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Lullaby by Kane.

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Share This.Kane Mayfield isn’t exactly a noob when it comes to rap music, but his latest track, “Sleep,” emits a refreshing confidence that can only be possessed by an artist that has settled into a creative groove. Mayfield is establishing his brand; and the result is signature word play, thoughtful content, and rotation friendly songs like “Sleep.” Also, see if you can spot the E.F. Hutton reference.

Trading in Collars. (VIDEO)

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Share This.Kanye Mayfield recently premiered visuals for his single “White Collar”. Directed by Indie Love Enterprises, the video has a strong autobiographical tone that really resonates with those who have had the pleasure of following his work. But, for fans new and old, it is a welcomed portrait of Mayfield’s journey as an artist and as a human being. “…akin to the show–whereas the main character goes from being a con-man, to Read More

Kane Mayfield x A3C Part 2.

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Share This.After the welcomed release of Part 1, Kane Mayfield recently followed up with Part 2 of the three part A3C series. Mayfield lets his sense of humor take centerstage on “A3C Part 2″, opting for a casually authoritative flow that seems borderline conversational on certain occasions. It almost sounds as if Mayfield just walk in the booth and began rapping off sheer experience–no pen, no paper, no plan, just Read More

Kane Mayfield Shines.

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Share This.Kane Mayfield’s “Shining Star (What You Are)” recently made its way onto the Baltimore City Paper‘s Big Baltimore Playlist. We’ve credited Mayfield for honesty before, but he really outdid himself on this one. Touching on everything from his upbringing to soda allergies, the New York native turned Baltimore MC spins a soulful web of biographical honesty and painstaking nostalgia. An obvious dedication to his mother, Mayfield renders himself appropriately vulnerable, Read More

Pepperjack Gets An Anthem.

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Share This.Kanye West might be making the web cream its pants with Yeezus, but B-More rap bully, Kane Mayfield is tickling our funny bone with his newest rogue single, “One for Pepperjack”. Currently working on two major projects that are set for release later this year, Mayfield took some time out to pay homage to one of his alter egos with a one-off single that is both humorous and menacing. If you Read More

White Collar: Behind the Scenes.

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Share This.We just received some behind the scenes visuals from Kane Mayfield‘s “White Collar” video. Directed by Aaron Lynton, Kevin Kim, Chris Bates of Indie Love Enterprise, Mayfield shot at multiple locations in New York City including the Chrysler Building, DUMBO, Financial District, Brooklyn Bridge, Factory Studios and more. It also features a customized mural by Art Under Pressure. The video is set to be due out in March. “It’s the first time Read More

The Civil Issues: Classism.

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Share This.Our final topic of discussion, Classism, was the elephant in the room. No matter how we much we tried to tiptoe around the subject, we always found ourselves bumping into it. And good thing that we finally breached that subject. Once we sunk our teeth into classism, the overall exchange was surprisingly cordial, heated, but cordial. Mary Pryor had to step out because of a prior engagement, but our senior Read More

The Civil Issues: Sexism.

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Share This.Sexism is the oldest -ism in the world. Since humanity began, men and women have been at odds with each other, and at the same time, have been unable to live without each other; the ultimate love-hate relationship. While history shows us that sexism has been largely aimed at women, is it fair to say that it only goes one way? During our round-table discussion of sexism, featured below, one Read More

The Civil Issues: Racism.

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Share This.While this country has come a long way in its struggle to overcome racism, many issues of race still persist. At the same time new trends in racism have begun to emerge as the demographic of our country continues to change. New trends emerge and reignite old issues, even, or perhaps especially, because we live in the era when this country is being led by its first black President. Read More

The Civil Issues: Materialism.

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Share This.Assembled in the basement of the Gene Frankel Theater on Bond Street, our discussion on “isms” had yet to get underway. Mary Pryor was the first to arrive, with Kane Mayfield, Perri Dash and Crystal Hines not too far behind. Gail Thacker, our honorary guest of the night, also strolled in, a warm smile adorning her face. With everyone enjoying their triangle sandwiches and their glasses of wine, we Read More