MUSIC. “The BEST Hip Hop Song By An LGBT Artist This Year!”

I stumbled upon the track ‘#blackblood’ by B. Slade featuring Omega Mythologist on one of my favorite sites Cypher Avenue. Contributor Ockydub praised the track as…

“The BEST Hip Hop Song By an LGBT Artist This Year!” and “THIS TRACK GOES HARD!”
Also “If Black Lives Matter was established by Lesbian women and Gay Black men, this song needs to be shared and promoted in their circles being that an openly gay ex-super star gospel singer wrote, produced and provided vocals for #BLACKBLOOD. LGBT hip hop heads need to acknowledge this is the pinnacle of LGBT hip hop for 2016. This is perfection. This is the bar that needs to be reached”.

So after all that I had to have a listen and I’ll say I was NOT disappointed. Take a listen and Enjoy!

I also will also recommend reading Ockydub original Cypher Avenue post as he excited and thoughts of the song, subject, LGBT issues, LGBT hip hop are stellar.

b SladeAbout the artist behind ‘#blackblood’. B. Slade is also a highly sought-after songwriter and producer for artists such as Chaka Khan, Sheila E., Faith Evans, Angie Fisher, Tisha Campbell-Martin. He most recently co-wrote several tracks on Elijah Blake‘s debut LP, including its title track, ‘Shadows & Diamonds’ and the hit ‘I Just Wanna…’ He has won 7 Stellar Awards, a GMA Award, and received 3 Grammy nominations: (1) Best Soul Gospel Album for his 2004 gold album, Out The Box , another in 2009 for  (2) Best Urban/Soul Alternative Performance for his single, ‘Blend,’ and (3) Best Traditional R&B performance in 2014 for writing and co-producing Angie Fisher ‘s ‘I.R.S.’.



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