Yung Jewelz takes us "Higher" alongside Savvy, Dolla Black & Vitamin Cea [Video] • Word Is Bond

It’s a posse affair on the newest record titled “Higher” from Jackson, Mississippi native Yung Jewelz. Over a mellow, soulful backdrop she recruits the vocal services of fellow Magnolia State emcees Savvy, Dolla Black and Vitamin Cea who come through with their unique styles.

“Higher” is taken from her “Earth Day” EP which was released earlier in 2018. The M-Dub directed visual allows Jewelz to shine alongside a bevvy of heavy hitters from the Magnolia State. Not only are featured artists Savvy, Dolla Black and Vitamin Cea all apart of it, but quite a few of your other indie artists from the region join in on the fun. The summer vibes of the single are matched with a visual that captures its essence.

Live from the rooftop of the King Edwards Hotel, the scenery is perfect for the elevated activities described in the single. The locale, party atmosphere and of course a jamming record all combine to make the video an experience you shouldn’t miss.

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TWIB Premiere: Vitamin Cea takes us into a "Crazy Dream" [Video] • Word Is Bond

Hard working Mississippi based emcee Vitamin Cea has always flooded our pages with nothing but solid material in the past. The young budding act is back for 2018 with this stunning visual for her song “Crazy Dreams” taken from her debut JoyFull Noise mixtape.  The soulful track gets ushered into a higher plateau with the picturesque visuals and ethereal aesthetics thanks to director Brandon McCoy. It shows the true organic elements Vitamin Cea exudes using vivid lyricism in relation to human feelings that certain aspects of nature hold from her perspective.

Vitamin Cea’s is currently preparing her “GRADUWAIT” EP which is set to arrive in the coming months.

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Vitamin Cea and D. Horton join forces for "My Skin Is Black" • Word Is Bond

Closing up Black history month is the very talented emcee Vitamin Cea who delivers her own version of Jay Z’s “Story Of O.J”. As a culture of people that have always overcome oppression and the toughest of obstacles Black people have their own special sense of strength. With this basis in mind Vitamin Cea recruits D. Horton

 On “My Skin Is Black” both artists delve deep into the issues that face our race in terms of perception, social status, cultural influence and more. The track acts as the first release from Vitamin Cea in quite some time, as well as the first from her upcoming mixtape “GRADUWAIT” which is set to be released in the coming months. Listen to the lyrical onslaught below and let us know your thoughts.

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