Under her new alias, Hologram Kizzie, Psalm One drops an all new EP entitled, Free Hugs. The project includes seven new songs that were entirely produced by the production duo Compound 7 (A Plus and Aagee). You gotta love the artwork. Free Hugs. Get it? Free Kizzie below.
Directed by Sense Hernandez Panik from the legendary Molemen fold is planning a new album, pairing his stellar beats with equally dope rhymes. The album, entitled Coloring Outside The Lines, is set to drop this summer. And today we have the first offering, which comes in the form of her royal highness, Hologram Kizzie. She’s…
Psalm One starring as Hologram Kizzie drops her latest #RealTalkTuesday offering, this one a remake of Big KRIT and Bun B’s “Check The Sign.” She gives her Chicago flair to this southern gem. Check it out below.
Produced by Cache Beats BMF. Blowing Money Fast. That’s the life that Pslam, Show and E like living. The three collabo on this bouncy instrumental to discuss financial do’s and don’ts. Spend wisely, but do remember, you can’t take it with you.
Psalm One, alias Hologram Kizzie, just released this new joint in celebration of her new Soundcloud page. In honor of joining the club (better late than never!), she’s giving us her version of Bey’s “Party Life.” It’s all about the holograms for her, though. Pay attention.
Produced by Wes P. With a winter storm currently calling the Chi home, ProbCause figured there wasn’t a better time to liberate his latest drop entitled “Subzero”. The latest offering from Prob’s forthcoming The Recipe Vol. 2 features ShowYouSuck, Psalm One and Auggie The 9th joining in on the fun. This one’s pretty cold —…
Produced by Mulatto Patriot. Neak and Psalm aren’t for that Hollywood talk. Not sure what ‘Hollywood talk’ is? Well, take a listen to their new joint and get educated. No word on where this one will land, but it sure is smooth.
Shot by KP. During their show at Reggie’s last week , Vic Spencer, Caleb James, Psalm One, Encyclopedia Brown and ProbCause all hit the stage for a quick jam session. Pretty dope, but don’t take my word for it — check out the clip above.
Produced by Erick Anderson In the holiday spirit, Psalm takes it up north to Minneapolis for her latest video, which serves as a Christmas carol, alongside Erick Anderson. ‘Tis the season, no? Wanna buy? Purchase here.
Directed by APJ Films Today, Psalm One dropped her incredibly titled Child Support project, which is available for purchase on iTunes now. Psalm took money out of her own pocket to put the album together, which features kids she’s mentored and met from around the country. I’ll let her explain a bit further: I, Psalm…