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Shouts - Music from the Rooftops!

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  1. World View
    by AWKWORD
    Radio 2.0 ft. KRS-One, Dug Infinite, Brimstone127 & Mista Lawnge (of Black Sheep) [prod. by Vice Souletric] Radio 2.0 ft. KRS-One, Dug Infinite, Brimstone127 & Mista Lawnge (of Black Sheep) [prod. by Vice Souletric]
    It’s not a strategy, it’s being real. I am many things, rapper being one of them. But as a human being I am fiercely invested in the fight for justice, equality and the protection of our earth and animals. While not all of my music is overtly political, I am a Protest Music artist, so that’s what I’m going to put out."

    - from our interview with Awkword:
  2. Escaping Zion
    by Nehedar
    Safe Safe
    'Escaping Zion' is a gem of a pop album. This is extremely catchy protest music. Check out our interview with Nehedar mastermind Emilia Cataldo and what she has to say about the NY music scene, her take on cults transforming into fascism and whether or not we'll all survive this existence.
  3. Before & Aftermath
    by Lee Reed
    Lee Reed is a one of a kind rapper. He's been protesting the capitalist system we all inhabit for over 20 years and still throwing out pure gems. Check out our interview with Lee about his new album and his activism.
  4. One Step Closer
    by Tina Mathieu
    A beautiful song that furthermore has its own, important existence as its proceeds go to the March for Our Lives Action Fund. Tina is a hardworking activist just as much as she is a brilliant musician. Check out our recent interview with her where she dives deeper into her music and activism!
  5. Everything's Fine
    by Jean Grae & Quelle Chris
  6. 2042
    Three Minutes Of Hate Three Minutes Of Hate
    “We are involved at various levels in our personal and professional lives... I specifically have been very much involved in community violence prevention in the US and Latin America, working to end mass incarceration here in the US, and have long standing work/ties to post-genocide Guatemala. I don’t think any of us in Racetraitor are under the illusion that we are doing enough... Fuck cynicism.”

    -Decker from Racetraitor on the band's activism:
  7. The Seed,
    by AKA Keyz
    Drown (prod. AKA Blobby) Drown (prod. AKA Blobby)
    This album is a bangin piece of debut work from a 20 year old rapper. Socially conscious lyrics that Keyz makes flow effortlessly under some seriously smooth beats. I for one can not wait for another album. I interviewed Keyz a few months back and he told me about his hopes for what his music can do in this turbulent world.
  8. Ballad of a Wobbly
    by David Rovics
    Leila and Majnun Leila and Majnun
    David Rovics picks up where Woody Guthrie left off. As a protest singer, David is more efficient than most and as a sort of music journalist he informs and educates through his music as well.

    Check out our interview with David here:
  9. Capture The Flag
    by War On Women
    "First and foremost we play music that we want to play! I don’t see a point in sharing our message of equality with others if it’s unlistenable. So, we want to make good music, with intersectional-feminist themes, that validate what people are feeling, as well as educate folks on something they maybe didn’t know about."

    - from our interview with War On Women when this album was in the works.
  10. Worriers
    by Stabbitha & the Knifey Wifeys
    Worriers Worriers
    “There’s a whole lot of basically saying ‘we’ve had enough of your shit’. Whether that be sexism, racism, domestic violence, bigotry or double standards in general. The song ‘Worriers’ is the one that was the hardest to put out there though as I wrote it about how coming out to your parents is fucking terrifying!”

    - from our interview with SATKW
  11. Alcazar (with Chaos 7"inches single)
    by Woxow
    Up (feat. Blacc El) Up (feat. Blacc El)
    This album is an explosion! Political, smooth, old school, fresh and just so good. I interviewed Woxow about the album which you can read here: