Daily Archives: April 18, 2017

Kendrick Lamar: DNA Official Video

Don Cheadle is a biased cop who becomes possessed by Kendrick Lamar during an interrogation in his “DNA” video. Lamar leaves the police station after Cheadle uncuffs him and he speaks death into his ear. Lamar reunites with his friends all while reminding the camera that he is loyal and has DNA that can not be duplicated.  Hip-Hop is his salvation in the scenario as a car full of girls drive by screaming.


JMSN Releases Video For Where Do U Go

JMSN is an insecure lover in the video for “Where Do U Go” and he spends the whole day in Los Angeles stalking his girlfriend played by Alexa Demie. The singer directed the black and white video and was able to recreate that nagging feeling of doubt so many people have in their relationships with some humor. JMSN’s fifth studio album Whatever Makes U Happy will be available April 28th on his White Room Records.


J.Period: Rise Up Feat. Black Thought, Posdnuos, Pharoahe Monche & Joss Stone

J.Period’s collaboration with Black Thought, Posdnuos, Pharaohe Monch and Joss Stone for “RISE UP!” is the lead song from his RISE UP! EP coming out May 2nd. The DJ/Producer wanted to explore the meaning of resistance and the state of the union. The three of them give words to the division in the country while Stone sings backup and the song ends with a sample of Dr. King urging people to stay committed to the movement.


Afro-Folk Singer Naomi Wachira Is Beautifully Human On New Song

Naomi Wachira’s reggae-infused folk sound was developed in Seattle via Kenya and “Beautifully Human” is her way of questioning inequality that happens among people because of perceived differences. Wachira’s full-length Song Of Lament is coming soon and she has an exact intent with the recording:

“If there’s one thing I learned from my parents, it is to try and leave a place better than I found it. My hope is that this album will do just that. I know we are certainly living in dark times, but I hope that we will all find the courage to be light in whatever way we’ve been gifted… that we will seek to understand those who are different from us and find ways to both acknowledge and celebrate our differences and similarities.”

Naomi Wachira’s Song Of Lament will be released June 2nd.



Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s My Balloon Video Is A Romantic Postcard From Columbia

Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s “My Balloon” features him playing piano, singing and having a romance in Columbia. The singer-songwriter from Brooklyn is taking his Jardin album on tour tomorrow and he will do some dates with Stones Throw labelmates Tuxedo.