Monday, September 30
Friday, September 27
Thursday, September 26
In verse 2 of "When The Day Breaks" Kendrick quotes "If Big & Pac was alive, I'd probably go to war wit them & make em commit suicide."
Wednesday, September 25
Tuesday, September 24
Monday, September 23
There is nothing like New York City. The energy for the city gives life to creativity like no where else. From the Upper West Side to Harlem to the LES, there is so much inspiration it is easy to get overloaded. In his new single "NY Inspired," ImJaeHall paints a vivid picture of the city that he loves so much and that draws millions every year.
It's no secret that most actors possess a musical talent and Jermaine Crawford. The singer/ Actor was first introduced to the world as a talented 12 year old playing Dukie on the HBO show "The Wire," but what most people do not know is that he is also a talented musician and songwriter. Singing has always been his first love and now at the age of 21, as he prepares his first music music project Underdog set to release on Oct. 9th, he releases his first single "Janet." On this sultry and seductive single, Crawford talks about unrequited love and pure desire. This song will also appear in Robert Townsend's new movie Playin for Love.
Saturday, September 21
Tuesday, September 17
Queens rapper P'Cise returns with his new visual for his song "Sky High." In this Akeel Nelson directed video, P'Cise spits hard and aggressive lyrics with a glossy images to accompany it all. "Sky High" is off of his forth coming mixtape
Monday, September 16
In July of 2012, Tree watched Danny Brown perform at Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival. Soon after, Tree predicted that he too would grace the Pitchfork stage and be counted amongst a group of talented musicians pushing Chicago music forward in 2013. Tree accomplished those goals through the release of his honest, genuine, and urgently grimy Sunday School projects, the most recent volume – When Church Lets Out – was released in May of 2013. The releases earned him critical acclaim, and a coveted performance slot at Pitchfork Fest 2013.
This short documentary profiles the emcee and producer through archive footage from a year ago, and a candid weekend with Tree as he prepared for his big set. Directed by Andrew Zeiter.
Friday, September 13
Thursday, September 12
Relationships are never easy but if they are worth it, you fight for it. That is exactly what singer/songwriter is talking about on his new single "Complicated/Separated." Lace uses his smooth tenor to talk about the ties that bind and how he is unwilling to let go. Listen what he has to say here:
Labels: Lace Lavon
Wednesday, September 11
Love can be complicated and it's never easy. On "Love Like This" Olivia talks about a love that she can't seem to conquer. With the help of singer/songwriter Tank, Olivia's sexy alto floats over the track produced by Cisco Rosado. "Love Like This" is first single off of the forthcoming compilation album by producer Cisco Rosado.
Tuesday, September 10
"The Tour Report" (by Steve Raze), documenting the real life experiences of some of today's hottest Hip-Hop stars while on tour. The groundbreaking show provides a rare glimpse into the gritty, unforgiving yet rewarding and bonding grind of today's most popular artists.
The pilot episode follows Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky, B.o.B, Trinidad James, Ty Dolla $ign and more, at the Houston, TX leg of this summer's "Under the Influence 2" Tour.
Monday, September 9
1.Murdah Baby - Cold Worldlisten download
2.Murdah Baby ft Milla On Deck - I Aint Trippin
3.Murdah Baby Xft Milla On Deck - Set Fo Life
4.Murdah Baby ft SK - Rap Classic
5.Murdah Baby ft Maxpayne Shawty - Conducting Business
6.Murdah Baby - Gringos
7.Murdah Baby - True Story (Freestyle)
8.Murdah Baby - Wave Gawd (Freestyle)
9.Murdah Baby - We Made It Prod By Omi400
10.Murdah Baby - Zooted (Freestyle)
11.Murdah Baby ft Amigo Money - Just Another
12.Murdah Baby ft Maxpayne Shawty - Bang
Sunday, September 8
Rich Quick is back with a new video for "Say U Love Me" off his EP "Sad Songz" on Ben Frank Recordings. Produced by production duo STREECE™ which is comprised of producers Stress the White Boy and Chuck Treece. "Say U Love Me" is about the women that have been in and out of my life." explains Rich. This track is a declaration about dating in the world of Rich Quick and how his love for music comes above all else and with great sacrifice.
"Say U Love Me" prod by STREECE™ (STRESS™ & Chuck Treece) at ChopShop Studios.
"Say U Love Me" video was shot, directed, and edited by Joe Painter for SickFlix Films.
Labels: RICH QUICK
Friday, September 6
P’cise drops his latest offering which is a smoother track than the “In your Face” bars that we’re used to from the Queens Emcee P’Cise. With a dope hook and some great production, checkout his latest offering “Sky High.”
