Articles Tagged: religion

Ro James – Religion (NY)

January 6th, 2016 | By Janei


Here’s a name we haven’t seen in a while. Ro James had the craziest buzz while dropping his EP trilogy, “Jack, Coke, & Cadillacs“, and then he just disappeared. He had a few unfinished cuts floating randomly through the stream holes of music internet, but nothing that really stuck. I wasn’t sure if Ro James was going to be able to bounce back from his hiatus gracefully, but after hearing his new work, my slight concerns was replaced with a overall feeling of enjoyment of his new material. Check out “Religion
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Flatbush Zombies – No Religion (NY)

March 15th, 2013 | By Janei


Its only right that these two acts collaborate on a few tracks together, since they are currently on tour alongside with Joey Bada$$. Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers drops their newest single, ‘No Religion‘ produced by Rich Flyer and Eric Arc Elliott. FBZ’s project ‘Better Off Dead‘ is coming soon.
Shouts to 24HH

Religion And Me

February 6th, 2013 | By Janei

Lord if this doesn’t apply to me. Overly religious people…STOP

OnCue-New Religion (CT)

March 15th, 2012 | By Janei

What’s up everyone. Today, I’m releasing the collaboration between myself, Fool’s Gold artist/producer, Party Supplies and Just Blaze. The song started off somewhere, and ended in another place — and the final outcome is one of the most “fun” records I’ve released since, forever. Hope you all enjoy it. We’ll be live premiering it at the Fool’s Gold SXSW party in Austin this Thursday. Should be a good time. Hope to see all of you down there.

– Cuey

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Alori Joh-The Love Religion [Mixtape] (CA)

February 9th, 2012 | By Janei

First Anonymously Gifted would like to say rest in peace to Alori Joh. She was one of the female vocals you heard in most of Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q and AB Soul’s music. She had a beautiful voice. I never knew who she was and never really heard of her until I heard about this tragedy blasting across the blogs. She was 25.
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