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Tha Rift and KenSoul link up for their most recent collab on their hip-hop infused R&B track titled, “How You Feel.”
Set in the snowy tundra of rural Minnesota, Tha Rift spits catchy bars in-between KenSoul’s harmonious flows.
“[I] was struck with the energy of a desolate quiet snow-frosted environment where our artists are yearning for the girl and the time while being in a space that reflects the story they were telling.” – Xamvision
Watch the official video for, “How You Feel,” below!
As we patiently wait for more new releases from Atlanta’s own Tasha Catour, she shares with us her brand new single – “She’s Not Even Mines” –with fellow ATLien’s Persona Jackson and Que to hold us over.
You can check out the official new single below, and listen to more music from Tasha Catour via Spotify.
After just a week off of the release of their second collaborative group project, Annuit Coeptis, I tapped in with the Cov Gov team to talk about the response from their new album, their goals for the new year, and how they each feel about working in a group dynamic.
The Album, Annuit Coeptis — Latin for “Providence favors our undertakings” — is another spiritual and social honest piece from Cov Gov proving their versatile and vital approach to rap about the topics that often get lost in translation.
Always honest and transparent with their fans… here’s what the group had to say:
Describe the album, Aunnit Coeptis, in three words…
Now with that being said, what was the inspiration behind making the, Annuit Coeptis, project the official CØV group project?
Nalo: “The collection of artists… each is great in their own lane. So to see us come together successfully is a good move for hip-hop as a whole.”
Sensei Feng Xhui: “With politics becoming more synonymous with entertainment, it was only right that [we] as musicians make more music to reflect these times.”
You guys have always meshed well as a group, while also knowing how to separate your solo careers… how difficult — or easy was it getting every member on the same page for this group project? (Studio time, Tracklist Arrangement, Choosing an album cover, etc.)
Relz: “Whenever you have a collection of solo artists/different personalities with conflicting schedules – it’ll never be easy, because things might take a little longer than expected, or you may not agree on certain things. However, it teaches you how to compromise. That’s the beauty of being on a team… taking the different opinions in the creative process & then coming on one accord to create a masterpiece.”
Sensei Feng Xhui: “OH BOY! It is heaven and hell! Always competitive! Mainly because we try to bring out the best in each other. Everybody has their own process, but no matter what the end result is always the most important part. When we disagree on details, we find common ground on the intentions. As far as the solo part, it’s easier to be free when you’re apart of a great collective.”
Young Scoop: It was fun for me to work on this project, I like the competition, but being in covenant, you do a verse one day and it’s gone the next.” – Scoop says jokingly.
Hazy: “Let’s just start off by saying – I hated the cover for the record; but everyone that listened to it likes it so far… I think the hardest part of doing group projects is that we’re in different states so scheduling is always going to be an issue with working on tracks.”
Be honest! What’s everyone’s favorite single on the album?
Relz: “So much love!”
Sensei Feng Xhui: “Spooky Times” because it has a menacing type of energy… Like a horror movie feel. Like the horror of reality.”
Young Scoop: “Sight..” telling people it’s more than what your two eyes see.” Coincidentally Hazy agrees… Hazy: Definitely “Spooky Times,” I should have been on that, right after Scoop.
I’m sure everyone is also wondering, when can we expect some new visuals from, Annuit Coeptis?
Sensei Feng Xhui: “Coming sooner or never (said sarcastically).”
Just in 3 days, the project received more than 3,000 streams via Spotify. What are y’all numbers looking like now as we officially hit one week? — Was this response more or less than what you were expecting?
Sensei Feng Xhui: “We’re quickly approaching 10k. We knew the potential of the group as soon as we came together.”
Last, but not least! What’s next for Covenant Government? What major moves can we expect from the group and its’ members in 2019?
Sensei Feng Xhui: “Young Scoop’s project is next! Then Relz! Then the rest of the squad! Y’all can expect more videos, more thoughts, more energy, more vibes, more content, and all of the above!”
Be sure to stay connected with Covenant Government as we wait for new music to come.
Follow the group via all major social media and music streaming platforms.