250: Hip-Hop is for Everybody, Negro Justice is for Everybody

To celebrate 250 episodes, we sit down with one of our favorite hip-hop artists. Negro Justice came on our radar in the summer of 2020 with the The Stimulus EP and has released a staggering body of work in the ensuing months. We talk about his latest collaboration EP Resplendent (done with WOTT favorite Gee Slab), his evangelism of Bandcamp and the therapeutic nature of making music. It’s an enlightening and enjoyable talk with an artist that levels up with each and every release. This is one to keep an eye on, to say the least.


Follow Negro Justice on Twitter @negrojustice, on Instagram @negro_justice and on Bandcamp at negrojustice87. Also be sure to check out his work as Prince Edward in collaboration with his cousin Chan Tate. Keep up with Aaron Dethrage at EastSide Manor Studios, Cal Cuttah Beats, Burm and Andrew Johnston for more players in the world of Negro Justice.

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“No Introduction”

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“Introduction / Blade II”

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“Fall Training”

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“Dutch Master’s Thesis”

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