"Growing up happens when what you know changes how you live." Those are the kind of reflections you can expect in a conversation with Blaklez. We sat down with him on the Red Couch to talk about his departure with Cap City Records his label for the past 7 years
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The Rap Steve Biko brings us back down to earth on Blue taken off his sophomore A Broken Man's Dream. Blaklez shares Blue as a single and he's all the reality cheque while being the courage dosage you need all in one. He's never one to shy away from his
Yassss! If you ain't copped Blaklez's sophomore piece, A Broken Man's Dream, he's about to bless us all with the next single off the piece and he picks the lovely Blue which features amazing crooner Zano and Silas Beats on production. It's set to arrive the day after Valentine's so
Blaklez closes the year with his melodic healing sampled from the Village Pope. This is a song about gratitude. No matter what challenges the year has sent to you, it's all going to be alright. I'm sure we can expect more music from Blaklez in 2017.
We caught up with Cap City kings N'veigh, PdotO and Blaklez at Maftown Heights to chop it up about the work they've been putting in of late. N'veigh and Pdot let us in on how Cum Laude which they featured on for Captain came about. They also talk about being
It's all fun and games with the fellas on this one. Blaklez delivers the visuals for this dual single, and I say dual because The Fraternity hosts the joint on their Long Overdue album as well. We see Lez, The Fraternity, PdotO and N'veigh at a party with some comical
I'm really loving the quickly thinning space between single and music video these days. Remember how long homies used to make us wait before we got a video for a song we beeeeen vibing to? Kudos to this growth, it's crucial. The Rap Steve Biko ain't finna sit out the
Download Here This song is definately a weekend banger DjVOQUL brings the flows from Lez and Towdee which are so perfect for this joint. This could easily be a weekend hit with some airplay on the right platforms.