On the third single off his upcoming No Child Left Behind album, Devine Carama enlists the voice of Deacon the Villain to pay homage to those that lost their lives too soon.
My hometown has been hit with a rash of recent violence, along with the rest of the country it seems. Everybody gets so wrapped up in the issues (gun control) and the cause (stop the violence), which is great, but often times the victims are forgotten. This song is dedicated to those that lost their lives too soon and the responsibility we all have to have a positive impact on the youth so we can save more lives.
With a title like “Knob Creek” I wouldn’t expect anyone else except Sheisty Khrist to make an appearance haha. But the song itself, is more than the whisky it derives from as JustMe shares…
“Knob Creek didn’t start off as a song about racism, but when you try to do a song about Kentucky, it’s liable to come up. It may manifest itself in less aggressive ways, but it’s still alive and kickin’. If I may propose a toast… to finding unity in diversity!
Now that the Canada tour is over and the holidays have passed, Kno and Deacon give an update on the creation of Strange Journey Vol. 3. If you remember from the first meeting, Kno asked the fans to head to their Facebook page and vote on who they’d like to see on the project. Now with the second meeting, he and Deacon announce the closing of the polls and speak on some of the artists that were chosen to be apart of SJV3. Stay tuned as the updates will start to come more frequently as the trio continues to work..
After tornados ravaged through the state of Kentucky (and other South/Midwest areas of the US) earlier this month, Rob Jackson and Da’Mon “Jup” Norris gathered Deacon the Villan and Natti (of CunninLynguists) and Courtney Campbell for a song of hope and inspiration. The song — which was recorded at Saint Claire Recording Studios in Lexington, KY — is now available on iTunes with all proceeds going to Kentucky Cares (which supports the relief efforts of the American Red Cross.
Imagine if Malcolm wanted peace and Martin held up the glock?
So Marq just goes right ahead and hi-jacks Deacon and Sheisty for their Niggaz Wit Latitude original, gets Deacon to revamp the beat, Sheisty to add a few bars and shows Pack the door? Alright then! Haha.. it’s a QN5 thaang beeyotch.
Pack may fucking hate rappers, but that doesn’t mean he’s a hater. In fact, the QN5‘r likes just about everything else on this Earth. And with his latest video, the proof is in the visuals. Shouts to the big homie Deacon the Villain on the beat.
Deacon the Villain and Sheisty Khrist’s collaborative album turned one this week, and they drop a visual reminder for it. If you haven’t copped the project yet you can head to their e-tilt to stream and purchase the entire thing.