“Not Here Anymore” is the first single from Phonte’s upcoming solo album, Charity Starts At Home. The song features Elzhi, and is produced by 9th Wonder. Charity Starts At Home will be released September 27 on +FE Music/Jamla, but you can get “Not Here Anymore” right now.
Hip Hop group turned Indie Soul duo The Foreign Exchange is set to release a new album on October 12, and it’s called Authenticity. Listeners will hear the 2008 Grammy nominees further develop their unique sound on this record.
Phonte says, “I think every band reaches that point when they come into their own and find a sound that is distinctively theirs. The title refers to me and Nic’s journey to find our own unique space within this vast musical landscape. The biggest challenge as a musician is to find that ‘thing’ that makes you who you are. But I think we’re getting there, and we’re finding our way more and more with each record.”
Foreign Exchange Music presents the official music video for the second single taken from YahZarah’s album The Ballad of Purple Saint James. The track is called “Cry Over You,” and features a guest appearance by Phonte.
Little Brother recently dropped an edited version of the video for “Curtain Call,” the lead single from the album, LeftBack. This is the uncensored version. The song was produced by Khrysis, and the video was directed by Matt Koza (whose resume includes clips for RJD2, Foreign Exchange and others). Get Little Brother’s LeftBack right here.
We’re a little late on this one, but didn’t want you to miss it. This is the new single from YahZarah’s The Ballad of Purple St. James LP, called “Why Dontcha Call Me No More.”
Lyrics: YahZarah and Phonte Coleman
All vocals: YahZarah
Keys and acoustic guitar: Nicolay
Drums: Lil’ John Roberts
Electric guitar: Chris Boerner
Handclaps and tambourine: YahZarah and Phonte