We at Audible Treats stand in solidarity with the protesters across the country who seek justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others. As a company, we are developing a concrete plan of action to combat the deleterious effects of systemic racism and police brutality. Currently, our team members are donating to just causes, marching in the streets, speaking out in public and private, and further educating ourselves about America’s racist past and present so that we are better equipped to call out injustice when we recognize it.
We take our role seriously as a conduit for amplifying voices and stories that tend to be ignored by the mainstream media. As for our day-to-day work of publicizing our artists and their stories, we’re working closely with them to find a balance between their need for artistic expression and their solidarity with the protest movement.
There is strength in numbers. Here is a resource that lists ways you can take action: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/
No justice, no peace. Black Lives Matter.
Video: Jaah SLT – “Same Me”
The Alamo Records Signee Behind Viral Single “Tuff” Mobs With Homies in an Eye-Popping New Video
“Be prepared to see a whole lot more of Jaah in the coming months as he continues his ascension.” – ELEVATOR
Shaking his blonde dreads with a smile on his face, Jaah SLT is a charismatic rising star. Coming through with his latest turn-up anthem, Jaah shares “Same Me.“ Gleefully annihilating a minimalist instrumental, Jaah thumbs his nose at haters and people who don’t know him yet, making sure they know he won’t change when he gets famous: “Words don’t hurt me, sh*t can’t faze me/F*ck you n****s sayin’, I swear you don’t know me.” In the video, directed by Mack, Jaah mobs in a with some homies, including a mysterious man with a TV for head, in a series of shifting locations, from desolate train tracks, to a spacious field house, to a psychedelic fantasy world. “Same Me” is Jaah’s first video since last month’s “Dottin Up,” which earned a premiere in Lyrical Lemonade and racked up over 260k views since its late-May release.
“Same Me” and “Dottin’ Up” are the North Carolina native’s latest effort in the wake of “Tuff,” his biggest hit to date. The Brelly Beats-produced anti-police turn-up anthem crossed the 1 million view threshold on YouTube, and reached the Spotify’s US Viral 50 chart and Rolling Stone‘s Breakthrough 25 chart in May. Released in September 2019, “Tuff” experienced a slow-and-steady rise, eventually catching fire on TikTok (nearly 300k video creations) and making its way to urban radio in North Carolina. In February, Jaah shared his new EP 2-7-2020 via Alamo Records. As his profile continues to rise in the wake of “Tuff,” Jaah is planning major moves to become the next N.C. rap star. Stay tuned.
Watch “Same Me”: https://youtu.be/1-VcX88HlmU
Buy/Stream “Same Me”: http://smarturl.it/SameMeJaahSLT
With uniquely animated vocalizations over trap-punk beats, rapper Jaah SLT—a nickname spawned from a mashup of Charlotte’s airport code, CLT, and a childhood fight club named SALT—first caught viral attention with his 2019 single, “Tuff.” With the song soundtracking playful Tik Tok videos and charting high on Spotify Viral Charts, Shazam Top 200 and Rolling Stone Charts, the North Carolina native is quietly emerging from the internet underground to solid hip-hop spotlight.