Jeepz – Soul Spins

Canadian (Ottawa) beatmaker Jeepz returns with his highly-anticipated 50th collection of instrumentals Soul Spins. Celebrating the three-year journey from the first instrumental release in February 2012 to now, Soul Spins features the voices and talents of an array of artists Jeepz has encountered along the way.

With guest features from an array of collaborators new and old, from longtime partners Just Poets to highly acclaimed Californian emcee Blu, Jeepz has fused the work of spoken word poets, emcees, DJ’s, singers, musicians, and visual artists from Canada the U.S. and France, with his ‘vintage futuristic boom-bap’.

From soulful and mood-setting smooth joints, to gritty and hard-hitting bangers, Soul Spins embodies the Jeepz sound. Lush, layered, and head-nodding instrumentals that feel like classic hip-hop and 2015 collided over dusty drum breaks.

Sir the Baptist – Creflo “Almighty” Dollar [Official Video]

This is not simply a standard music video, but an educational and artistic demonstration from the prospective of a homeless artist, whose survival through homelessness re-defined the importance of the monetary system. As a Preacher’s Kid, Sir the Baptist relates the abuse of money to Creflo Dollar. In this demonstration, we are using vivid and sometimes arresting images from across the globe, and our own footage filmed by Knikki and Anthony Kyser, to drive home the core message.

Siimba Liives Long – Cocaine Bimbie

Hailing from Brooklyn, but raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Siimba Liiives Long brings a refreshing new sound and outlook on life to the hip hop world. In his first visual effort for the song, “Cocaine Bimbie,” Siimba showcases his cultural awareness in an undeniably unique way. From the wildlife in Africa to the cityscape of New York, we’re able to catch a glimpse inside the life of an emerging artist.

“Cocaine Bimbie” is the first single off Siimba Liives Long’s debut project, Zemenays Gemiinii, coming soon.