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New EP from Shad and Skratch Bastid

As a result of a collab from Shad's upcoming LP comes this 5 track EP, The Spring Up. If that wasn't dope enough, it features DJ Jazzy Jeff and Cadence Weapon. And if that wasn't ill enough still, it's FREE! Click here.

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“Peace” by Shad

New track from Shad. It’s a new, unmixed, one-off demo, but enjoy. Produced by Canada's own Skratch Bastid. Peace.

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Sean Prominent – Special Way (Music Video)

Sean Prominent always brings love, as evidence by his last EP The Love Spectacle. Here's a new track "Special Way" produced by Royce Birth. Here's a banging quote you'll see in the video:

"A man who treats his woman like a princess is proof that he has been born and raised in the arms of a queen"

Seanny is always dropping knowledge. Enjoy.


Audio Leak: “Why We Talk Stuff Like That (Intro)” by R.U.I.N.

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Sho Baraka’s Talented Xth – a discussion

Sketch the Journalist does an absolutely fabulous job covering the Christian Hip-Hop scene both nationally and in his home state of Texas. He continues to get the 'big interviews' and asks the poignant questions about the Christian's place in hip-hop culture. Continue to check out his blog for great content.

Posted below is an hour long discussion about Sho Baraka's intelligent and thought provoking new release Talented Xth. Sketch writes:

It was hosted by author Seth Tower Hurd and included hip hop artist/urban missionary Kareem Manuel and Ta-Tanisha Jordan, a Chicago-based actress who will be opening up a Children’s Theater Company this fall.

Our talk was sparked by the release of Sho Baraka’s Talented Xth album (which hit #3 on iTunes’ Hip Hop/Rap charts yesterday) and his “Jim Crow” song that uses the “n-word” and “b-word” – something that surprises and shocks people given Sho’s past affiliation with one of  Christian hip hop’s most visible record labels.

This discussion is definitely worth your time. Check it out.

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Golden – Idle No More-ship

This self-produced song and video, from Greater Toronto Area emcee Golden, tackles the issues in the #IdleNoMore movement. While there are many sides to this struggle, it is encouraging to see emcees take on current events and lend their voice to larger cultural discussion.

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