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Bread Doe "40"

Bread Doe has released a heavy new single and video called “40”. The track paints a picture a man trying to balance family, faith, self care, and the realistic violence of his neighborhood. It is powerfully impactful for a brief 2 minute track.

This single follows-up Bread Doe’s last single, “Pick Up”, which was just released back in October.

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Lulu Be. "Still Rude" Video

Lulu Be. has released the RIBKA (aka Rebecca Beyene) directed video for her single “Still Rude”.

You can catch Lulu Be. at Schubas on December 9th with Kenya, Aaliyah Allah, and Melissa Lozada-Oliva.





Mykele Deville "Type Love"

Mykele Deville has released a video for his single “Type Love”, from his forthcoming album, Maintain, which is due out on Feb. 22nd via No Trend Record.

The track features a chorus from Daryn Alexus, and video features the talented dancer/performance artist Po’Chop (aka Jenn Freeman). It was directed by Mckenzie Chinn, a fellow member of the Growing Concerns Poetry Collective.

 





New Music Video: "I Do What I Do" - Hardwork Movement

Co-directed by Natasha Cohen-Carroll and Sterling Duns, hip-hop collective Hardwork Movement recently posted a new video for “I Do What I Do”. The single can be found on the group's latest EP Playing With Fire, which is out now via nicethingsMUSIC. What begins as a street-level chase/getaway scene shifts to members and friends "flexing" and busting some coordinated dance moves. It's a playful, confident display that looks like a good time had by all filming. You can catch Hardwork Movement at the newly anointed Franklin Music Hall with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Pretty Girls Like Trap on New Year's Eve.





Maũ brings avant hip-hop to Trans-Pecos 11/29

Kamau Wainaina—who performs under the moniker Maũ—is creating shape-shifting, avant music that’s as interdisciplinary as his artistic background. Maũ, a senior at NYU Tisch whose work spans film, photography, and music, put out his single “SUNDOWN” via Invertebrate back in September. The song enters a space free from the boundaries of conventional genre where a slinking electro beat meets stream-of-consciousness spoken word hip-hop:“I wish I could call it word vomit but that would understate it / syllables spilling god willing, I  turn a phrase to payment.” Born in Nairobi, Wainaina's work is largely focused on the ways one’s identity can adapt and shift in different environments. You can catch Maũ as well as Jae Luna, Octopus, and Pom Pom Squad at Trans-Pecos on 11/29 at 8 pm in a show put on by NYU Local. Sara Nuta

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