#Releases

A transformative theme

MELI PEREA presents "LODO", a transformative theme, a song that encourages the construction of our own paths, evoking a creative and strong intention, freeing ourselves from the power we have given to the words of others about our own path. In this new work, Meli has once again collaborated with Ancestral Beats, blending rhythms such as mapalé, Cuban bembé, and turreo.

From Jamaica to Brazil, with a touch of New York

RUTAS INTERESTELARES showcases a lineup of musical styles, from hip-hop and reggae to electronic elements, all expertly intertwined to create a truly unique sound. Sr. Wilson's insightful and emotive lyrics combine with Griffi's cutting-edge production to craft songs that reflect the contemporary world.

Think warriors reporting from the battlefield

"Understand What Black Is" by The Last Poets is an album that matters - not just musically, but as a record of the times we're living in. The Last Poets are weathervanes, warning of the future and past sins in poems that are indivisible from the rhythms they are voiced on. Their work is a test of our own courage - because are you ready to receive what they're saying?

Some healthy 'Civil Disobedience'

Bishop The Overseer exercises some healthy 'civil disobedience' in his latest release 'Battle Cry' Inspired by the historical events depicted in the motion picture “Birth of a Nation”, Bishop The Overseer releases the 4th single from his upcoming album “Nation of Immigrants."

‘Fantasize’ is a grandiose rant in which Arlen airs his discontentment with his station in life as well as the socio-political climate at the time of his writing, while defiantly daring to dream big.  He began writing the song during his gruelling tenure in medical school when he truly began questioning his purpose in life. Lesroy ‘A.P.’ Byers of the Oakville Collective captures perfectly in the production, the sentiment of Arlen’s hopeful helplessness.

Lágrimas de Sangre or LDS is one of the most famous Spanish bands. Although generally catalogued as Hip Hop, their music is strongly influenced by Rock and Reggae, and performs on stage with live instruments, making the live show a truly engaging experience for the fans. They are a politically engaged band, often singing about social commentary, but also have a lighter side with several party anthems and “Feel-good” music. “Volver” is definitely the new hit of the Catalan band.