The gift of sound transcends all barriers of division. Black History and The African American experience is commemorated every February however the experience is shared three hundred and sixty- five days a year. In his latest release, Judah Tha Prince captures the Black American experience in sound.
Accompanied by upcoming crooner Kayci Amour who delivers a melodic overlay to the record fittingly titled Black American.
Judah Tha Prince, commonly known to the world as Krumbsnatcha offers an insight through his energetic vocals on being an enemy of the state, a citizen of a country that has racism and inequality embedded in its society.
This is a song of upliftment and commemoration for all those who have fallen or been a victim of racial inequality and oppression.
DJ Modesty is now on his 369th show and has a reputation for playing nothing but that real Hip Hop shit you love to hear again and again.
The latest mix features artists such as Flee Lord & Havoc Feat Ransom, Shawneci Icecold & Craig G feat Ruste Juxx, Tek (of Smif-N-Wessun) feat Conway The Machine, and more.
Cuban Pete's track 'Blurrr' is also featured as well as 'Back In Queens The Realness' featuring Curt Digga, Rafeese, and QB Rap P. Check the video below. To make the cipher complete Curt Digga is also featured on Cuban's upcoming project produced by Hanzo Bladez of Grimewav.
Look out for the third installment of Modesty's 'Kings From Queens' production series coming soon.
Stream show #369 below and find that and a bunch of his other mixes on his Mixcloud HERE
German producer Bo Faat follows up his album 'Destiny', with fellow Drunken Monk Marz One and Boston Hip Hop legend Edo.G, with his solo producer album 'Die Welt ist ein dunkler Ort' (which translates to 'the world is a dark place').
The feel is definitely dark with grimey rhymes from artists including Blaq Poet, Grimewav, The Bad Seed, G Fam Black, Duck City Music, and of course Marz One, and more.
Check out the album below and purchase it HEREand the main digital platforms.