FDot1 and Rediculus are back with a video for Chances off of their stellar debut Dedicated. Fdot1 gives us a view of his surroundings with this smooth self shot and directed visual. Dedicated by FDot1 and Rediculus
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“Recognize” is the latest single from the upcoming “Wyld Gentlemen” project from Crew54 & Dichter2 Productions. The Cuts on this joint were done by DJ Knexx. Crew54 came together with Germany’s Dichter2 Productions to create an international piece of dopeness. Check the video out below and grab your free copy of “Recognize”.
Here’s a little something that I thought had some heart. Presented to you by the Grace & Peace Records crew out of Florida.
When I was sent this I wasn’t too familiar with L.E.D., but I made sure to check it out and I liked it! Press play to enjoy this melodic tune. We hope you enjoy! https://www.facebook.com/OfficialLEDM… https://twitter.com/LEDOfficialSite http://www.youtube.com/user/elleyduhe…
Is New York facing an identity crisis? While other emcees are quick to point out their views on the NY scene and it’s cooled off status, Mic Handz and Jaz-O come bearing hope and are keen on bringing the heat back to the coast that birthed the genre. “Bright Lights,” with it’s inescapable head nodding, […]
Fresh off the success of his group mixtape, Serial Killers Vol. 1 with Xzibit and BReal and the release of his Statik Selektah produced single “Purple” featuring Mistah FAB, Demrick is back with a hard hitting lyrical track & video produced by DJ Overtone and directed by Nic Delikat. Youtube and Soundcloud links are below. Also, Demrick is gearing up to hit the road with fellow up n coming artist Futuristic, on […]
RJD2 has shared his second video from his newest album More Is Than Isn’t at Stereogum.com. The video captures the intrigue of the creative process by turning the fan-favorite track “Descended From Myth” into its own mechanical art exhibit. Watch here. Regarding the concept of the video, RJD2 explained, “Thom Glunt’s idea for “Descended From […]
This music video marks the third official video endeavor from the college radio chart topping album, Gettin’ Gatsby. Once again, Dominic Luongo was tapped as director (Sookie Sookie, Bootleg Bartenders) and filmed it at an historic New York centerpiece, the Pierce Arrow Complex in Buffalo. Gettin' Gatsby by Mad Dukez & Fresh Kils
While Chicago may be called Chiraq or Chigeria, Archie Bang laces up his Timbs everyday in Flatbush Vietnam where it’s best not to be on the streets after 11 o’clock. He and the Jack Boys look up at the Barclays lights for motivation while they live by the “coke lines, gun powder, stars and stripes.” […]
Second video off F. Virtue’s ‘We Are Not The Shame’ available digitally exclusively from Fake Four’s Bandcamp Page (http://fakefour.bandcamp.com/album/we…) and now as a new deluxe version with 3 extra songs for direct download (http://bit.ly/KAinsc)