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Want to return to the Garden?

Today’s post comes from the goddess Emeli Sande as she gifts her fans with a new video for her poignant single “Garden.” The misty visual finds the Scottish singer surrounded by exotic plants alongside special guests Jay Electronica and Aine Zion. Metaphorically speaking on returning to the beginning of consciousness (the garden). Referencing how the “sin” of love creates beautiful moments but also necessary chaos. Co-relating to the garden of eden connecting the story of Adam and Eve playing out in everyday society. Uncovering layers of deep sub-conscious thoughts tackling religion, spirituality and love. Through poetic dialogue that arouses the spirit when heard. Stream the video below and as always…

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From Germany with Love.

With bringing in the New Year of 2017, Da Bassment Blog is spotlighting Germany’s very own, Ace Tee. Ace Tee brings us back into the 1990’s urban swag with inspiration from the hit girl groups, TLC and XSCAPE. “Bist tu Down” translated into English is “Are You Down?” . Of course you will be after embracing the art. For the video is spoken in the Germanic language. Visually you can see the heart of New York through graffiti work. Wearing the aesthic urban clothing of the 90’s era, Ace Tee and those she connects with, can all unargumentally be seen dancing and invoking the times that we have already left behind, but still are continually inspired by. It is an impeccable example of music bridging the gap between seas, time, and language barriers.
No doubt that Hip-Hop has changed our world. Leaving behind the negated world of Censorship Hip hop has been an outlet for those otherwise not able to express the visions, issues, and continuing changes of the world. From the early 1970’s into contemporary times you can see the formulation of a new wave for artist in the African American community to unleash changes in the culture of America as well as Globally. From music, clothing, visual mediums, and language, early hip hop birthed the way for African Americans to be front and center stage in impacting not only those in America but the others around the World. Give Ace Tee a listening ear….
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‘Frequency’

Kid Cudi has been in the spotlight recently for all the wrong reasons, battling from depression and mental illness Cudi recently enrolled into a hospital for help. Today Da Bassment Blog would like to shed a light of positivity on this musical genius as he releases his new single “Frequency”. Speaking about the invisible realm of sound, capturing a tribal feel mixed with cinematic un-orthodox sounds married with sultry airy vocals. Producing a liquid wavy vortex that ushers you into your own dimension. Using visuals to capture the essence of the song with a dark trippy under-tone which depicts Cudi as a rapping silhouette from the shadows. Make sure you tune into Cudi’s ‘Frequency’ below and as always…

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Prblms

Today’s post comes from the enigma known as 6black as he releases his new single “problems”. This song speaks on the many levels of relationships with back and forth arguments between him and his lady. Explaining how she wants him for all the wrong reasons, following the fame and glo instead of love. The ascetic is contagious as 6lack captures a druggy wavy feel while accenting the beat perfectly with his raspy vibrato. The video is very eerie but it fits the song well. With cuffing season right around the corner “problems” serves as the perfect transition song for all the drug-love-birds. Peep the vibrations below and as always…

 

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Dance no More

With the weekend approaching we all need a good pick me up song that we can jam out to before we turn up, well today PETEYXKRAZE ignites our page with a fun and energetic track that forces you to get up and dance. Pete and Kraze speaks on how today’s generation rarely dances like the old times, he questions what happened to the good ole’ times when you can just place a boom box in the street and people started moving. Pete and Kraze also explains how relationships have changed, stating that they are becoming more material than spiritual and how we strive for likes more than love. This summer jam is accented perfectly with sun filled visuals and free spirited dancers gliding across the sand expressing their soul through dance. Do yourself a favor and stream the video below and as always…

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Free Lunch

Isaiah Rashad has been on da bassment blog radar for quite some time as we have been waiting patiently for his highly anticipated album to release. Well today we are getting one step closer as Rashad blesses our page with his new single and video titled ‘Free Lunch’. The vibe of the song is captured well by the visuals as they marry the lyrics and storyline seamlessly. Isaiah teases the viewers by showing a date at the end of the video implicating the release date of his album on ’09.02.16’. Make sure you stream the video below and as always…

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Knew The Half

The good music keeps on coming and today we enter Why Khaliq world as he drops off visuals for his latest video “Knew The Half”. A colorful and brilliant perspective of social synergy between two people. Khaliq address double standards in relationships as a rapper, combating stereotypes that most rappers aren’t looking for love but rather lust. Judging each other off face value without getting to know the half of each other, hence the title. Encouraging listeners to dig deep when meeting someone new because there is more than what’s on the surface. Make sure you stream this video below and as always…

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