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OLDIES SUNDAY: Glen Brown – No More Slavery (1975)


Happy “Oldies Sunday“! In recognition of Emancipation Day on August 1st, we have a special selection for you. Going back a few decades, our Oldies Sunday selection comes from Recording Artist/Musician/Producer Glen Brown a.k.a. “God Son” with the track, “No More Slavery“.

Released through Dwyer Records in 1975, “No More Slavery” is an Instrumental release by Glen Brown. Leading with a Melodica, Glen plays notes that may have represented the uplifted moods and the joyous feeling of freedom when Emancipation was declared on August 1, 1838. “No More Slavery” was a part of a long list of tracks that Glen Brown created over the years, and is one of his much respected selections in various parts of the world. Glen Brown would find success in the 1970s, and contribute to many recordings from numerous Artists until he transitioned in October 2019.

Remember your roots! Emancipate yourselves from every form of Slavery!

Thank You Glen Brown For This Classic!

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Tappa Zukie – Freedom (1976)


Break the chains and kick down the gates, it’s Emancipation Sunday on Oldies Sunday! Parts of the Caribbean recognize August 1 (and August 2 on weekdays if the 1st is on a weekend) as Emancipation Day. It’s a day that commemorates the abolition of slavery, but we’re still fighting against many other forms of depression around the world. Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from the great Tappa Zukie with his track, “Freedom“.

Produced by Tappa Zukie and released through the KLIK Label in 1976. “Freedom” finds Tappa Zukie calling for the liberation of black people who have been held captive for centuries. He flexes a mix of singing and toasting inna dub style on the track, and he can be heard saying “freedom a wha di natty dread want…” throughout. The song came around the time when black consciousness was at an all time high, and it makes its mark an important song of the times, with messages that are still relevant today. “Freedom” was included on Zukie’s 1976 album, “MPLA“. As we recognize an important day, may we still fight to break the new chains of oppression.

Thank You Tappa Zukie!

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NEW VIDEO: @HopCashay682 – Preconceived Notion: The Unusual Gift (Trailer)


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Brooklyn Rapper Hop Cashay (Formerly Hop Da Great) is planning to drop his new mixtape this summer. Titled “Preconceived Notion: The Unusual Gift“, Hop drops off the trailer for it which features him talking about the greats like Michael Jackson, Prince, Tupac Shakur, Jay-Z, and Biggie Smalls. He also previewed his single “New York” at the end. Known for making thought provoking music, this mixtape could be something you pick up when it drops on August 1. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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