Tag Archives: hip hop

Lee Ricks, BigBob and crew tear thru the dark city streets of Toronto for the Reggae infused “Bad Man” visual – @LeeRicks_TRPLR @BigBobPattison

Lee Ricks releases the brand new music video for the single “Bad Man”, from the forthcoming EP, “Beats For Breakfast”. The city of Toronto gives this track life as the perfect backdrop. Intense urban imagery sets off the enigmatic energy and melodic sound that LR’s lyricism rides on. Director, Creature Vision’s gifted eyes, gives a dramatic artful direction truthfully displaying …

Read More »

In their latest video for “Stahfallah”, Smif N Wessun prove that the same Bucktown blood still runs thru their o.g. gun clapper veins – @Smifnwessun

Today, to celebrate the release of The All, Smif N Wessun lets go of a new visual for “Stahfallah.” Brooklyn-bred hip-hop duo Smif N Wessun– consisting of partners in rhyme, Steele and Tek, are OG and staple members of the Duck Down Records and Boot Camp Clik family recently (1-10) celebrated the 23rd anniversary of their classic debut effort Dah …

Read More »

The Windy City is the focal point of James Gardin’s fly and breezy “Chitown Boogie” –

James Gardin

Just like the cold blasts that are synonymous with the Windy City, James Gardin once again breezes through in the form of a welcome and life-sized juxtaposition and drops this warm and catchy ditty, Chitown Boogie. This fresh new single finds The World’s Most Encouraging Rapper linking up once again with his frequent collaborator, TheyCallMeHeat, to wax lyrical about the …

Read More »

Times up for game playing as AWAR smacks a video behind the CyHi The Prince assisted “Rolex Time” – @AWAR @CyhiThePrynce @NottzRaw

After dropping a gem of an albu, “Spoils of War” back in October; which included guests such as Jadakiss, Styles P, Scarface and Anthony Hamilton, as well as production from Alchemist, Jake One, Lord Finesse, Showbiz, Statik Selektah, Vanderslice and more; AWAR offers up a slick visual to remind the listener that every second counts on “Rolex Time”. The CyHi …

Read More »

Midwest emcee Garrison Elijaah tells the tale of society’s plight for the almighty dollar on “Money Addiction” – @GarrisonElijaah

Garrison Elijaah

Returning with a “Money Addiction”, Minnesota artist Garrison Elijaah drops his first record since his last six track EP, “Not Today, Satan”. Garrison is painting a vivid picture from the outside looking in, A true yet soul touching story over the bounce heavy production by ”Aaron May” this time around. Speaking about the struggles of a man with major ambition …

Read More »

A1 re-works Kanye West’s “Real Friends” instrumental and proceeds to drop jewels, pay attention – @WhooisA1

A1, an upcoming music artist from Brooklyn, NY, took to YouTube on 2-11-19 to present his “Real Friends (Remix)”. Following a slightly similar suit as Kanye West did, he dives deeper into the psyche and speaks on self revelations while dropping lessons for listener’s ears. The freestyle appeared on the second installment of his mixtape series entitled #A1MONDAYS. Watch the …

Read More »

Texas bred artist Yung B.E. delivers the Cleon ‘3Bubble’ Solomon featured “Black America” just in time for Black History Month

Yung B.E.

Hailing from Houston, Texas, Live From The Pentagon Entertainment recruit Yung B.E. drops his latest track entitled “Black America”. Boasting a heavy-funk bass line, “Black America” reflects the current climate of race relations in America regarding black people and people of color. The song also features fellow Texas rapper Cleon ‘3Bubble’ Solomon who, together with Justin ‘J.Gray’ Gray, produced a …

Read More »

The Hashassins try to figure out where life went awry on the Shepard produced, “Misunderstood” – @TheHashassins @shepardsounds

Hashassins

The Hashassins, a hip-hop duo from Westfield, MA, team with producer Shepard for their latest release, “Misunderstood”. The song centers around coming to the realization that what was once thought to be understood in actuality is the opposite. Available on Spotify, follow the pair as they go through the motions of trying to figure out where things went left.

Read More »