Black History Month may be coming to an end but all year long we will continue to celebrate Black achievements. One way we can push Black success is by encouraging our children in education and innovation. Pushing our children in these areas will hopefully create opportunities for them to develop the next wave of technology.

Could you imagine what the future would look like for our kids in the next 20 to 30 year by pushing technology? There could be sustainable practices that could shift agriculture, or innovative ways to conserve our world’s resources. The possibilities could be limitless to what our young black inventors will do so encourage the youth.

EarthGang – Ghetto Gods

EarthGang has released their new album Ghetto Gods today. This is the Atlanta duo’s sophomore project following up their 2019 debut Mirrorland on Dreamville records. EarthGang who has often been compared to another iconic Atlanta duo due to proximity and frankly because they are good..

Ghetto Gods is a solid project featuring production from Kawan ‘KP’ Prater of Dungeon Family, and Barry ‘Hefner Johnson holding down the majority of tracks. EarthGang continues to cement their flare and style on their latest outing. Ghetto Gods has to be one of the top album of the year with cuts like “Waterboyz,” “Amen,” and “Black Pearls” this will be in heavy rotation.

Conway The Machine – God Don’t Make Mistakes

Over the last few years Conway The Machine has been supplying hip hop with superb lyricism. It’s hard to believe God Don’t Make Mistakes is Conway’s Shady records debut. This project looks to shake up the status quo by providing hard lyrics along with grimy productions from Hit Boy, Alchemist, Daringer and a few others.

The album has 13 tracks coming in around 50 minutes long. God Don’t Make Mistakes features guest performances from Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, T.I., and his Griselda Records family. My favorite tracks on the album are “John Woo Flick, “Wild Chapters,” “Tear Gas,” and “Chanel Pearls,” featuring Jill Scott.

Kodak Black – Back for Everything

When Kodak Black entered the rap world several years ago many did not think his success would last. However, Kodak has proven his detractors wrong by putting out solid projects. Back for Everything is his latest release and it looks to prove his haters wrong once again.

Kodaks latest project has an a-list of producers from Zaytoven, London on tha Track, BuddahBless, and Murdabeatz. Kodak has created his on lanes by staying true to himself while maintaining one lone guest in Lil Durk. Tracks worth checking out on the album include “Smackers,” “Grinding Season,” “Vunerable (Free Cool), and the hit “Super Gremlin”.

Stream Enforcer Friday

Thanks for you all support, do not forget to stream my playlist for this week latest songs.

Elvin Chambers