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Spiritual references on Baru’s Magdalene ft. Precious

Magdalene is spiritual. It’s human vulnerability put out for us to observe and absorb. Magdalene at it core is not necessarily a hip hop album. Precious has the hip hop edge to her (if you remember “Enough” on Drugs EP), but on here she delivers soulfully over experimental and intentioned trap and rnb beats.

The cover art to this album is a painting of Jesus’ appearance to Magdalene.

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How To Promote A New Release On The Cheap

While simply uploading music and hoping for the best works out for some, most musicians need to promote their work if they want to make their mark with audiences. Music promotion is a broad term that covers everything from urging fans to listen to new music over social media to launching a costly professional PR […]

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Naxa in his Gospel gives all the hope and Vision the Youth need

He is a poet in-transition as he wraps contemporary issues in his raps as an outcome of his gift without bias of what religious sect – we all need hope.

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Hey Fam’ no one cares what you are going through, just keep Grinding

I had a conversation with an old friend of mine – about life, work an life again and really just life. Life encompasses; work, love, pain and more. The topics we had were revolving around work, finances and then hip hop. He said something about how UG Hip Hop has a lot of it’s politics, […]

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UG Hip hop and our big brothers and sisters – an appreciation note

I grew up a middle child. I am between two generations in my family. I am a big brother with two big brothers and a big sister. I was the last born for about seven years. My big sister introduced me to music generally, and one of my brothers who I looked up to sort […]

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Recover the Money, Young King and Queen

The intro to Baru’s “Recover the Money” which features Pryce Teeba is one of the spot on prologues in Baru’s catalogue. With a super charged employment of the panning, the intro slides in, Abaasa chants these lines: “I am chopping the money/I am getting the money…. Recover the money, recover the money/that’s what I do […]