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Sa-Roc & Rah Digga Co-Headlining Tour

Sa-Roc and Rah Digga are going on tour together as co-headliners. The tour takes place later in the summer and tickets will go on sale this Friday. Sa-Roc released the deluxe version of her critically acclaimed Sharecropper’s Daughter album in 2021. The album was recognized for her lyricism and she also had a duet with late hip-hop enigma MF Doom. Her presence continues to grow and she did a Tiny Desk concert not long after the release of the album. Digga’s been busy these days as one of the hosts of rapper Lord Jamar’s Yanadameen Godcast. 

 




Sol Messiah’s GOD CMPLX Debut On The Way

Producer Sol Messiah is getting ready for the release of his debut album GOD CMPLX. The hip-hop producer connected with Locksmith, Stic.Man of Dead Prez, Murs, Evidence, Sa-Roc and more on the music. The Atlanta producer is used to sonically painting for other artists like David Banner, Jay-Z and Nappy Roots but GOD CMPLX is his first time being wholly dedicated to his personal vision. “Roc Steady” featuring Sa-Roc is on the album and the video is an ode to crate-digging for vinyl, graffiti, beats and rhymes. GOD CMPLX will be released on September 30th via Rhymesayers Entertainment.  Sol Messiah will join Sa-Roc on her Mother Tongue tour that kicks off September 7th and tickets are on sale now. 

GOD CMPLX — Tracklisting:

1. Who’s The Star
2. GOD CMPLX (feat. KXNG Crooked, Sa-Roc)
3. Knowledge (feat. Wakeel Allah)
4. Limitless (feat. Evidence of Dilated Peoples)
5. Freedom (feat. Locksmith, Stic.Man of Dead Prez)
6. The Hard Way (feat. Che Noir, Lyric Jones, Sa-Roc)
7. Mickey Messiah (feat. Mickey Factz)
8. Sol Supreme (feat. Cambatta)
9. Wisdom (feat. Wakeel Allah)
10. Roc Steady (feat. Sa-Roc)
11. Sun-Dey-Skool (feat. Planet Asia)
12. Dogon (feat. TriState)
13. Computer Roc (feat. Sa-Roc, Narubi Selah)
14. Slipping Sands (feat. Murs, Sa-Roc)
15. Grand (feat. Da BackWudz)
16. Rhymeslayers (feat. Slug of Atmosphere, Aesop Rock, Sa-Roc)
17. Jah City (feat. Baba Zumbi of Zion I)
18. Understanding (feat. Wakeel Allah)
19. The Light (feat. Sa-Roc)




Sa-Roc’s Sharecropper’s Daughter Deluxe Edition Has Six New Songs & Unheard Verse From MF Doom

Sa-Roc’s The Sharecropper’s Daughter Deluxe edition is out now and has six new songs. One of the highlights of the deluxe version is an unheard verse from the late MF Doom on “The Rebirth.” She’s also debuting her video for “Wild Seeds” which is inspired by Octavia Butler’s sci-fi novel Wild Seed. Women like Sojourner Truth, Queen Nanny and Harriet Tubman are celebrated in “Wild Seeds.” The Aliza Brugger-directed video has a guest appearance from holistic health guru Queen Afua. Sa-Roc says, 

“Just like wild seeds, we remain unfettered and unbroken, adding beauty and immeasurable value to a world that chooses not to acknowledge us but our very existence is the only acknowledgment we require.”

The six songs will be available on a bonus vinyl version scheduled for release on August 20th but can be pre-ordered now. The Sharecropper’s Daughter: Bonus Vinyl will be pressed on multi-colored vinyl and housed in a gold foil laminated jacket.  Sa-Roc will be performing at Lollapalooza 2021 and Cali Roots Festival 2022. 

 

 

 




Sa-Roc: The Sharecropper’s Daughter Album Stream

Sa-Roc Credit: Sean Cokes

Sa-Roc delivers her Rhymesayer’s Entertainment debut The Sharecropper’s Daughter and it’s an introspective trip through her politics and pride in her craft. Sol Messiah handled most of the production on the album that has moments with Ledisi, Black Thought, Saul Williams, Chronixx and Styles P. Guest producers Evidence and Al B. Smoov also added their touch to the music. Sa-Roc mused about TSD in a statement: 

“I’m excited about the content of it. It’s especially timely because it talks about the cycle of injustice we experience in this country. The cycle of emotional baggage in genetic transfer of that emotion… how it frames our perspective and what we can do to reshape a legacy and future for ourselves outside of that trauma and pain we inherit from history, our ancestors, our elders.”

Sa-Roc was still able to create a level of festivity despite the seriousness of the topics. Her pro-Black ideas and self-admitted love of emceeing co-exist in a space that feels more like pleasure than preaching. The Sharecropper’s Daughter is available along with merchandise at her website.