Heritage Hip Hop Podcast Ep. 114 Soulrac

On this episode of the Heritage Hip-Hop podcast we welcome back Soulrac an artist and creative that makes it his purpose to bring balance back to the Hip-Hop music landscape. With music that speaks about social injustice and the industrial prison system. Soulrac brings the magnifying glass back to the issues that Hip-Hop stood against and we invite you to be a part of this great interview. His singles Black face, Belly of the Beast and Caught U Slippin are out on all music platforms. Follow Soulrac and Heritage Hip-Hop on all social media platforms. Be sure to stream and PURCHASE their music.

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#Soulrac #hiphop #NBA Special Guest: Soulrac stops by to talk about his 2 singles “Caught U Slippin”, “Belly of the Beast”, and much more.. Top 5 Artist that impacted your life? Soulrac Sports: NBA playoff picture, Julio Jones trade to Tennessee Titans, ect.. Who You Got Segment? Helpful Tips: Soulrac                     5 tips on how to multitask in the music industry. Closing Quote: “Knowledge, wisdom, and understanding don’t come out the microwave. You got to keep moving forward because the evil doesn’t sleep.”  ~Chuck D~ Check out our Merch: Click on link below!! Just Cooling Podcast (creator-spring.com) Peace, Just Cooling Paypal Donations – djquinn36st@gmail.com Donate via Cash App – $djquinn36st Business – coolingpodcast@gmail.com

Cry Freedom by Soulrac

Can you hear the African drums that cry Freedom?

Our DNA song stretching throughout the hollows of time resting on the shoulders of our ancestors to pass words of resistance through our ancestral line.

This was the song that drove slaves into the seas to escape the chains of oppression.
Liberating the souls of slaves beaten into submission knowing one day, Freedom will come.

We sang songs of freedom even in the midst of tyranny.

Drawing power from one another’s spirit while facing days of infamy.

Using the stars to navigate our path, not knowing one wrong turn could cost our lives.

Our blood still hears those African drums, echoing their songs.

Starving, their palate grew hungrier for freedom with each step forward

Risking it all just to taste freedom’s reward.

From sunset to sunrise they hid the blackness of their skin from a scenery of hate.

Barely considered 3/5 human not a man, treated, with lesser value than a horse.

The rhythmic heart songs of their elders keeping them on course.

As they traveled down the forbidden roads toward freedom.

Senses wary of threat from land, a new evil met them

The winter breeze carried a smell,

the stench of death from the bodies swaying in the trees.

Tear stained cheeks, meer children hollering for their parents being taken by the klan dressed in their summer sheets.

Freedom, The dream

Freedom seemed like a curse, or an incurable disease.

But through the chaos, we still hear the drum patterns from the motherland urging to endure

ancestral knowledge running through the veins their blood paved the way

I hear the songs they are engraved into my soul like the atoms that I am created of

Knowing one day this to will come to pass,

Wars were fought & physical shackles were removed

Envisioning a new horizon guided by the stars. Hoping this new world would become ours

As the sun rose with glistening melanin we stood tall.

SHORTCUT

Episode 9 of the “Shortkut” show with hip-hop artist “SOULRAC” ! Follow @SoulRac Music on IG Soulrac “Caught U Slippin” available here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8vRF… MIXTAPEADDICTMEDIA.COM / MIXTAPEADDICTSHOP.COM @djkingflow @mixtapeaddictmedia @realeddystarks @ediblefieldsapparel INTERVIEWS MIXTAPE ADDICT SHORTKUT : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… INTERVIEWS MIXTAPE ADDICT REPORT : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… PLAYLIST “PROD BY DJ KING FLOW” : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… PLAYLIST “MIXTAPES BY DJ KING FLOW” : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list…

Soon : New Ep Soulploitation by Soulrac

(1) Blackface – A song questioning the practice of Blackface and how it spread throughout the American psyche for centuries Produced by BigBob

(2) Belly of The Beast – a song exploring Mass incarceration and how it decimated black and brown families for coporate profits. Featuring Craig G and VVS Verbal Scratches by LDonTheCut

(3) Bitter Fruit – An expose of the lingering affects of enslavement of Africans and why the mandate for reparations is justified Featuring Art

(4) His-Story – a life lesson shared by soulrac to his son to prepare him for a life in his absence Scratches by LDontheCut

(5) Caught U Slippin- An insightful tale describing the consequences of deceitfulness in relationships Featuring Amen Baba Scratches by LDonTheCut

(6) Broken Pieces – a song interwoven with 3 experiences of brokenness dealing with child molestation, domestic violence, and drug addiction. Featuring Lady Jane