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01. SL Jones – Thas My Word (3:50)
02. SL Jones – Big Bank (No Ones) (2:51)
03. SL Jones – Deuces N Treys (3:28)
04. SL Jones – Don’t Want Nan (Feat. Trouble & Starlito) (3:39)
05. SL Jones – What They Saying (Feat. Mibbs Of Pac Div) (3:05)
06. SL Jones – Jonesy (2:58)
07. SL Jones – Been A While (2:52)
08. SL Jones – Facts Of Life (2:41)
09. SL Jones – Below The Surface (Feat. Jade Jones) (3:32)
10. SL Jones – Hard To Behave (2:55)
11. SL Jones – America’s Nightmare (Feat. Kevin Gates & Killer Mike) (4:22)
12. SL Jones – Down 4 Me (4:26)
13. SL Jones – My Dawgs (3:23)
01. Chirps [Prod. By Big Duke] (3:18)
02. Extra Grams (Feat. Mafia Double Dee & Peechie Green) [Prod. By Helluva] (5:03)
03. Turn It Down (Feat. Kevo Da Kid) [Prod. By D. Smith] (4:29)
04. Hit On My Bitch (Feat. PRG Poppa) [Prod. By Antt Beatz] (4:09)
05. Books (Feat. Kook The Kashcow) [Prod. By Dre Butterz] (3:27)
06. Michigan U’s (Feat. Dusty McFly & Forty Da Great) [Prod. By D. Elliott] (4:47)
07. I Took It (Feat. J’Oneal & Bo Skeet) [Prod. By J'Oneal] (4:22)
08. Church’s Chicken (Feat. GT) [Prod. By Trill] (3:11)
09. Wrist Breit (Feat. YB & Billion) [Prod. By Lifted] (4:25)
10. Any Block (Feat. Peechie Green & Kevo Da Kid) [Prod. By Ke On The Track] (4:00)
11. I’m Famous (Feat. Game Time Mafia) [Prod. By Radio Gold] (4:23)
12. What Else (Feat. 3D & Yank Jones) [Prod. By Real G's] (4:38)
13. Sky Scrapping (Feat. Mafia Double Dee & Peechie Green) [Prod. By Antt Beatz] (4:52)
14. 1st 1 Up (Feat. Soll Badd, Peechie Green & Joe Boom) [Prod. By Infinity] (3:49)
15. Deja Vu (Feat. Dingo A. Young & Spitz [Prod. By A1] (4:04)
16. Break It Down (Feat. Poppy Bricks) [Prod. By Mannchyld] (3:38)
17. Trippy Snacks (Feat. Hatt Squad) [Prod. By Trill] (3:47)
Labels: Boldy James
Thursday, September 5
"I am not a role model , I'm a rapper and a hustler" these are the words of Brooklyn emcee Arlis Michales and the moniker of his new mixtape Don't Watch Me, Watch Your M*therfuckin Kids. Arlis has finally dropped his long awaited mixtape that tells the story of his hustle, the struggles and his zero tolerance for weak minded dudes and goal digging females. With stand out sinles like "B.A.D", "Me & Your BM feat Young Pretty". "Christopher Walken feat Prince Sahmel" and "Ain't No Tellin." Arlis has already started quite the buzz on the internet. Now Arlis drops his full project and shares with fans and media outlets alike the heat he's been sitting on all summer.
Tuesday, September 3
Oveous shows that he's more than just the dope poet from "Def Poetry Jam." This is what OVEOUS has to say about his latest song: "It's a great time in Hip Hop for the lyricist. The things I say on this track needed to be said. Needed to be heard. Black Avocado is the voice of a young Afro-caribbean Kid or the African American male who struggles to be accepted by white america. In the song's cover art we see a blind woman touching the face of an African American man (Sidney Poitier). To me this is the representation of how some Americans deal with people of color. They buy the movie, sports, and concert tickets, but when the lights go out, its back to being a blind nation. When will we open our eyes?
Me and my homie Thosh Collins were listening to Black Milk's "When The Sky Falls" and noticed a one bar loop at the end of the song that we just couldn't ignore. So Thosh added the bassline and I let the Lion loose on the mic. What you have hear speaks for itself. #OVEOUS #BLACKAVOCADO"
Georgia Reign is releasing the interlude to her forthcoming project Naked. "Wet" is a seductive ode to the man who knows how to take care of her body like no one else. Georgia's sultry alto slides over the alluring track produced by Jay Cornell.