“In honor of MLK observance day, Chicago’s Roy Kinsey releases the “Great Aggin [Reprise]” from his upcoming album, “Blackie: A Story By Roy Kinsey”. Ron teams together with fellow emcees Pete Sayke and Stik Figa to offer up three separate views of the prison industrial complex. What is unique about this piece is that the original version was a part of Pete Sayke’s “Heaven Can Wait” album. This ability to rework each others tracks shows the complexity behind these artists creativity levels. Kansas native Stik Figa, known for his “Central Standard Time” project, adds the finishing touches to this powerful Mike Jones-produced record. So without further ado, here is “Great Aggin [Reprise]”, premiered exclusively on GYBU.
Ghost of the Machine and DJ Proof debut “Yesterday (For Mom)”, a tribute created in remembrance of Ghost own mother – @djproof305 @gotmhiphop
Although he’s Bronx born and Upstate New York raised, Ghost of the Machine has called …