Tuesday, September 6, 2016


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This blog will be discontinued in the weeks to come. Please check the new site and/or follow us on social media at : @shiningsoulphx

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Shining Soul- "No Mercy" (Official Music Video)

Directed by Salvador Angel Robledo and Shanice Malakai of THUG HIPPY
Filmed in Occupied Phoenix, AZ and Tohono O'odham Nation

"This is a time to stop pleading for human rights and to start demanding justice. We need to identify and attack the root causes of the oppressions we face that continue to divide us internally as a movement. We need to say a lot more about the international trade policies that continue to uproot people from their homes. Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) is clearly not a people’s solution. Profiting off our demise as a raza and converting Indigenous territories to paramilitary police states is big business for government officials, corporations, and NGO's promoting these reforms. We need to be in the business of asking critical questions to be a stronger, united force in responding to this attack and fight back!"

Red/Brown solidarity is a MUST!
Hip Hop is Resistance! 

We are anti/non-corporate, pro-independent hustle, hip hop artists, so when the video drops, PLEASE SHARE THIS with the world!!! Share the link on your Facebook, send it to a friend, share it on your Twitter, post a pick of it on Instagram and/or whatever you use for social media!


#SiSePuede #smashthestate

Thursday, May 8, 2014


"The purpose of this tour is to begin to build a culture of resistance through hip hop and art, and to inspire and educate others through hip hop. These artists are revolutionary artists that use art to continue to build movement and solidarity across all sectors. To educate and inform, to fight oppression and stand up for our rights, to inspire and fight back. To remember the importance of our planet and water. It is up to us to create a vision for our future." 


Tuesday May 13th
Hoopa Nation
5:30 pm - later
Hoopa Community Center
1200 Airport Road

Thursday May 15th 
Modesto - Yokut and Miwok Territory
Valley Improvement Project
400 12th St. #14

Friday May 16th
Oakland - Ohlone Territory
6pm - late
2313 San Pablo Avenue

Saturday May 17th
Los Angeles - Tongva Nation
5:15 - late
Casa de Resistencia 
318 S. Alvarado St

Sunday May 18th
Los Angeles- Tongva Nation
RAC Food Program
McArthur Park 7th and Wilshire

Monday May 19th
Santa Barbara - Chumash Territory
Multicultural Center at UC Santa Barbara

*Shining Soul and Zro Prophet will rock a show set in Tohono O’odham territory*

Tuesday May 20th 
5pm - 9pm
Topawa, AZ Tohono O’odham Nation
Himdag Ki Museum

Northwest Dates: check the links

Thursday May 8, Lilloet, St'at'imc Nation
Cayoose Creek Camp - Idle No More
Evening Show--time and location TBA

Friday May 9, Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories
Astorino's, 1739 Venables St.
Doors open at 7:30 pm
$5 youth / $8 adult

Sunday May 11th, Seattle, Washington
Black Coffee Co-Op, 501 E Pine St.
5pm to 1am

Friday, November 1, 2013


After releasing our album, Sonic Smash, on Sept. 10th 2013, we are now gearing up to embark on a five-day album release tour throughout the southwest in anticipation of our official album release party in Phoenix, Arizona. The “SONIC SMASH release tour” comes after years of grinding on the road, establishing our music and message in the hearts and minds of hip hop admirers, and building a strong base of friends and fans in the region. Joining us in our travels is Albuquerque mainstay Def-I of Definition Rare, rising Phoenix emcee I-Dee and an arsenal of guest emcees and deejays! Come celebrate with us!

Thursday, September 12, 2013


Our new full length project. Download it and share it with your peoples!

Two years after releasing our first full length project “We Got This”, our long overdue second full-length project “SONIC SMASH” is available to the world! SONIC SMASH exemplifies our diversity in flavor and subject matter (such as the criminalization and militarization of indigenous and migrant peoples), while sharing and maintaining the essence of Hip-Hop culture.  

Premiering the single/music video “Get Up” and politically charged banger “No Mercy”, which is our response to anti-immigrant/pro-border militarization hysteria in this country, SONIC SMASH fully exhibits their diverse range of skills and material, let alone commitment to revolutionary change in our respected communities of Phoenix, Arizona and the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Featuring guest appearances by Brad B of The Insects, Albuquerque's premier hip hop group Definition Rare, Mr. Miranda of Writers Guild, Mykr Fiend X of the Avenue of Arts crew, Phoenix hip hop legend Nutmeg, vocalist Amber Dirks, DJ Reflekshin, Tucson's DJ Alias, and guest producers Rough Draft of the SYNCRONAUTS, DN3 of Writers Guild, Gunky Knuckles, and Oakland live beat maestro B. Durazzo!

Mixed and Mastered by Ty Kemp @ Wh0biz Pros 

Album art work by Rack & Stack

SONIC SMASH is available to download as of September 10, 2013. Check it!