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I.N.X.: The Flood (Free Album)

Posted: January 16th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Albums, Independent | Tags: , | No Comments » Some of you may remember I.N.X. from our Spotlight feature article about him. If not, you can get familiar with his work by listening to his new album The Flood. It features 16-tracks, plus it's FREE. Tracklisting: 1. Rain Clouds Feat. Ngozi Magena 2. Northside 3. The Guilt 4. Building Schools in Africa 5. Color(ed) Schemes 6. The Calm 7. Holy Water 8. The Flood 9. Get Back Safe 10. Got Back Safe 11. Hate Me, That's Perfect 12. When U Around 13. Rent Due 14. Tell Me One Thing, What Read more

Video: I.N.X., “NorthSide”

Posted: November 18th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Independent, Videos | Tags: , | No Comments »   Police brutality has been a problem in our society for decades. After the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner made national headlines, news programs have begun to pay more attention to the brutality occurring in some of our cities. Delaware rap artist, I.N.X. lets listeners know how these injustices have effected him and his community in the new music video for "NorthSide". Read more

Spotlight: I.N.X., A Poetic Scholar

Posted: February 25th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Spotlight | Tags: , | No Comments » Wilmington, DE rap artist, I.N.X., an acronym for Influential Nexus In many cases, art is a reflection of life. Commercial rap music has devalued this notion with false realities shown in music videos and heard on wax. Wilmington, Delaware rap artist, I.N.X., defies this trend with unwavering authenticity in his music. Upbringing Born and raised in the infamous northside of Wilmington, Delaware, James Church, commonly known as I.N.X., always had a true understanding of what the real is. “I Read more