top ten 2014

Girl Rap - Gifted Gab

Black Messiah - D'angelo

Lese Majesty - Shabazz Palaces

(Vibe)rations - Iman Omari

*EarthEE - THEESatisfaction

Oxymoron - School Boy Q

You’re Dead - Flying Lotus

The Kool Collection - All Cows Eat Grass

*Ok Lady - Roman Gianarthur

Yawn Zen - MNDSGN

*unreleased :)


Music Video: We All Win - All Cows Eat Grass (A.C.E.G.)

Made up of Terrence Brown, and Jeff Cohran. If you’ve been to a Janelle Monae concert then you have definitely seen these guys. You can find more of their music on YouTube or Soundcloud.

the raeview: All Cows Eat Grass presents The Milk EP

album: The Milk EP
artist: A.C.E.G.
released: October 18, 2011
copped: definitely.

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this producer is in my top 5, but you may not have heard of him. and if you are familiar with this multi-talented, fly cat, you can only expect his latest project to be nothing short of perfect.

he is a p i m p n a m e d T.

T. Brown and the collective, All Cows Eat Grass, have released The Milk EP. this 3-tracked eargasm is a blend of electro-pop, with urban punk-rock and a signature bass funk. these beats are complimented with virtuous verses that make for a delightfully rhythmic groove. The upeat tempo of the opening track, “M.I.L.K.” introduces an opportunity for dance and optimism. This song does not discriminate against the rhythmically challenged, and encourages anybody and everybody to move– just (M.I.L.K. clever, eh?) 

Though the EP begins with a pop track made to make you move, the duration of the album really speaks to the soul “SMH” is a hip-hop/rock fused track dedicated to the haters. T. Brown lets ‘em know that “you can be the best, and yet not find success/ but even if you find her, I am not impressed”. The lyrics and militant drums make for a hype song; this song is followed by a much more harmonic song. In “We All Win”, lovers around the world are reminded that “even if we lose, we both win with love”. “We All Win” is a standout track because is wraps up the complete EP. The fluidity from “SMH” to “We All Win” shall not be disregarded, as it arouses an emotion from rage/hype to peace.

I cannot wait for the EPs to follow. Word is, A.C.E.G. will release an album in Summer 2012. Follow All Cows Eat Grass at And watch the trailer for the EP, featuring yours truly.


“Keisha,” the visual. Directed by @vontevendetta. Starring a muse of PastureATL, Rae.


Tennessee-born, Atlanta-based art collective and band, All Cows Eat Grass (@ACEG_Music), continues its slow, steady stream of content releases as it unveils “Keisha,” the second single from the collective’s upcoming debut album, Self-Help. “Keisha” is ACEG’s self-described “origin song.” Originally produced in 2009 at Pasture ATL, “Keisha” encouraged Terrence Brown, iamjeffcohran, and Reneeka Rae. to formally establish All Cows Eat Grass. This electro-R&B tune is a downtempo celebration of the female mind, body, and spirit, inspired by the many muses of the Pasture tribe.

All Cows Eat Grass has also settled on a date for the aforementioned, long-anticipated album. Three years in the making, Self-Help will get a birth date of November 13, 2015. The follow-up to the 2014 remix project, The Kool Collection, Self-Help was created as T, Reneeka, and iamjeffcohran traveled the world as producers of Janelle Monáe’s live show. Their travels resulted in the creation of a trove of tribal, funky, electro-trap records that expresses a locally cultivated world sound, just as comfortable in South Memphis as it is in South Wales. 

The past year has been a “complete blast” for All Cows Eat Grass. From December 2014 to-date, ACEG released the The Kool Collection [December 2014], created and toured the All Cows Eat Grass Dance Party, headlined a SXSW stage, and released the first single and video for Self-Help, titled “If We Dance” [October/November 2015]. The video for “If We Dance” was directed by Sean Kelly, with the treatment written by iamjeffcohran and Reneeka Rae. Young Savannah-based artist, Cyd “Cydvolution” Ahlberg, designed the artwork for the singles and album, with art direction from iamjeffcohran. 

Twitter | IG: @ACEG_Music
FB: @ACEGMusic 

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Terrence, Reneeka & Jeff go to SxSW by All Cows Eat Grass - GoFundMe

Jane’s music is not the only music we support here; All Cows Eat Grass(ACEG) is a band made up from Jane’s entourage: Terrence “T-Brown” Brown, Jeff Cohran, and Reneeka Rae. They are trying to make a name for themselves and being able to go to SxSW will be a great step towards that goal. If you haven’t heard any of their music then look them up on Soundcloud, buy their music off iTunes ; you won’t regret it. Please donate if you can and spread the word, help them reach this goal.


All Cows Eat Grass- “We All Win”


t’s project is out. i’m in the trailer for it. review overdue coming soon.


Check out the visual for the first single off the long-awaited debut album from All Cows Eat Grass, Self-Help [11.13.15]. Like it & leave a comment, if you please.

AFROPUNK mixtape 003: Living History

From the marches on Selma to the marches on Ferguson, black history is living history. January 2015 saw the resurgent Civil Rights Movement gain strength, while a new Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch, the child of Civil Rights activists, boldly paid her respects to that legacy in her historic confirmation hearing. January 2015 also saw the release of new music rooted firmly in the blues, jazz, and soul from Afropunk favorites like Saul Williams, Project Black Pantera, and Toro Y Moi alongside newcomers like Pluto Moons, Adia Victoria, and Raury.

01. The Pluto Moons - #Badgoodbye
02. Interlude - Gil Scott Heron (1976)
03. Adia Victoria - Stuck In The South
04. Interlude - Sanford Biggers (Triptych: 2012)
05. Toro Y Moi - Empty Nesters
06. All Cows Eat Grass - We All Win
07. Oshun - buildestroy
08. Interlude - Loretta Lynch Confirmation Hearing (January 2015)
09. Black Luck - Cover It Up
10. The Cultured - Twelve
11. The Connectors - Harsh Measures
12. Interlude - Malcolm X (1962)
13. Project Black Pantera - Boto Pra Fuder
14. Interlude - Saul Williams (August 2013)
15. Saul Williams - All Coltrane Solos At Once
16. Oceano - Dead Planets
17. Interlude - Saul Williams (August 2013)
18. Raury - Fly

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From “Faces of the Movement” (

“I believe one should act upon what moves their heart. Ferguson has moved my heart… so I have acted.” -Sunny

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