Taken from JS-1's recent release, It Is What It Isn't.
Bonus track off the BBAS' new Brown Label project.
J57 blesses the Dopehouse with yet another 2Dope Premiere off Blame One & J57's incredible, collaborative LP, Walk In the Sun, due out Aug. 27th via Soulspazm Records. In the third leak off the album, Blame One, with the assistance of Akie Bermiss, "paints an entertaining picture of his day to day life over J57's
Directed by Gabe DeJesus for Tekktron Films Blame One & J57 drop off the visuals to their latest leak off Walk in the Sun which is due out on August 27th via Soulspazm Records. Congrats to the both of y'all on what will be a great project to reflect on! PREVIOUS: Koncept – Oh Baby
The dopehouse is proud to debut the lead single from Blame One and J57's collaborative album, Walk in the Sun, out August 27th. East Coast meets West Coast. They called in BBAS affiliate Akie Bermiss to do the chorus as Blame One speaks about life and a higher power.
Directed by Critical (from Basementality). Koncept and DeeJay Element drop off the second video from their Malt Disney EP; which is available now. PREVIOUS: Koncept – Malt Disney (Video)
Soul Khan teams up with the incredibly talented Akie Bermiss for the lead single off his upcoming Psalm EP; which drops December 11th.
Fresh from dropping the (2)dope "Soulstice 4", Khan drops the visuals for the title track to his freelease which dropped back in March. Shouts to DeeJay Element on the track.
Lead single (and title track) off Soul Khan and DeeJay Element's upcoming FreEP, dropping later this month. And if for some reason you haven't already, be sure to pick up that Brown Label EP we dropped with the BBAS crew last month. DOWNLOAD: Soul Khan - Wellstone f. Akie Bermiss (prod. DeeJay Element)
ArtByShake. Click to enlarge. Last week, the dopehouse hit y'all with four new exclusive records from the (extremely underrated) Brown Bag AllStars squad. Fully equipped with features from Akie Bermiss; beats by J57, The Audible Doctor and DeeJay Element, artwork by yours truly (with illustrations from the misses, No. 5) and great damn music. Now