Dominique Bailey

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sir michael rocks
New Music Jul 15  |  

Sir Michael Rocks – “Fuck SeaWorld” (Video)

It looks like the infamous documentary Blackfish has had a lasting effect on rapper/producer  Sir Michael Rocks. Today he released a visual for his self-produced track, “Fuck SeaWorld”. The visual for this comical yet conscientious track features various distorted images of animals within the theme park and the rapper bopping around in front of an . . .

New Music Jul 10  |  

Tiffany Gouché – “Fantasy” (EP)

Multi-talented singer Tiffany Gouché gives us her latest collection of songs by way of Fantasy. Perfect for the late summer nights, Gouché blends soulful R&B with progressive production, giving this 7 track EP an effortlessly futuristic feel. Fantasy also features a guest appearance by Casey Veggies on the track “Lonely Girls”. Some may be familiar with Gouché from her work with duo TiRon & . . .

Knock The Hustle
New Music Jul 10  |  

Cozz – “Knock The Hustle”

L.A. native Cozz drops his first track since signing with J.Cole‘s Dreamville Records last month. “Knock The Hustle” is only the third song most of the world has heard from the young emcee. Dark and introspective, yet motivational, Cozz delivers numerous quotables over a jazzy sample. Although not much, the little material Cozz has released seems to . . .

small victories
New Music Jul 3  |  

Fly Union – “Small Victories” (Album)

After several delays, the Ohio trio Fly Union has finally released their second studio album, Small Victories. Small Victories is the collective’s first full project in over three years. During their hiatus, the trio toured with TDE members Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock and had their music placed in a variety of commercials along . . .

Divine ScienZe
New Music Apr 15  |  

Album: King I Divine & ScienZe – “Divine ScienZe 2: The Wake Up Project”

Two years, give or take, after the release of Divine ScienZe, producer King I Divine and emcee ScienZe have teamed up once again to bring us their sophomore effort, Divine ScienZe 2: The Wake Up Album. Those familiar with the duo’s previous work will find another batch of jazz influenced  beats and relatable lyrics  about the complexities . . .