The KOLATERAL compilation album is finally here, and you can get it for free.
On Saturday (06/29), local hip-hop artists BLKD and Calix announced the online debut of their 12-track political record KOLATERAL. The compilation features Kartell'Em, Muro Ami, Tatz Maven, Tao, and more, who aim to criticize the Philippine Drug War through tracks backed by "real data and narratives."
KOLATERAL— 𝔹𝕃𝕂𝔻 (@imBLKD) June 29, 2019
Google Drive: https://t.co/10lH6ud8dk
Spotify: https://t.co/eGMDjdUYnc pic.twitter.com/Zn2QI9HLaO
"It is the product of two years' worth of research and artistic collaboration," they write in a statement. "The data that informs the songs have been gathered from media reports and key informant interviews from communities at the front line of the Drug War."
KOLATERAL— CALIX (@calixphil) July 1, 2019
Apple Music: https://t.co/mRuUFadecH
Soundcloud - https://t.co/9Tz84q6VBp
Bandcamp - https://t.co/Ljr69Lh6Xy pic.twitter.com/yrY41LdDvg
In a tweet, Calix announced that physical copies of Kolateral will not be released. Get the album for free here.
Stream the album below.