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Silk Sonic: The Duo Bringing the 70s Back

A smooth, sensual take on 1970s Funk, “Leave the Door Open” captures the essence of black love in an expressingly braggadocious, yet thoughtful fashion. The harmonies are reminiscent of the Isley Brothers - low, soft background vocals floating atop simple drum progressions matched with tenderly soaked tenor vocals.  

Brent Faiyaz Gravity Cover

Brent Faiyaz’s Latest Releases

Brent Faiyaz's continuum of unexpected gem droppings. The midnight Twitter drop on January 29th, 2021 of "Gravity" that then was followed by "Circles" and three other singles that Faiyaz linked to a DropBox that continue to leave his fans in shock and amusement.

American Skin’s Take on Racism in the US Today

The release of the movie American Skin comes at a monumental time in America due to the uprising of the Black community following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmed Arbery, and Breonna Taylor. It was almost as if the resurrection of Civil Rights Movements was revived this summer as cities across America were filled with Black Lives Matter protests. 

Brent Faiyaz Gravity Cover

Brent Faiyaz’s Latest Releases

The continuum of gem droppings by Brent Faiyaz with the new single "Gravity" on January 29, 2021. The unannounced Twitter drop of "Circles" and then link to a DropBox with three more songs that continue to shock and leave his fans in amazement. 

Jazmine Sullivan’s Heaux Tales: An album for women, by women

After a 5-year hiatus, one of Philly’s best Black female vocalists, Jazmine Sullivan, has returned to the R&B/Hip-Hop scene. The release of Jazmine Sullivan’s 2021 album Heaux Tales has been met with critical acclaim, as the album explores love, sex, and power from a female perspective. Jazmine does not bite her tongue on this album: this project is for women, by women. 

WUSA9 Protesters gathered in from on the Nigerian EMbassy to #EndSars on the first day of protests, October 11th. 

#EndSARS DMV

Thousands of young activists in the Washington, D.C. area rallied to support Nigerian efforts to eliminate that country’s Special Anti-Robbery Squad, also known as SARS, a notoriously corrupt and brutal police force. 


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