Song of the Day: I Can’t Remember My Name – Snotty Nose Rez Kids (ft. Shanks Sioux)

Following their debut on the blog with single, ‘Creator Made Me An Animal’, SNOOTY NOSE REZ KIDS continue to bring on the aggressive and assertive energy through latest track, ‘I Can’t Remember My Name.’

“I Can’t Remember My Name suggests we are lost and don’t understand our position in this new world, but the lyrics tell the opposite. Instead of being consumed by society, we preserve everything that makes us Indigenous by staying true to ourselves through all the bullshit.” – SNOOTY NOSE REZ KIDS

‘I Can’t Remember My Name’ is from ‘their new album, ‘TRAPLINE’, released last Friday (10th May.)

Check out their video below, directed by Ben Knechtel (Carly Rae Jepsen).

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New Track: O.L.V – Adjua

Hailing from Bristol, vocalist and producer ADJUA releases her debut single ‘O.L.V’, fresh off her upcoming album.

The tracks creation began with just the words “one little voice” – a line which ultimately became the overriding inspiration for the single. Diving headfirst into a deep rolling bass-line, ADJUA‘s powerful vocals cut through the darkness. Inspired by the bass heavy depths of Bristol’s underground music scene, a kaleidoscope of sounds and textures are fused with ADJUA’s transcendent songwriting to form her powerful, dark-pop aesthetic.

With the accompanying video the artist enlisted the help of aerial acrobat Amber Lavina to embody the track’s feeling of courage, as she gracefully defies gravity in the dark and mystical visual.

ADJUA began her musical career as a teenage drummer in an all-female punk band, where she quickly developed a taste for a genre that was willing to push social and political boundaries. After collaborating with a range of producers, she became revered for her high energy live performances as the front woman for Backbeat Soundsystem, combining her soulful melodies with a deep, poetic lyricism.

The talented young producer’s debut release shows an artist on the rise….check out the video to ADJUA‘s ‘O.L.V’ below:

Songs of the Day: Blue Hounds – Ren

Following the release of his debut EP, ‘A Calling From The Shore’ which generated over 650K streams on spotify, REN returns with a mellow piece entitled ‘Blue Hounds.’

Written and recorded in Newcastle, ‘Blue Hounds’ takes careful aim at the dogs let slip by a savage Tory agenda from Theresa May’s 2017 Tory manifesto to current EU negotiations.

Speaking of his latest effort, REN says: “With this song, I wanted to make people more aware of and engaged in current affairs. It’s a call for people to take a stand against policies that infringe on our rights.”

Have a listen below:

New Track: Creator Made An Animal – Snotty Nose Rez Kids (ft. Boslen)

Featuring rapper Boslen, SNOTTY NOSE REZ KIDS‘ latest joint, ‘Creator Made An Animal’, carries an aggressive and assertive energy that imitates the way society portrays Indigenous people and people of colour across Turtle Island.

As a latest edition of the Indigenous ancestry, the Canadian hip-hop duo stated they are often regarded as the pissed-off generation who haven’t gotten over what colonisation has done to their lands and people.

Through their boisterous yet slick delivery, they’re letting the world know that they are here to stay and they are NOT changing for anyone!  Their latest track serves as a teaser for their album, ‘TRAPLINE’, set for release next month.

Check out the video for ‘Creator Made An Animal’ Below:

 

New Track: Black America – Yung B.E.

YUNG B.E drops his latest track entitled ‘Black America.’

Injecting a lick of a heavy-funk b-line, the offering sees The Live From The Pentagon Entertainment recruit vent on the current issue of race relations in his homeland regarding black people and people of colour.

‘Black America’ features fellow label rapper Cleon ‘3Bubble’ Solomon who, together with Justin ‘J.Gray’ Gray, produced a string of critically acclaimed projects, which collectively received strong support from the likes of Hype Magazine, Huffington Post, True Magazine.

Also an ordained minister, YUNG B.E. has performed for the Mayor of Houston, Texas as well as performing at live gigs throughout the country.

Check him out below:

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