Daily Archives: August 10, 2017

Edo. G, Shabaam Sahdeeq & Fokis: Ying & Yang Official Video

Edo. G, Shabaam Sahdeeq and Fokis released their Recognize Your Power EP last year. The video for “Ying & Yang” finds them delivering their rhymes on the streets looking straight into the camera. Recognize Your Power also has guest appearances from Rass Kass, Oh No, Planet Asia, Torae, DJ Eclipse and Craig G. Stream the whole EP below.

Full Crate x Mar: A Woman EP

Full Crate x Mar have dedicated their latest EP, A Woman, to their vision of women. The four-song project is mostly at a slow and bewitching pace except for the house-oriented “Nobody Else.” Their statement explains the theme,

“Strong, Mysterious, Beautiful & Pure.
This is our vision of A Woman.
We believe there are stories untold from women all over the world and certain powers of A Woman that need to be shown.”

Stream A Woman and then buy it from iTunes.

Galimatias Releases Blowback Single

Galimatias is a Danish artist based in Los Angeles and “Blowback” is the second single he’s released this year. In 2015 his Urban Flora EP came out and created a buzz for him. “Blowback” has received several streams for its smoothness that is supported by a sample of Barbara Lewis’ “Hello Stranger.” Galimatias is already crafting new music to take his solo career to the next level.

Johnny Gill Will Live Stream Concert September 1st On GFNTV.Com

 

Johnny Gill will live stream a concert for his fans on September 1st via GFNTV.Com. Gill is urging fans to subscribe to the site for $9.99 to participate in the event.  It’s been an exceptional year for him thanks to his Game Changer solo album and the success of BET’s New Edition Story that had 29 million viewers. Game Changer has four top ten hits and “This One’s For Me & You” received a NAACP nomination in the Outstanding Music Video Category. Log onto GFNTV.Com to subscribe and see Gill in a rare event.

Moses Sumney Shares Quarrel Single Before The Release Of Aromanticism

Moses Sumney is getting ready for the release of Aromanticism and “Quarrel” is the second single from the album. Thundercat plays bass on the murky single produced by Cam Obi. Aromanticism will be released September 22nd and Sumney kicks off his tour tomorrow at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival.

                                                            Moses Sumney Tour Dates

8/11 Brooklyn, NY – BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival
9/02 Dorset, UK – End of the Road Festival
9/22 San Diego, CA – Irenic
9/24 Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl
9/26 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
9/28 Seattle, WA – Crocodile
9/29 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
9/30 Vancouver, BC – St. James Hall
10/03 Minneapolis, MN – Icehouse
10/04 Chicago, IL – Old Town School of Folk
10/05 Toronto, ON – Mod Club
10/09 Cambridge, MA – Sinclair
10/11 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
10/12 Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
10/14 Asheville, NC – Mothlight
10/15 Atlanta, GA – Afropunk Festival
10/17 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
10/18 Austin, TX – Parish
10/21 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre
10/30 Brighton, UK – Komedia
10/31 London, UK – Islington Town Hall
11/02 Paris, FR – Pitchfork Music Festival
11/03 Bruges, BE – Cactus Club
11/05 Eindhoven, NL – So What’s Next?
11/07 Cologne, DE – Kulturkirche
11/08 Prague, CZ – Meetfactory
11/09 Munich, DE – Ampere
11/12 Berlin, DE – Berghain Kantine
11/14 Copenhagen, DK – Lille Vega
11/16 Amsterdam, NL – Vondelkerk
11/17 Luxembourg, LU – Sonic Visions Festival
11/18 Hamburg, DE – Überjazz Festival: Kampnagel K2
11/20 Brussels, BE – Botanique – Rotunde
11/22 Zürich, CH – Rote Fabrik