Soulploitation EP

(1) Blackface – A song questioning the practice of Blackface and how it spread throughout the American psyche for centuries Produced by BigBob

(2) Belly of The Beast – a song exploring Mass incarceration and how it decimated black and brown families for coporate profits. Featuring Craig G and VVS Verbal Scratches by LDonTheCut

(3) Bitter Fruit – An expose of the lingering affects of enslavement of Africans and why the mandate for reparations is justified Featuring Art

(4) His-Story – a life lesson shared by soulrac to his son to prepare him for a life in his absence Scratches by LDontheCut

(5) Caught U Slippin- An insightful tale describing the consequences of deceitfulness in relationships Featuring Amen Baba Scratches by LDonTheCut

(6) Broken Pieces – a song interwoven with 3 experiences of brokenness dealing with child molestation, domestic violence, and drug addiction. Featuring Lady Jane

Music For The Soul

Soul music

(often referred to simply as soul) is a popular music genre that originated in the African American community in the United States in the 1950s and early 1960s. It combines elements of African-American gospel music, rhythm and blues and jazz. Soul music became popular for dancing and listening in the United States, where record labels such as Motown, Atlantic and Stax were influential during the Civil Rights Movement. Soul also became popular around the world, directly influencing rock music and the music of Africa.

BLACKFACE

SoulRac makes his debut on SpitFireHipHop with his ‘BlackFace’ single produced by Bigbob.

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Inlighten Music Group are thrilled to announce the release of Soulrac’s newest single, “Blackface” from his upcoming album, “Soulploitation” set to be released today, April 10. It’s been nearly 200 years since white performers first started painting their faces black to mock enslaved Africans in minstrel shows across the United States.

 

It was racist and offensive then, and it’s still racist and offensive today. By distorting the features and culture of African Americans—including their looks, language, dance, deportment, and character—white Americans were able to codify whiteness across class and geopolitical lines as its antithesis. Blackface and the codifying of blackness—language, movement, deportment, and character—as caricature persists through mass media and in public performances today. Join the movement by sharing the #eraseblackface hashtag on social media to bring awareness to this issue.

Blackface” is produced by the multi-talented International producer Big Bob from Elite Sound International. BigBob has worked with many reputable recording artists and legendary emcees to date including KRS-1, Cutty Ranks, Big Twins, Sadat X (of Brand Nubian), Psycho Les, (of The Beatnuts) AG (D.I.T.C) Tragedy Khadafi, Planet Asia, Big Shug (Gangstarr), Rockness Monsta (Heltah Skeltah), Ruste Juxx, Craig G (Juice Crew), Stic Man (Dead Prez), and many more. In addition, Big Bob is producing tracks on Soulrac’s upcoming album, “Soulploitation.”

“Soulploitation” is an EP that’s reminiscent of the Golden Era of Hip-Hop and the Black Power movement because it verbalizes the dilemmas we face as a society. Like the music from Blaxploitation films, it serenades its listeners with soulful and thought-provoking lyrics and music.

Belly of the Beast

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
Inlighten Music Group are thrilled to announce the release of Soulrac’s newest single, “Belly of The
Beast” from his upcoming album, “Soulploitation” will be released on 7/10/2020.
Despite making up close to 5% of the global population, the U.S. has nearly 25% of the world’s prison
population. Since 1970, our incarcerated population has increased by 700% – 2.3 million people in jail
and prison today, far outpacing population growth and crime.
One out of every three Black boys born today can expect to go to prison in his lifetime, as can one of
every six Latino boys—compared to one of every 17 white boys. At the same time, women are the
fastest growing incarcerated population in the United States.
“Belly Of The Beast” features Hip Hop Legend Craig G (Juice Crew) Hip Hop artist VVS Verbal (BootCamp
Clik). This single is produced by the multi-talented International producer Big Bob from Elite Sound
International. BigBob has worked with many reputable recording artists and legendary emcees to date
including KRS-1, Cutty Ranks, Big Twins, Sadat X (of Brand Nubian), Psycho Les, (of The Beatnuts) AG
(D.I.T.C) Tragedy Khadafi, Planet Asia, Big Shug (Gangstarr), Rockness Monsta (Heltah Skeltah), Ruste
Juxx, Craig G (Juice Crew), Stic Man (Dead Prez), and many more. In addition, Big Bob is producing tracks
on Soulrac’s upcoming album, “Soulploitation.”
“Soulploitation” is an EP that’s reminiscent of the Golden Era of Hip Hop and the Black Power
movement because it verbalizes the dilemmas we face as a society. Like the music from Blaxploitation
films, it serenades its listeners with soulful and thought-provoking lyrics and music.
Inlighten Music Group LLC is an Independent label established in 2018.

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