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Underground Urban Culture

“It’s really frustrating seeing the media portrayal of this tragic event. It’s so backwards… When a white, racist, terrorist, attacks a black church bible study, and openly flaunts his racial motivation for doing so, news outlets call him “Mentally ill” or “Unstable” and deny that racism exists. It absolutely exists, and if you can’t see it, you’re in complete denial…,” Change states.

This single, from Change’s forthcoming album on ILLECT Recordings, takes a direct hit on the media and their coverage of this event, as well as many of the racially charged events over the recent past. While the content will not resonate with all listeners, and it may be more controversial than some will like, we hope that this record will inspire dialogue on the topic of White Privilege, what it truly means, and how we can all do our part to bring equality to a world where gross social injustice continues to take place.

“While this song may be a bitter pill to swallow for some, there’s an underlying truth within it that needs to be addressed. Self-reflection is needed by White America, and once we realize that we are part of the problem, we can begin to make the changes necessary to right those wrongs,” shares Change.






UK Manchester Emcee Red Venom is back with another transatlantic banger – “There’s no killin what can’t be killed” This time he enlists the Bronx Legends Imperial brothers alongside his frequent collaborator Blaq Poet. The cut features a hard core beat with Poet setting it off in classic style. DJ Cuts are added by DJ Wiz as each guest brings the tune together with flair. The single is taken from Red Venom’s upcoming album “Red House Revisited” which features a stellar line up of guests including Donald D, Mike G, Mikey D, Chip Fu, MC Duke & many more! Be on the lookout for more singles dropping in the coming months in the lead up to the September release. Red Venom has been killing the Uk scene for years, battling and rocking crowds, he also headed a Funk & Jazz Group “Frantic” while they toured the UK in the late nineties.