“;” is the first studio album by Central African-American recording artist Psychogen. It was released on January 20th, 2018 by Gracemob Entertainment, and MUSIC UNITES AFRICA. The album was primarily produced by the successful producer Jason Baker a.k.a. Hitemwiththejabz and included guest appearances from Kasinova Tha Don, Silverstone Barz, True Jewels, Freddie X, and Seimphonie.
In the politically intense climate worldwide, "Society II" by African-American rapper 'Psychogen' and Africa's iconic neo-soul singer/songwriter, P-Hypha couldn't be more culturally relevant and timely, citing the unity of 21st Century Pan-African youths towards #Agenda2063. In a time when the issue of slavery sensitively erodes deep into conversations, in a world where disinformation of facts continue to deflect the obvious; in a society where love seems to lost, "Society II" re-instills SOLIDARITY and the pursuit of total freedom and liberty from all forms of neo-colonialism and mental enslavement.
"We Want Moor 2" is a socially-conscious song by African-American Hip-Hop Artist and Diaspora Ambassador for MUSIC UNITES AFRICA, Psychogen. The vision of this song is to showcase the hardships Black-Africans have faced and continue to face all over the world for many years coming. Shedding light on the still-ongoing modern-day slavery, Neo-colonization, systematic racism, and the dehumanization of our vastly dynamic cultural heritages.
Black Jerusylem artist and Goodwill Ambassador for Music Unites Africa Psychogen releases a preview video for his heartfelt song “Still Cry”, a single off of his EP “Afrostalgia”, which is expected to drop in February 2017. This video has a realistic-like theme that gives the viewer excitement during each transition. As each clip transitions, the heartbeat increases, showcasing that the wait for Afrostalgia is almost at its end. Director, writer, and producer, Richard Kelly and Still Risin’ Productions have been working with Psychogen for quite some time now. You can expect much more from them in the coming months.
Atlanta born rapper and Pan-African Youth Advocate, Psychogen (real name: Brian Anderson Williams) releases this very powerful hip hop tune that talks about the discrimination and pain people of color go through daily in the United States of America. Psychogen is joined by Bliss, JTG and Dolla on this track, produced by Debars. Love hip hop? Love Africa? Love America? Love Hip Hop, Africa and America?! Or simply love good music? Well if you do, this song is perfect for you. Listen as Psychogen reels out this poetic reality of life in America as a 21st Century Pan-African Youth.
For all those who think hip hop is dead, think again! "Society" by American rapper Psychogen featuring Pan-African music artiste, P-HYPHA is a song about the bright future of the black people all around the world. Dubbed as a 'Pan-African Theme Song', "Society" talks about the unity of black people across the world and the establishing of a united & prosperous Pan-Africa where inclusiveness, socioeconomic growth & women rights thrive to make our SOCIETY a better place for the black man. It's produced by American producer Carigamist and features exclusively on TIDAL.
Definitive Soul Music Group artist Psychogen has released this poetically-inspired music video titled “Kelly Green”; a single from his upcoming EP “317 Grace 2”. The song was written and recorded in January of 2016. This song quickly became a personal favorite to Psychogen. This video contains a nature-like experience that allows users to adjust to each sequence. DJ Kidd Styles and Georgiaboyfilms have teamed up with Psychogen on many visuals in the past. Psychogen continues to embrace his African heritage through his music
Psychogen, an African-American rapper from Atlanta releases this dope hip hop tune titled Katana. This Asian-like trap-beat was produced by Nick Miraj and is filled with metaphorically-laced hardcore lyrics to get that head of yours throbbing. Psychogen is a key-figure in Music Unites Africa's Diaspora community. He's one of America's rising stars and his embrace for Pan-Africanism and everything African sets him apart from his contemporaries. Psychogen is a phenomenal talent poised to take the American music industry and the world alight with his electric style of music. He's one of our favorite Pan-African rappers and will feature in Music Unites Africa's African Heritage Music Concert - AHMC.