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BenOaks & Circumstantial Saint team up with spoken word poet & educator sean hogan & the Red Rose’s fave “Artivist” Sir Dominique Jordan on boombap flavored hiphop / alt R&B jawn “Dust on the Ceiling Fan” which dropped tonite @ midnite! cover art by Darren Jordan.
our cofounder & director BenOaks made a very rare podcast appearance on Corey Rosen’s The Story Podcast. They talked about his musical start & the Craigslist origin of the Bones Culture international music collab collective. Circumstantial Saint also went with BenOaks & they had a lively discussion with Corey about race relations & human rights. Along with overcoming creative block the making of their debut spoken word / affirmations + soul / funk eponymous album.
“Dope track” – AURISION
“extraordinary production and song” – Bastido
“Definitely a very intriguing sound here, and I do think the production’s great” – Fashionably-Early
“enjoyed the substance to the words and the production has nice creativity” – Global Money World
“Nice easy vibe with your charming vocal part” – Hardkoreva
“good production” – Independent Spirits
“Poetic for sure.” – RatingsGameMusic
“Music creates interesting layers and textures which work pretty well and have a subtle groovy vibe” – Somos Grandes
“I like the uniqueness of this track though definitely haven’t heard something like this before, your lyrical content… is pretty nice and its very easy to listen and understand the track in my opinion” – Matthew Chavez
we cnt believe we were blessed w over 20k streams/views in its debut wknd! 😱🙏😍😂
This reggae / dancehall / DUB track reminds you to face your fears and let them go. With this mega collaboration from the Bones Culture collective, you get many different takes on what it can mean to ‘let go!’ From the lyrical flexing of two spoken word titans- Circumstantial Saint & Sir Dominique Jordan; to the haunting vox of Kalamitye & the vibes of Android Ed. This bass heavy DUB is some of the best production work from triphop producer BenOaks.
Here is a lyric video mixed with 1960’s civil rights marches with MLK @ Selma & DC along with recent #BlackLivesMatter footage.
66notes expresses a timely empowering message with his new single “Black Power”. He shares his experience with racism & modern day civil rights.
“Let’s get high, and never come down” words sung so emotionally by multi-talented artist 66notes. At the end of this song 66notes asks, “You ever want to fly away? Far far away, and escape this reality?” The reality that he speaks of is the constant turmoil pertaining to racism/discrimination/prejudice that has continuously destroyed not only this nation, but the whole world. It is because of this reason, he along with so many others like him would like to get higher than the clouds, and never come down. 66notes is a humanitarian and advocate for social equality, ‘Never Come Down’ is one of many of 66notes’ songs that points out the negative attributes associated with the various forms of hate in our world. He hopes by producing more and more songs with these types of messages, that it will spark much needed awareness to deal with these growing issues.