Erykah Badu – Window Seat

The second single from Erykah Badu’s long awaited album, “New AmErykah part two: Return to the Ankh”. In stores March 30th. This joint is maaad smooth. I can’t wait for the album.

Erykah Badu – Window Seat

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Janelle Monae – Cold War

More smooth grooves from Janelle Monae. This is the second single off her upcoming album, “The ArchAndroid”, in stores soon.

Janelle Monae – Cold War

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Jay Electronica – Victory Mixtape

Hot of the heels of his smash hit, Exhibit C, the kid Jay Electronica is blessing us again with a dope new mixtape titled Victory. Hosted by DJ Dub X and Furious Styles.

The mixtape is 27 tracks strong but none of them are titled. So download, put it in your iPod and head nod to this.

Track 2 (Exhibit B)

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More tracks and download link after the jump.

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Sadat X – Wild Cowboys II (Trailer)

Trailer for Sadat X’s upcoming album, Wild Cowobys II. Featuring Kurupt, ILL Bill, Umi & M-1 of Dead Prez, Andre the Giant (A.G.), Rhymefest, Grand Puba, Lord Jamar and Twan. And production by 9th Wonder, DJ Spinna, Sir Jinx, Pete Rock, Diamomd D, Buckwild, Will Tell, Grant Parks and more!

Album in stores soon.

American Rebel Video ft. Amber Rose

American RebeL- Persona Magazine Vol 1. from PERSONA MAGAZINE on Vimeo.

Persona Magazine’s first issue will be dedicated to Amber Rose. And to kick it off they’ve put together behind-the-scenes footage from Persona’s photo shoot with Amber.

“This is England”. The film centers on a group of London Skinheads hanging in England during the 1960s. It was a time when this particular subculture didn’t bother with politics and race but more fixated themselves on the unisex fashion, music, and lifestyle-alternate to the popular Mod trend. Deviating from the norm and portraying this rebellious attitude, the Skinheads represented a time of change much like the shaven-headed beauty, Amber Rose.