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JunesFlow Celebrates Detroit Dance Culture on New Album “Long Live Jit

The best way to go down as a legend in your city is to do what has never been done,
and that is exactly what JunesFlow is up to on the first project of its kind, “Long Live Jit”. The speaker knocking, second single and title track off the project, “Long Live Jit” gets into the undeniable appeal of The Jitterbug, aka The Jit, which is a legendary dance primarily done to Detroit Techno-Music that has spanned the decades.

The album is released through WhatUpDoe Radio, with all production handled by Mark Cooper, with the exception of the Desmond “Dj DDT” Travis-produced “Long Live Jit”. In addition to being the first project of its kind, “Long Live Jit” has the details down to a science as well. From the history lesson to the precise way all songs are engineered to be 3 minutes and 13 seconds long, as an homage to Detroit’s area code (313), “Long Live Jit” will be that project people from around the globe will visit and revisit to get a taste of Detroit. Proving you don’t have to be from a location to enjoy and understand its culture.

The “Long Live Jit” album is available on all major streaming outlets now!
A limited quantity of vinyls will be available soon, plus an instrumental release. Sample the full #LongLiveJit album here: “Long Live Jit” (Full Album)

Source: DJ DDT

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BOOSTER – Let’s Talk

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BOOSTER - Let's Talk

It’s time for some conversation. Let’s chat about this latest record right here from AGiLE SOCiETY artist BOOSTER. Soulful chitter-chatter, musical speech, and well a whole lot of pressing replay on this one as “Let’s Talk” drives forward showcasing BOOSTER’s range & depth before a word at the end. A smooth listen that flexes a healthy song progression “Let’s Talk” will have you doing just that. So catch the vibe, keep those headphones alive, and have yourself a little dialog with this here conversation.

Available across all major platforms here: https://unitedmasters.com/booster/r/let-s-talk/ApQY8Ywj88ws

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Ketch P – “Death Soup” ft Guilty Simpson & Paradime – Prod by Blizzard

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Ketch P - "Death Soup" ft Guilty Simpson & Paradime - Prod by Blizzard
Off his impending free project “Gift Certificate” Detroit emcee Ketch P teams up with some 313 heavy hitters for a hip-hop spoonful of doom. “Death Soup” has the legendary Guilty Simpson & Paradime combining forces atop a boom-bap gem orchestrated via producer Blizzard. Metaphor packed bar rap that breathes authenticity & riveting penmanship, “Death Soup” is but a sneak peek of what’s to come from the Middle Finger Music emcee as “Gift Certificate” nears.

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Josh Sport – “Black Do Crack”

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Josh Sport - "Black Do Crack"

Dealing with a powerful message can be a difficult task for many artists, however, Josh Sport handles that very challenge effortlessly with his brand new single “Black Do Crack“. Tackling America’s crack epidemic comes his lyrical perspective from first-hand experience dealing inside of an environment that has been all too real for too many. The bouncy beat & Josh Sport’s fluid bars captivate and even though I’m not one to compare artists often I definitely got some earlier years Jay-Z type vibes with the production/delivery in which has been presented. A banger with replay value is a great quick description of what we have here and I’m definitely adding Josh Sport to the radar. – COMMi$$ION

Here’s a message from Josh Sport’s Soundcloud page itself breaking down the record.

A young Black males outlook on greed, materialism, drug dealing, Black on Black violence, guilt, and aspirations. Speaking from one who was born at the height of America’s crack epidemic, growing up and seeing it affects firsthand and eventually taking part as a dealer himself. This banger balances hard drums, grungey flows, and witty rhymes about crack cocaine and “cracking” under pressure. There are even references to Africa’s war on blood diamonds and how it is seen from the perspective of a young Black American male.

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