North Miami’s own Reconcile recently let go of a fresh new video as he gets ready for the release of his next project, Streets Don’t Love You 2.
The Rice University-graduate self-directed the new video “Any Means,” which is slated to appear on the album dropping Friday, June 28, 2019.
“‘Any Means’ encourages us to do whatever is necessary to avoid destruction, whether physical or spiritual.”
Streets Don’t Love You 2 will be released through a partnership between EMPIRE and RMG Amplify, and follows the original Streets Don’t Love You which was came out in 2017. Streets Don’t Love You 2 is the first release from Reconcile’s newly founded Miami based indie label & independent film company entitled REVOLUTIONARIES.
You can pre-save Streets Don’t Love You 2 on Spotify now.
Along with being a recording artist, Reconcile has spent the past six years as an assistant director for a non-profit organization where he plays an integral part in community activism and programs preventing recidivism among formerly incarcerated people of color. He uses his music to reach them.
You can follow @Reconcileus on Instagram.
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