Petals is now Name Your Price

Petals Track List
First let me apologize for the massive drop in updates and content around here. Our last couple of album releases and promo runs left us very tired and pretty discouraged as far as the future of the label is concerned. I want to thank everyone that has purchased, downloaded or shared our music over the past few years and as my way of saying thank you I have set my last album Petals as a “Name Your Price” release on bandcamp.

This means you can now get Petals for free if you are strapped for cash or pay as little/much as you want. I have also marked down my Vinyl, and CDs so please grab one if you have not already. If you enjoyed the album and know someone else that will, do me a huge favor and send it their way now that it is a free download.

As far as updates go: I have been working on new music, although, if you have been following along this far you know by now it is a very slow process for me. I am also working with Khalik Allah on his second full length film so follow along on his Facebook & website for updates on that.

New Video from Ian Keteku

Renaissance artist and poet Ian Keteku hits us with his latest visual treatment for Chalk. In the video described as cinepoetry (cinema + poetry) Keteku explores environments of death and transition. He transcribes and recites his desires for burial to his loved one as she carries out his wishes. The self-directed video set in Ghana, West Africa stars Ghanaian actress and model Gina Akala (

The track is produced by Toronto based Philosofly.

Chalk is the third visual installment from Ian Keteku’s latest album Love & Lumumba.

Grab a free download of Chalk on Soundcloud now: