Detroit rapper Yae Yae Jordan chopped it up with A Humble Soul for his first interview since going to prison in 2014 for second-degree murder.
The astonishing mind, wrongful conviction and unjust execution of Stanley “Tookie” Williams is explored in the documentary below.
During an appearance on Taxstone’s “Tax Season” in late 2016, Gillie Da Kid opened up about being approached by Gangster Disciples in Chicago for having
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Bay Area artist AOne provided an exclusive track for the A Humble Soul platform. Check out his vibe “Got Juice” below, and be sure to
One of Detroit’s rap pioneers, Street Lord Juan is currently fighting for his freedom while serving an 188-month sentence in federal prison. In our latest