Daily Archives: April 13, 2018

Talib Kweli: All Of Us Feat. Jay Electronica & Yummy Bingham Official Video

 Talib Kweli releases the video for “All Of Us” featuring Jay Electronica and Yummy Bingham. The five and half minutes visual looks at working class struggles and the ongoing problem with the police taking innocent lives. Talib Kweli appears briefly at the beginning and there quick sightings of Common, M1 and Immortal Technique. Radio Silence is Talib Kweli’s eighth album. 


Bandsintown Launches The First Personalized Festival Recommendation Guide

Bandsintown launched a personalized festival guide for Coachella today inside their mobile app. Concert-goers attending the event can use the app to plan their itinerary among the 240 artists performing across 9 stages. Bandsintown managing partner Fabrice Sargent explains, 

“There is so much incredible talent to see at Festivals like Coachella, it can be overwhelming for fans to decide who to see at any given moment. We want to make sure fans never miss an opportunity to discover the best artists suited to their taste, and we hope personalized guides like this help provide them with the best festival experiences possible.”

For those not attending they can stream it on Youtube and use the Bandsintown Coachella guide to plan their viewing schedule. 


Chuck D, Bishop Lamont & Mykill Miers Collaborate On I Rap Black

Chuck D, Bishop Lamont and Mykill Miers flex their voices on “I Rap Black” from Swedish producer Max I Millions’ forthcoming Maxtape Vol.1. They critique America’s classicism, the current trend of “being woke” and police brutality. Swedish DJs Create & Devastate mixed the song and the new project. Devastate passed away last month and is remembered at the opening of the song. Maxtape Vol.1 has a release date for sometime in the fall and there are features from CL Smooth, Skyzoo, Edo G and more.