As of November 30th Apple will shut down Beats Music. While most of us a familiar with the 3 billion dollar sale that took place last year between Apple, Jimmy Lovine, and Dr. Dre, we will now see how history will unfold for the Beats
If you looking for something to make the bass come of your speakers, give Jeezy’s latest album a listen. “Church In These Streets” will surly have you nodding your head back and forth with the dope production and rhyme schemes enlisted on this project. While there are only a few vocalist features from Janelle Monae and Monica the production list is more in depth! You can stream the album in it entirety below.
While Kid Cudi is preparing to drop another album he is also getting ready to hit the road. The Kid from Cleveland is returning with the “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven” project which will be accompanied by the “Especial” tour. Cudi will be stopping in 16 cities, kicking off November 30th in Denver, Colorado.
Skeme is back with the third installation of his “Ingleworld” series. The album consists of 14 tracks with notable features from Chris Brown and T.I.. If your looking for some dope West-coast artistry, this is one to give a listen.
KRS-One is coming hard with another new single, this time produced by DJ Static. Check out “Sound Man” off the upcoming album “Now Hear This“. You’ll also be able to catch the Teacha in a few select cities, tour dates listed below.
Freddie Gibbs grabs up ManMan Savage for his latest offering “Packages” featuring some dope production from Tarentino of 808 Mafia. Be on the look out for Freddie’s upcoming project “Shadow of a Doubt”, due out later this month.
In America we lock up more children then anywhere in the world. Shockingly, over 54,000 inmates are under the age of 18 years old. The sad part is, we lock these children up for simply missing school, staying out past curfew, or running away from home. We as parents, educators, politicians, and every day citizens are letting the government fail the next generation. During my vast studies, I’ve come across the “school to prison pipeline” theory. At first I thought the idea was pretty preposterous, only to realize there actually is a direct connection. Parents drop the ball, the school system drops the ball, while the justice and pharmaceutical systems benefit (profit).