and the victims are always posthumously villainized. “Did he comply?”
‘Datgum’ is available at all download & streaming outlets.
Apple Music: http://apple.co/2xceG5z
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/J_Lee_the_Producer_Datgum_feat_Adam_L?id=Bb7kva7bgfwxhillyuoplnhamha
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Logic returns to drop heat in his second appearance on Charlie Sloth’ Fire in the Booth.
Ca$his- ‘Student Of Eminem’, Produced by Rikanatti.
From the new album Ca$his Vol 2.
Raggo Zulu Rebel – ‘Mary Jane & Me’ is lifted off his summer release “STRINGS” a collection of Acoustic sounds and heartfelt messages.