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2020 is here and Xrossroads has been busy in the lab making magic and planning the countdown to the release of their digital EP “The Road Less Traveled.”

 

Their latest visual “Save Me” by XROSSROADS is a thought provoking masterpiece taking a  look at the moral compass of couples.

 

Over Baby Paul’s melodic music mixed with Supa Emcees lyrics, you can hear a true-to-life heartfelt record reflecting on love and war that becomes the ammunition in the relationship battlefield.

 

XROSSROADS artist Supa Emcee depicts and bares his soul over Baby Paul’s music, in this personal account of the ups and downs we can experience when we love and the communication is gone.

 

The video is available on the XrossRoads Official TV YouTube channel.

 

Written + Performed by: Supa Emcee

Recorded + Mixed by: Chris Cronus / Titan Records Detroit

Directed by: Provitan Films

Edited by: Kenneth Baxter Jr.

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New Courtney Bell x !llmind – Channels Malcolm X with “PSA”

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Detroit native Courtney Bell announces his album Poverty Stricken (pre-save) alongside another hard hitting single from the project, “PSA.” Produced by Grammy Award winning !llmind, Courtney shows his lyrical prowess and touches on complex themes of spiritual impact, the systemic failure in our world, and maintaining his optimistic worldview despite these issues. The cinematically-styled video directed by Jack Anderson & the Drop Creative team, opens with a Godfather-esque “meeting of the minds” in which Courtney and his inner circle discuss the disarray plaguing their community. With a team at his back, Courtney delivers a “PSA” and becomes a leader and face of change.

Showing no signs of slowing down, Courtney continues to deliver his message of  enlightenment to the masses. He recently released “ICE,” an upbeat single about glorifying materialism over the spirit as well as “Say You Wanna,” showing off his softer side.  Furthering his mission to serve marginalized communities that he represents, Courtney created a monthly campaign this summer called, “The Fight Isn’t Over” where he delivered fresh water to Flint residents. Courtney is currently ending a 90 day healing and detox journey.

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Wil Black Feat High I’m EJ X DEMIK “HIGH NOON” {Wild Wild West Video}

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Producer Wil Black has been all over the place in 2020.  For “High Noon (Wild Wild West)” he hooks up with High I’m Ej, and introduces him to Demik for a lyrical showdown! Check out the  Video shot by Jomar Baez of Unique Visuals  to https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/wilblack/high-noon-wild-wild-west-feat-high-im-ej–demik  for streaming and downloading!

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Syncere “Neva Change” New Video

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When they say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree they had to be speaking on Syncere. Son of famed Detroit emcee Killa Kaun aka “Killz” This young man can be well on his way to a bright future in music. Neva Change is the perfect introduction for 16 year old Syncere who has been shaped by the cities of Detroit, Atlanta, and Las Vegas.

We will let his pops explain how Syncere came about as a artist.

So I come home one day this summer and @1lilsyn_ was in the studio …I’m like what you doing up, he reply’s that he thinks he can rap and he wrote a song. I listened and was shocked because what he had was actually dope as fuck. I set him up some studio time and his first song was birthed #neverchange #nevachange …I’m proud of you my guy../ your first song is slated to be released on all platforms in a few days …congratulations s/o to @whois192 for the mix and @killa_smurf for the video …Syncere is up next 🔥💪🏾💪🏾🔥

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