Tuesday, September 3
Oveous shows that he's more than just the dope poet from "Def Poetry Jam." This is what OVEOUS has to say about his latest song: "It's a great time in Hip Hop for the lyricist. The things I say on this track needed to be said. Needed to be heard. Black Avocado is the voice of a young Afro-caribbean Kid or the African American male who struggles to be accepted by white america. In the song's cover art we see a blind woman touching the face of an African American man (Sidney Poitier). To me this is the representation of how some Americans deal with people of color. They buy the movie, sports, and concert tickets, but when the lights go out, its back to being a blind nation. When will we open our eyes?
Me and my homie Thosh Collins were listening to Black Milk's "When The Sky Falls" and noticed a one bar loop at the end of the song that we just couldn't ignore. So Thosh added the bassline and I let the Lion loose on the mic. What you have hear speaks for itself. #OVEOUS #BLACKAVOCADO"
Georgia Reign is releasing the interlude to her forthcoming project Naked. "Wet" is a seductive ode to the man who knows how to take care of her body like no one else. Georgia's sultry alto slides over the alluring track produced by Jay Cornell.