Music has often been called, “The language of the soul” as the energy it can invoke can often be described as palpable, transcending language, social class or race. June should matter to you because not only does it celebrate music, more importantly if your Black it celebrates you! June is known as ‘Black Music Month’ a month were we reflect on historic contributions of Blacks to the art form globally! Black musicians, singers, songwriters, and producers, DJs, and entertainers have continuously worked to help shape and influence multiple genres of music constantly innovating their sound and evolving staying modern and fresh.
“If you got a drug set, you got to do a lot of sh*t, you're not going to have a drug set and think you're not going to do a lot of bad things, ” Saul expressed with a hint of remorse. The CEO of one of the most notorious drug sets in Camden, New Jersey, sat down to tell his story and be held accountable for his past decisions.
After releasing his lyric video for his new release, “We Gon’ Be Alright,” in April, Camden’s Own Tye Tribbett released and “At Home Edition” of the same song. This version added the visual experience that captures the talented gospel singer performing his song with portions of his choir.
Mir Pesos releases his first video single from his most recent project “Peso Season 2,” which was released earlier this year. The video takes place on State St. in the Northside Camden, his hometown. The track while short time-wise, has a catchy beat and chorus. The track comes courtesy of Wayne Campbell aka “Wayne on Da Stix” who also shot the video.
Chuwop released his visuals for his single “Sanders” off his upcoming mixtape “Bloody Tears” which is scheduled for release June 2020. Bloody Tears will be released on all streaming platforms so make sure you check in for the official release date.
Sol ChYld, a Camden New Jersey artist and graduate of Morgan Village Creative Arts High School, releases her debut album, "For the Sol." ( available on all streaming platforms)