About The Workin Class
The Workin Class is producer Dree and MC/lyricist Unknown, , Dree & Unknown linked up in 2010 while both grinding through the working class struggle trying to balance the 9-5 with family/life/happiness. Dree challenged Josh to try and hop on one of his many unique, and from there it was a wrap! Since then they've been known as "2 workin class kids just tryna get paid".
Their debut mixtape "Clocking In" featured their debut radio single "We Here". While working on cuts for their upcoming album, they found themselves with a good problem...they had so many good tracks in the works but they wouldn't all make the album. So the fellas decide to drop another FREE mixtape "Daydream". The Class are currently wrapping up their much-awaited full length album, American Dream American Nightmare (ADAN).
'Where the Class Been'
The New E.P. Daydream, which is a prelude to their upcoming double concept-album, "ADAN (American Dream/American Nightmare)" is OUT NOW!
Daydream E.P. features Chev, Mo Pa1n, Malik Diamond, and The Engin33r.
Stream Daydream EP Here!
The album "Clocking In" is available for download right now at datpiff! Link Below:
You can also stream the album with the embedded SoundCloud below.
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New Music Friday! The Workin Class "Through The Storm" ft Nisha Nandez & Malik Diamond
The Class got so much love for "All So Simple" & "Oath To The Money", so they decided to drop a new track featuring friends of wC Nisha Nandez & Malik Diamond! "Through The Storm", features a dope instrumental by Dree combined with a powerful N^2 hook with thought-provoking lyrics by Malik Diamond & Unknown. The combination is dope, but don't just take my word for it....click the play button and see for yourself!! (Available streaming free on soundcloud & also available as a free download).
Healing With Music - a playlist to remember Smitty
It's hard to believe it's already been 2 months since my cousin passed. No matter the capacity that you knew Chris Smith, you probably know of the love he had for music. I've promised many of you that I would send out copies of the memorial playlist, and thanks to some good music and a look through old pictures, I found some motivation to get out of my "writer's block". Take a look/listen and enjoy memories of Chris, you are deeply loved and missed cousin. Forever Young...
LoDo's Women & Hip Hop Series: Part 5 - Creating Solutions
We've finally reached part 5 of LoDo's "Women and Hip Hop" series! In part 5, LoDo chats with Nadia Piet, owner and founder of The TIKA, and Mark Patton of Amplifiher Media and #TheListening. There's enough complaining in the world, it's time to be a solution. We discuss creating solutions to problems that female artists and fans have faced in the hip hop world and ways we can continue to expand on the positivity and empowerment that is embodied in hip hop!
In light of the rape accusation against Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston that has become public knowledge (details of the case which are still unclear) we've seen another wave of "victim blaming". With the various recent public rape cases including the Steubenville Ohio incident in 2012, we are missing an opportunity to have a serious about rape, victims, and our justice system.
LoDo returns with part 4 of her "Women and Hip Hop" series. LoDo chats with pHoenix Pagliacci and discusses the fallout of the crew, and how the lack of family bond has negatively impacted female artists. pHoenix shares some recent collaborations as well as who she's listening to and which dope females are keeping her on her toes.
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