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Soleima's New Video 'Low Life'

Soleima's latest video is for 'Low Life', and it's an easy song to fall in love with.  The track and it's video explore the idea of how easy it is to get stuck in a negative cycle, and also shows the hope that can get you out of one.  Jonas Bang directs the video that is as unorthodox as 'Low Life' is a pop song.  This is as challenging as it is relatable, and that's an important combination.  Check out more from Soleima here, and see the video for 'Low Life' below...


VIDEO: Grieves 'A-Okay'

Grieves keeps the unexpected videos coming!  'A-Okay' is the latest clip from his album Running Wild, ,and it's centred on a fairly dull, unpleasant man as the rest of the world tries to have a good time around him.  This tune is prime example of what you can expect from this new album on Rhymesayers.  Get it here.


Talib Kweli, Kaytranada & Anderson Paak: 'Travelin' Light'

Talib Kweli's new album Radio Silence is here.  He's also just released the video for 'Travelin' Light', one big tune and one of the most exciting collaborations on the album.  This one features Anderson Paak, and the incredible producer Kaytranada who have worked together before.  It's an energetic, uplifting tune that reminds us of Kweli's many classics in his catalogue, and remains as creative and inspiring as he's ever been.  Check the video for 'Travelin' Light' below, and get Radio Silence here!


Cut Chemist ft. Chali 2na & Hymnal: 'Work My Mind'

Cut Chemist has long been an innovator in hip hop music and dj culture.  He's a big part of the musical legacy of Jurassic 5 and Ozomatli, and released some incredible music on his own.  He's preparing to release another album, Die-Cut is the follow up to his 2006 debut.  Die-Cut features Deantoni Parks, Biz Markie, Erika Christensen, tune-yards, and Dexter Story to name a few.  Today we've got the video for 'Work My Mind' and it features artists you've heard working with Cut Chemist before; Chali 2na and Hymnal.  Watch it below and preorder Die-Cut here!


VIDEO: Oddisee 'You Grew Up'

Oddisee has always been an insightful lyricist, but in the case of 'You Grew Up' he is on another level.  The song comes from The Iceberg and looks at some of the things that influence the loss of innocence.  It happens to everyone between adolescence and adulthood, and it's depicted here by Eugene and Louise.  The creative studio does an incredible job showing the transition.

Get The Iceberg here