“At the edge of greatness, an ocean of haters…” Latasha Alcindor isn’t afraid to let go of everyone and everything that could potentially stop her “Glo Up.” Latasha is a veteran emcee from Brooklyn, who is known to be a ferocious lyricist with no regard for human life. She shows us a different side with . . .
Latasha Alcindor‘s B(LA)K album is a surprise to us all, but it’s been four years in the making. She just took shots at the world with her “Revoke Thee” video, and she’s already back on the map with this varied, sixteen track effort. As if one language wasn’t enough, the Brooklyn veteran flexes her lyricism . . .
Brooklyn native Latasha Alcindor gets straight to the point with her “Revoke Thee” video. It’s about the bars. The record, which is based on a true story, is tense and aggressive, as L.A. goes straight at the necks of two people in her life who tried to get her caught up. Latasha explained to Dinner . . .
Latasha Alcindor reminds us of her charismatic presence and remarkable capacity for wordplay with her latest release, “Head Raps.” The quick-witted and brash lyricist deftly switches topics and flows over top of dynamic Kaui production. This is the second of Latasha’s #MusicMondays releases. Stream “Head Raps” below, and stream the first #MusicMondays release afterwards.
So it’s substance you’re looking for? You’re in luck. L.atasha A.lcindor‘s “Bee Em (Black Magic)” video tackles many of the controversial issues evident in today’s society. L.atasha explains: “Bee Em is stepping to frontline and asking the audience to open eyes to the systematic nature of our society towards race and entertainment. It’s also a . . .
Minimalistic, echoing production sets the pace for L.atasha A.lcindor‘s “MOMA.” She utilizes a confident, raspy, dynamic delivery to lure her audience in as she discusses concepts such as modern day freedom and understanding self. Released in conjunction with Massappeal, the dark video adds greater context to her ambitious, powerful lyricism. As L.atasha explains, “I hope . . .