In the face of the seemingly constant injustice and murder black and brown people have been facing by the hands that are supposed to protect and serve, Dag Savage has enlisted fellow Dirty Science crew mates to speak upon the subject through song. We recruited the Windy City’s own Adad and Leimert Park, Los Angeles’ best kept secret Cashus King(fka Co$$) to help express our sentiments through sound. ‘All my People’ is more than a song, it’s a call to action, our plea for all those who believe in justice and equality to speak up and let their voices be heard. For now enjoy this audio and ask yourself how you can be a part of the solution.
Produced by Exile And Th3ory Hazit
Additional instruments performed by Hank G and Farmer Greif
MICHAEL ZIOBROWSKI for @XISTHEWEAPON
ORANGE OMBRE = Fire In The Air
BLUE = Hundreds of Years of Colonialism
GREEN = Poisoned Badge
PINK = Pig Mindset
PURPLE = Imperialism and Military Control
GOLD = Man as Currency for the Prison Industrial Complex
@KingChoosey thought it was only right to provide the soundtrack for this beautiful time of year we call Sundress Season. With Soulection’s Abjo on the beat and Exile on co. production, here’s yet another wave to add to your Summer ’16 experience.
Denmark Vessey comes through with his visuals for the Exile produced track off his album, Martin Lucid Dream. In a world of chaos and a constant stream of negativity flooding your timeline…. Think Happy Thoughts. Watch the video, make it your mantra, and if you havent already download the album.
“This record was inspired on Valentines day 2016. I did wrong, I didn’t do anything for my girl. I was listening to the homie Denmark Vessey’s Martin Lucid Dream EP as it just so happened she was going ham on me about my lack of sensitivity and consideration. She was right. At the end of Denmark’s Ep is a record called “Everyday” where he talks about the day to day life of an aspiring artist, struggling rapper…. regular dude. I related to the song heavily and because I know him and we share the same struggle. In that moment i wanted to take the inspiration that that song had given me and vent my frustration about what had been going on in that moment. It was an everyday situation that you go through when you’re an aspiring artist, a struggling rapper, or just a regular dude…. EVERYDAY 2.0 Thanks Denmark” – ADAD
” I woke up April 21st to the news of Prince’s passing. As time passed, drinks were sipped and again I was asked the question, “how are you going to respond musically to his passing?” I went home faded, turned on the stereo and started banging Prince.
As I’m listening, I’m realizing all the memories and emotions i had stored in his music. I’m remembering how much of his music my Mom would play at high volume when I was growing up. Reminiscing on my Mothers happy face as she would dance in the house. I mean she would be busting! Dancing like she’s in the club! She was good too! I began to cry and think about my own life. I began to reflect on the passing of my Mother and Prince as a symbol of this wonderful journey we’re all on. A sign of the times of my own life so to speak. To witness the death of my Mother and the recent death of a prince.
This all represents a farewell to a childhood that has made me the man I am today. The creativity I fight viciously for and the inspiration I find along the way. All of this that keeps me on track with the God energy and means everything to me.
I’ve realized I have no choice but to honor his creative life by honoring my own.
So by taking my good friends advice with these 3 simple beats and this Hip Hop I’ve been working on my whole life. This is what makes me happy. Inspiration turned to creation. With heart and with love.
Rest in Peace Prince.”
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