SAULT “Untitled (Black Is)” – Review

In 1965, in response to the assasination of Malcolm X, poet, organizer and cultural critic, Amiri Baraka crystalized Black America’s righteous anger and fury into a poem entitled “Black Art.” In this foundational work, Baraka argued for a revolutionary Black aesthetic that would be used primarily in service of Black liberation. In the most famous section of the poem, Baraka rejects the European conception of “art for art’s sake,” instead calling for poems that waged war on white supremacy and capitalism as well as their ancillaries, the police. “We want poems that kill, he wrote, “Assassin poems, Poems that shoot guns. Poems that wrestle cops into alleys and take their weapons leaving them dead”


[01] Jair-Rohm Parker Wells – John 4th Part 2

[02] John Sinclair And Steve Fly – A New Order Of Being 

[03] New Flesh For Old – Amrs House (Fly Remix 2007)

[04] Dr Marshmallow Cubicle Feat. Creature Of Rebelmatic – Let’s Go Get Em’

[05] Creature Of Rebelmatic – Untitled (Unreleased)

[06] Juice Aleem feat. Ebu Blackitude & H. Prizm – Moor Master’s

[07] T4QS feat. Lord Beefington – Turn Your Shit Down (Aries Refix)

[08] T4QS Feat. Daddy Freddy – Untitled (Unreleased)

[09] Daddy Freddy – Why Did You Do That 

[10] Sun Ru Carter – Goddess So Fly

[11] John Sinclair And His International Blues Scholars – Let’s Go Get Em’

[12] DigiDogz Feat. Original Syna – Big Bud

[13] Aries And Kelvin 373 Feat. MC Navigator – Dubplate Massive V.I.P

[14] SAULT – Wildfires

Jair Rohm Parker Wells

Creature (Rebelmatic)

Deborah Charles

Sunru Carter

Lord Beefington

Sandhya Sanjana

Juice One Two Six

Daddy Freddy


Kai Eckhardt

Caroline Beausaint

Craig Easley

Juice Aleem

Laith Al Saadi

Ras Tariq

Leslie Lopez

Original Syna

Caleb Selah