“I felt it was really important to have a soundtrack to how people were feeling at the time,” rapper Jordan Montgomery told Pittsburgh City Paper about his debut album Driving While Black. The album, a standout in 2016, offered a snapshot of his experience with the burgeoning Black Lives Matter movement, both nationally and in Pittsburgh. Now three years later, that album lends its name to Montgomery’s record label, which also features Luc and Livefromthecity. Catch up with Montgomery’s more recent work at Driving While Black Records Pop Up Show at Oakland vintage shop Haus of Vain. He’ll be joined by his label mates, as well as Jaybee and DJ Aesthetics.