Dogfood Music Group's first artistic statement is one of thrilling disruption.
Listen to a taste of C-ORE.
The inaugural release from Dogfood Music Group.
From NON Records to a compilation on a new label fronted by Mykki Blanco, rising networks of African and Afrodiasporic artists are choosing to disseminate music in solidarity.
According to 10 artists going it alone, from Janelle Monae to Dre Skull.
"I'm surrounded by insanely talented people," the NYC artist tells The FADER of new label Dogfood Music Group.
"Gay and lesbian children will now grow up in a country where their very existence wont make them second-class citizens."
"No more living a lie. HAPPY PRIDE"
"I'm taking the initial steps to securing what I know I do want, to observe and write about places and cultures in our world not known to many."
A bit of mood music.
"I see in Russia pieces of myself and through self love I in turn love Russia."
A New York rapper and punk icon chat studio politics and how to fight today's battles.
The rapper's diverse and widely influenced new record is out October 28th.
Mykki Blanco has followed-up her recent arrest in Portugal with a charged and seemingly politically-minded video for her recent Jeremiah Meece-produced single "She Gutta."