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N.W.A. Biopic Trailer [Video]

“Straight Outta Compton” directed by F. Gary Gray is in theaters on August 14.

Troy Ave ‘Beneath Me’ [Video]

Troy Ave drops a new clip for his 2013 album. Click and comment!

Jae Millz ‘For The Win’ [Video]

Bad headlines have plagued Young Money all winter…it seems Jae Millz still in it to win it though.

BJ the Chicago Kid Featuring ScHoolboy Q ‘It’s True’ [Video]

True statements from BJ and Q. Click and comment!

John Legend Featuring Common ‘Glory’ [Video]

Lyric video from John Legend. Common with the bars.

Bilal – Slipping Away

This video was filmed in France. It was actually directed by Hans Elder. We all know that Bilal isn’t big on having a bunch of videos for his songs. I guess he was inspired to present this to his fanbase? And that fanbase is something I am a part of. So, I’m pretty elated to see this visual.

Well played and well made, Bilal.

    Alice Smith / Sam Dew / Dave Sitek – Shell Shock

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    Now this is what I call some protest music. I know, I know: I have been on my revolutionary ish today. That is a part of the grind: being thematic. With that said, give Alice Smith your undivided attention. Give her voice a chance.

    Lyrics:
    They say my treason is my blood
    It’s the price I pay
    Not a penny to my name 2x
    The cold ground on my face
    what I’ve done
    They dont say
    They won’t hesitate 2x
    You know my knees drop
    When you fall
    Whoever you are
    Wherever you are
    My heart stops
    When you call
    Whoever you are
    Wherever you are
    It’s shell shock 2x
    Every reason to see no smile
    Plastered on my face
    Since I was born I lived this way
    Since I worn between two places
    Every season that will change
    One thing stays the same
    I know that sound a mile away
    The same sound keeps me awake
    You know my knees drop
    When you fall
    Whoever you are
    Wherever you are
    My heart stops
    When you call
    Whoever you are
    Wherever you are
    It’s shell shock 2x

      Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow

      Using visuals from numerous protests and demonstrations across the country (and globe possibly), Wu Tang’s A Better Tomorrow is the video for the revolution. Well, at least a more “major” video. I wish I would have seen the main members rhyming. But, this video is as effective as it needs to be.

        Chris Rivers ‘Ain’t Hard To Tell’ [Video]

        From that “Wonderland of Misery 2″ project. 

        Rockie Fresh & Pill ‘The Rap Monument’ [Video]

        Stonewall bars from Rockie Fresh & Pill.

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