Aerosoul Limited presents: the Official HD Music Video for the “I Am” Global Collab — shot on location in 8 countries; connecting us through rap music and Hip Hop culture across Africa and the Diaspora! TWO YEARS IN THE MAKING… Produced by Teck-Zilla [Canada] Co-starring: Maka [Nigeria] Modenine [Nigeria] Five
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This is BIG for me. My first new song in 9 months! (Scroll to the bottom for the clean, dirty, acapella and instrumental versions.) “If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.” – Heather Heyer Since adopting two young kids a couple years ago and taking on full-time daddy duties,
Controversial and edgy: that’s what they want — and that’s EXACTLY what they got from AWKWORD in his latest video, for the critically acclaimed but slept-on #WorldView single “Throw Away The Key“, produced by L.Ment of Canada. Co-Signed by Chuck D of Public Enemy: Quality music that deserves to be heard.
Alongside Ab-Soul, RA The Rugged Man and Vic Mensa, AWKWORD was named to Rap Genius‘s Top 5 Lyrics of the Week for his video “Throw Away The Key“, earning him a feature on MSNBC’s The Grio. Click here to read the full story and see what they had to say.
Today, RapGenius world premieres — and features on its homepage! — their Outside The Lines podcast Interview with AWKWORD, as well as the brand-new video for AWKWORD‘s song on Racism, Classism and Criminal In-Justice “Throw Away The Key”, sponsored by the New York Civil Liberties Union and Occupy The Hood.
The long-awaited official music video for AWKWORD‘s critically acclaimed and internationally recognized “Throw Away The Key” premieres tomorrow, Tuesday, August 6, 2013, via RapGenius. The video, along with a recent RapGenius interview with AWKWORD, will be featured on the site’s homepage. The song — a RapGenius Editor’s Pick (see below)
THROW AWAY THE KEY (NO MORE PRISONS) – THE SONG!!! (video coming soon.) A couple days before his first birthday without his mother (RIP), on July 30, 2012, Rapper/Activist (and Sociologist) AWKWORD released a song close to his heart, “Throw Away The Key (No More Prisons)“, his first overtly political song