this album was conceived and shared black august 2019. documenting love, freedom and struggle. the collaboration between casetron and spiritchild provide an old school afro beat hip hop connection that lulls you in poetically while keeping you grooving.
for the months of black january and black february this album is available for free download. if you are still wanting to support with resources...click the buy link https://spiritchild.bandcamp.com/album/creative-politics-chapter-3-sounds-of-black-august-2019 or contact me for a booking (dj, performance, workshop, lecture;)
all music and beats by Casetron
all vocals, mixing, mastering by spiritchild (xspiritmental)
Things Taken- Ali Farka Touré and Toumani Diabaté- 56, and speech by Malcolm X at the Audobon Ballroom in Washington Heights, NY (March 29, 1964)
song my nights - Peacocks Guitar Band International- Eddie Quansa
free from begin- Fela Kuti- V.I.P. (Vagabonds in Power)
here he come- Segun Damisa & The Afro Beat Crusaders - Suffer Dey
Pygmy Huil Yanoomami - femi kuti- Look around
album cover by Dorien De Vidts of Commusaic and XspiritMental management featuring images by Emory Douglas of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense
spiritchild photo courtesy of Bushwick Book Club (BBC)
released by @xspiritmental
ASCAP xspiritmentaleyez publishing
a new black arts movement
'critical revolutionary hip hop pedagogy'