"What you listening to?"
Photographer, illustrator and around-the-way-girl @phyllis.iller got her girls together for a tribute to @mclyte #PaperThin: "Almost 30 years later, Lyte's 'Paper Thin' is still as relevant as it was when it first dropped. Yo, that's when you know you dealing with classic material. Each woman in the video, phyllis included, feels these lyrics on a cellular level. We out'chea claiming our dope, our womanhood, ourselves. As a company, this is the root, the heart of phyllis.iller. The video has a second purpose, too. Wanting to fight gentrification, Atlanta's West End, a historically Black community, provides the setting. It is imperative to see us in the communities that we laugh, love, and live in. So, dig this, neither West End nor any other community of ours is for sale - it is ours. Forever."
Now playing "Phone Check" from the new solo album 0.9 NyteLife FM by Geechi Suede - international linguistic specialist and art dealer - of Camp Lo. "It’s like if we were a radio station playing the music we wanna hear and what we feel like the people wanna hear," he says of the title. "As soon as it comes on, it sounds like the essence of some b-boy ism." Listen and enjoy Geechi's signature unorthodox style on production by Sal Guod and ReXxX and E - in between throwback skits and a couple of funky samples sprinkled in there. @geechisuede 🎶 ✨