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Mic Crenshaw “Freedom” Ft. Gen. Erik And Kiloriti Maasai

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In celebration of the beginning of a new era, longtime Portland collaborators Mic Crenshaw and Gen.Erik have united with Tanzanian Dancehall artist Kiloriti Maasai to release a new Reggae induced Hip-Hop track “Freedom”.

Following tours through Africa and Russia, and collabs with dead prez and others, Mic Crenshaw has become a world-renowned artist, teacher, and activist. Meanwhile, Gen.Erik has taken a behind the scenes role in past years as the booking agent for many of hip-hop’s all-time greats (Rakim, Raekwon, Scarface, Ghostface, DJ Quik, Goodie Mob).

Both Crenshaw and Gen.Erik have been inspired by the hope and unity displayed in recent months, sparking the decision to work together again creatively; and Kiloriti added his signature East African Dancehall flavor.

According to Gen.Erik, who also produced the track, “Just as we were pondering the threats to freedom in our own country, we received an email that we couldn’t receive access to the vocal tracks because Tanzania had blocked their internet until after the election. It really puts things into perspective- Here we are, fighting against misinformation, division, corruption, and tyranny; while others have no freedom to even address these issues publicly.”

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(Audio) Young Strike – “P.O.M.N.” @BML_ENT @YoungStrike1

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DMV and Basement Line Entertainment artist Young Strike drops off his single entitled “P.O.M.N” (Proud Of My Niggas) produced by Hot1Beats.

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(Audio) Cyph Low – “Down” @CyphLow

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New York artist Cyph Low releases his anticipated emotional driven single “Down”. The first record off his upcoming album titled “The Young”. The song speaks for underdogs on loyalty, friendship and decision making. The hard in your face lyrics are perfectly balanced with a melodic cadence along with a deep hook making it an instant playback.

Cyph Low stands for the young people’s hearts & living out wishes. The Peekskill, NY born artist says he’s been making music as far back as he can remember. Coming from a musical background with his father playing the piano and his mother who was a singer it was natural.

Cyph explains “I knew when I won an elementary school talent show with my cousin and brother that I would be doing music as well.” It was this particular record followed by the production that would let Cyph express his mind frame of a young black male and the mental fortitude he has to have when dealing with today’s conditions.

Cyphs whole goal is to bring healing through music and entertainment.

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