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ethemadassassin & Seven Da Pantha “Push The Line” (Video)

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ethemadassassan and Seven Da Pantha, NC lyrical thoroughbred’s, enlist Rick Vega for “Push The Line.” The video serves as the third release from the duo’s new album ‘Carter N Newton: The Field Report.’ The album is produced by Slidebeatz and is available now on all streaming platforms.

The trio, brewing with lyrical explosives unleashes consequence after consequence on anyone overstepping boundaries and crossing lines. Take heed to the message at hand…

“Carter N Newton: The Field Report” is available on all streaming platforms.

Check out the video and grab your copy of the album below.

https://bfan.link/carter-n-newton-the-field-report

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The Late Faith Walker’s “I Gave My All” Video

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Taot Recordings release the late Faith Walker’s new video “I Gave My All.” The song produced by platinum award-winning Marcus Kane is from Faith’s self-titled album out now on all platforms.

Over soulful tones, the celebrated R&B songstress delivers an emotional tale about one-sided relationships. Selflessly she held it down and gave her all without any reciprocation. Now she belts a different tune, “I gave my all, what did you do? I gave it my all but what’s the use? I gave my all I’m through! ‘Cause I tried to make it work but it takes two, me and you!”

Watch the video below and stream/download ‘Faith Walker’ the album on preferred platforms.

 

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Maniac Blac Debuts ‘Concrete Island’ EP (Produced by Harold Scrap Fretty)

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Maniac Blac debuts the highly anticipated EP ‘Concrete Island’ produced by Harold Scrap Fretty (producer of Tupac’s ‘God Can’t Judge Me’). The 7-track project ranks number 46 on Amazon’s Hip Hop Release Chart.

Harold’s superb blend of new and old school melodies heightens Blac’s diverse style and flow throughout the EP, which touches on multiple worldly issues. Blac mentions police brutality, racism, senseless violence in low-income housing, and more disheartening topics. Blac stated he wanted the project to speak up for the ones who can’t speak and the children who grow up in single-parent households.

In a short period of time, the EP has landed on The Real DJ Spins mixtape, spins on multiple radio stations on the East Coast, and has gained hundreds of streams in the Los Angeles area. ‘Concrete Island’ is available on Amazon as well as all other streaming platforms. Check out the project below and enjoy your journey through ‘Concrete Island.’

A majority of the proceeds from ‘Concrete Island’ go to the B.C.R.F. (Breast Cancer Research Foundation) to help spread prevention and awareness about breast cancer.

Amazon Link: http://ow.ly/fFZH30rV5L5

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