New Orleans own Sol Galeanodrops some knowledge, through spoken word this time around, about her father’s and mother’s relationship in her piece, ‘Tree in Honduras.’ She also delves into her own upbringing and how she refuses to just be another unknown face to this universe. She is an intrinsic force to be reckoned with when it comes to her music, artistry and soul. Get a taste of her innate talent and download her latest tracks (“You Said” and “Bonita Moon”) on Bandcamp!
Every Friday, TSL keeps it fresh with novel artists, videos, events and so on. The spotlight has hit Chicago native, Calliko, with his latest visuals High Life. With the intro displaying the infamous film “New Jack City,” which starred Wesley Snipes, Ice-T, Allen Payne and Chris Rock, gives us some kind of levity as to what Calliko is rhyming about. Then, we see a long-haired female hula hopping and dancing in a strategical way to the beat of Calliko’s song. A very unorthodox video taken place in a field filled with green pasture, while Calliko is surrounded by associates and has several outfit changes, including the comeback of a tie-dyed sweatshirt. Great track for this overly hot summer afternoon. Kick it inside, trip off of Calliko’s catchphrases and stay hydrated in the meantime!
Tomorrow night, be sure to be at The Joshua Treein Allston to see producer and sound engineer HiFadility spin the top songs of all time! This Boston native and of Haitian descent has traveled for some time and returned to his roots on the East coast. He has impacted the music scene in Boston with his philosopher knowledge and innate artistry. He has just released his latest project, The Traveler. Click on Let the beats resonate and inject your veins to induce a relaxed demeanor for the summertime.
G FrSH is the UK-based rapper who does not cease to amaze his audience. With his latest visuals, “Never Can I,” being almost spasmodic and interestingly alluring, we see a grandiose life through the lenses of James Partridge. G FrSH’s dainty fashion compliments the blasé models who are wickedly indifferent to life itself. This satirical music video, from demolishment of the exquisite cakes to the models screaming demonically at the top off of their lungs, creates a mystical life that we all lust for and desire. We would thoroughly enjoy a mash-up of “Never Can I,” which can be heard off of his latest mixtape LEGOMAN II.