Short documentary sketches of five African American artists: Barbara Chase Riboud, Charles White, Romare Bearden, Richard Hunt, and Betty Blayton. Each artist talks about the creative process, their inspirations and the social forces at work in the early 1970s.

Over the last several months we have been blessed to be able to share our music with you guys, and to be honest your love and appreciation has been my main driving force through many stressful days and nights. Thanks to you all, we have been fortunate enough to not build a fan base around Bass.Love.Treble but a community, a community which stands together to motivate and elevate each other. So today we are releasing a thank you to all of those who have been apart of this incredible journey. The single “College Park (For You) ” is a dedication to those like all of us, this song was made just for you. Now we ask you to help us expand our community by copying and pasting the below message and sharing it with any and everyone.To show our love back we will be giving away free merchandise and autographed copies of Jamila Bello Ep to those who continue to show the most support. Send us videos of you singing your favorite part of College Park and pictures with your free merchandise to ( and we will post your pics and videos on the website. 

We Love You All. 

This is for you.


Copy Paste Message Below #GoodMusicFindsYou

Check out @BassLoveTreble new single College Park #goodmusicfindsyou #undergrad 


Download College Park (For You) Here

Come see Bass.Love.Treble live on October 31 at Treehouse Lounge at 9:30pm

Come see Bass.Love.Treble live on October 31 at Treehouse Lounge at 9:30pm

"No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them. Nobody is going to teach you your true history, teach you your true heroes, if they know that that knowledge will help set you free."
- Assata Shakur (via relivemymind)
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