Various artists – Osunlade Pres Racially Charged

LABEL : Yoruba Records

Format : 12 inch

Released : July 19′

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It is in this calling for justice and anger that Osunlade presents “Racially Charged”. Two new songs, one with a new voice, another with an old. Entirely produced by Osunlade and mastered by the one and only Martin Iveson, better known as Atjazz. this single promises truth, a message warranted and some foot stompin’ all at once. River city poet and writer Aturah starts things off with “They Say”, speaking directly on the Danye Jones case. Reminiscent to some of his more overtly political work like “Black August”, this one of Osunlade’s sparser arrangements, letting Aturah take charge with her urgent message. Up next, the legendary Philly DJ and spoken word artist Rich Medina takes over vocal duties for “The Sickness”. Speaking on the monster that is social media and its passionate, outspoken and mostly clueless users, Osunlade brings a more sinister and cynical production into play, featuring the keyboard work of Yoruba Soul favorite, Jesse Gannon. On the flip we end things with a tech-house tinged remix of “They Say” from Yoruba newcomer and other half of po-lar-ity, Burlie Mac as well as the instrumental version of the “The Sick


Side 1
Aturah – They Say (6:20)
Rich Medina – The Sickness (4:03)

Side 2
Aturah – They Say (Burlie Mac Remix) (6:33)
The Sickness (Instrumental)


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