Daily Archives: February 17, 2016

Charles Bradley-Change For The World (Official Video)

Charles Bradley’s “Change For The World” is his plea to spread universal love and a warning about the existence of hate. Bradley’s third album Changes comes out April 1st.


Arrested Development Is Back With Two New Albums And A Video For I Don’t See You At The Club

Arrested Development is back with two new albums and a video for their first single “I Don’t See You At The Club.” The group became icons of ’90’s hip-hop with their pro-Black, pro-people messages that were exemplified by the folksy flavor of “Tennesse” and “Mr. Wendal.”  “I Don’t See You At The Club” is in step with their earlier music but today they are referencing Black Lives Matter and the Confederate flag in front of South Carolina’s Capitol Building. Changing The Narrative can be downloaded for free from their official site and This Was Never Home is available at the usual online outlets,


White Boiz-G.U.N. Feat. Chace Infinite

Krondon and Shafiq Husayn’s White Boiz project is back with a video for “G.U.N.” which is an acronym for God Understands Niguhs. Chace Infinite is featured on the song that has them sharing more of their Afrocentric worldview that is a contrast to the white supremacy represented in the video by so much whiteness. Neighborhood Wonderful is out now.