FUTUREHOOD FRIDAYS

Listen to a beautifully vulnerable new song by Linda LaBeija

Today, she is premiering “Skins,” a collaboration with producer Skyshaker — both are signed to Mister Wallace and aCeb00mbaP's label FUTUREHOOD label. The track sees LaBeija once again mixing spoken word with music. Her words float atop a heartbeat, growing louder and more distorted with each second. “We sin, and in confines with the traces of your eyelash can be found on my neckline,” she laments. “I’m grim, I’m torn.”  -  JADE GOMEZ 

FULL DISCLOSURE

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 The sixth installment of FUTUREHOOD FRIDAYS is a single from Chicago based producer and DJ Hijo Prodigo entitled ‘Full Disclosure.’ Debuting on FUTUREHOOD.net and available for streaming/purchase through Bandcamp. The bale funk inspired club track empowers listeners who are often commodified and  hypersexualized in club spaces into beings of agency and autonomy when it comes to what they desire.  

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THE DIY SYNTH POP PRINCESS IS BACK WITH A NEW SINGLE FROM THEIR FUTUREHOOD DEBUT, 'NOSE EP' COMING SOON...

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 FUTUREHOOD & Fantastic Sound announce the forthcoming fourth studio album from Chicago native rapper Roy Kinsey entitled 'BLACKIE' with the lead single BSAYF (Bitch She Aint Your Friend)produced by ESQUIRE 

"'Everything Did' was written for the fly girls of the night and day, who survive having marginalized jobs like sex work and still manage to have their hair did, nails did, everything did," said CHAE over email. "Whether it be escorting, stripping, or sugar babying, the women who have mastered the art of finessing the oppressor, men, out of their savings in order to live are the magnificent ones." -CHAE BUTTUH for the The Fader

Queer rapper Rozay Labeija released his empowering single "CINNABUNS," a track the New York artist says "affirms femmes who have a lil extra junk in their trunks. It's all about body positivity for those who may not always see themselves represented in popular media." 
 

The LGBTQ answer to Kanye West's G.O.O.D Fridays

FUTUREHOOD has announced it will release something new every Friday inspired by Kanye West's G.O.O.D Friday series. Aptly titled FUTUREHOOD Fridays, the rollout will feature brand new unreleased songs, videos and merch from members of the collective's LGBTQ family.  - Justin Moran, Out.com