Thursday, December 5
First we gave you the audio for Monet's new freestyle "Dead President's" now checkout the visual …
Growing up in the streets of Brooklyn can be a tricky thing. Depending on what part of Brooklyn on resides in, making it home safely on daily basis is daunting task. This is why Hollywood Ric is poised to win, as he's winning in life just by being able to make his way through the NYC concrete jungle. With his latest visual NY Times Hollywood Ric talks about his trials and tribulations while striving to becoming a successful artist, while navigating through the tough NYC Streets. This gritty visual showcases the random violence that can happen at any given moment in the Brooklyn streets. It's not pretty but, it is what it is! This visual was directed by Richenzo Faison (Visual Stimulation) and gives you a glimpse into the world of Hollywood Ric. Checkout NY Times and see why "Growing Up In The NY Times Side, Where Staying Alive Is No Jive"
It is the perfect time of the year to bring out something smooth and sensual. EHRIE must of gotten the letter because their latest record, Dream, is the perfect combination of old school smooth and sensual R&B. EHRIE takes you through the steps of realization when you want to be with someone, and you have to make them yours exclusively. EHRIE falls hard and it is time to make their Dream of being with this person a reality. Listen to this classic in the making love song below.
While we wait for Keem’s mixtape "Once Upon A Time In Pimerica" to drop, I Want It All has leaked. This track, produced by K.E., will have you bopping your head the entire time. Keem’s flow is undeniably great as he spits about knowing what he already has but wanting more. He wants to be in categories with the greats such as Michael Jordan, Kobe, and Lebron. He is not settling for just being hot, he wants to be the hottest. Check out I Want It All below.
When your name stands for "Big Pockets" there is no way for anything you do to be "Low Budget." Produced by Selasi, Southern rapper BP is calling out all the dudes who think they are ballin' but truly have nothing going on.
BP has released a string of underground classics, Country Money 1, 2, and 3, all hosted by the infamous DJ Scream and Country Money 4 hosted by Black Bill Gates. BP Da Realist is currently working on Country Money 5 produced by Atlanta top producer Zaytoven. Featured artist include Rocko, Doe B, Young Scooter, and Young Ralph to name a few.
"Low Budget" is on Country Money 5 set to be released in January 2014.
Got this from my good friend TheMaguire, def check out her radio show WPRK 91.5fm in Orlando. She runs the northern part of that state and she is a pro when it comes to marketing talent with The Council. Read up. Here's a new talent she is working with right now named Rob Campman.He will be opening up for Pusha T at a few dates in FL. Make sure you can peep him and throw up your hoodie for Trayvon while you out there.