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  • Sadistik x Kno – “To Be In Love” (Video) | @TheRealSadistik @Kno

    “To Be In Love” is a new video from Sadistik and Kno (of The Cunninlynguists), which will be on their recently announced Phantom Limbs joint project. The seven-track release will be dropping on August 11th, and you can pre-order your copy from their website. Video credits below.

    Directed by Jason-Christopher Mayer
    Director of Photography: Adam Eurich
    Model: Angel Del Rey

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  • Tony Styxx – “Name of the King” (Video) | @Tony_Styxx @gldmnd317

    Tony Styxx is working on a 6-track EP, titled Jackers, and he just dropped a new video for his “Name of the King” track. The song was produced by Soul Cinematik, and the video was put together by GLDMND. The video is a part of Musical Family Tree’s evolving MVID series.. Be on the lookout for Jackers coming soon.

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  • Thundercat – “Them Changes” (Video) | @Thundercat

    Check Thundercat‘s new video for “Them Changes”, a single from his mini-LP, The Beyond/Where The Giants Roam, which just dropped a few weeks back. The bassist-on-the-mic will be hitting the road in August for several handfuls of dates, so after you watch the visual above, check below to see where you can catch him.

    Cast (in order of appearance):
    Delane Vaugh, Iñigo Abaroa, Thundercat, Victoria Johnson, Krista Gay, Londyn Maze, Cristian Vera
    Directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada
    Produced by Zach Wechter
    EP: Danielle Hinde for Doomsday Entertainment
    Director of Photography: Nicholas Wiesnet
    Production Designer: Tyler Jensen
    Editor: Ernie Gilbert and Carlos Lopez Estrada
    VFX: Tanner Merrill, Cameron Clark, Tim Hendrix, The Jordan Freda Company
    Additional Photography: Eric Ulbrich
    Wardrobe: Jordy Scheinberg
    Samurai Stunts: Damien Bray and Caitlyn Dechelle
    Production Manager: Alissa Torvinen
    Production Supervisor: Kelli Kay

    Tour Dates:
    Aug 01 – 02 Happy Valley, OR – Pickathon Festival @ Pendarvis Farm
    Aug 06 Washington, DC – Afropunk Pre-Party @ The Howard Theatre
    Aug 08 Los Angeles, CA – Low End Theory Festival @ Shrine Expo Hall
    Aug 23 Brooklyn, NY – Afropunk Festival @ Commodore Barry Park
    Sep 17 San Diego, CA – Cabsah
    Sep 18 Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar
    Sep 19 Albuquerque, NM – Historic El Rey Theatre
    Sep 20 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
    Sep 22 Tulsa, OK – Vanguard
    Sep 23 Austin, TX – Holy Mountain
    Sep 24 Houston, TX – Studio at Warehouse Live
    Sep 25 San Antonio, TX – Alamo City Club
    Sep 26 Denton, TX – Oaktopia
    Sep 27 Toronto, ON – The Hoxton
    Sep 29 Montreal, QC – Theatre Fairmount
    Sep 30 Boston, MA – Middle East Downstairs
    Oct 01 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
    Oct 03 Atlanta, GA – Afropunk Festival @ Atlanta’s Central Park
    Oct 04 Vancouver, BC – The Alexander
    Oct 06 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
    Oct 07 Portland, OR – Star Theatre
    Oct 08 Arcata, CA – Arcata Theatre
    Oct 09 San Francisco, CA – 1015 Folsom
    Oct 10 Santa Barbara, CA – Velvet Jones

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  • Slum Village – “Love Is” ft. Bilal & Illa J (Video) | @slumvillage @bilal @illaj

    Slum Village continues the good vibes with a video for their track, “Love Is”, featuring Bilal and Illa J. The new album, Yes, features mostly Dilla beats with some great guest features from BJ The Chicago Kid, Phife Dawg, Bilal, and Jon Conner. Check out “Love Is”, and if you haven’t heard the new album, grab it on iTunes now.

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  • Critical – “California Dream” (Video) | @critical219

    Gary, Indiana’s Critical has released his new visuals for his fresh track, “California Dream”. Ill Brown got his hands in the track with his production skills.

    “After winning numerous Coast to Coast Convention Showcases, including the national final in Miami with the Gary, IN based group Trilla G, he’s ready to impact as a solo artist. His first effort, titled, California Dream, from his forthcoming album, “Masterpiece”, is produced by Chicago’s Ill Brown. The video, directed by Rob Villain and edited by Clarksta GFX, finds Critical at various spots throughout Southern California escaping the bi-polar weather we’ve become accustomed to lately here in Chicago, and proves while some dreams are good, California Dreams are always better.”

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