In a city of over 8 million people, it is impossible to walk the streets without running into interesting New Yorkers with unique relationships to the city. Whether it is Don Ward, the best shoe-shiner in Manhattan or Te’Devan the 6’7″ Nomadic-Jewish-Healing-Freestyler. Everyone has a story that is worth hearing, but unfortunately most of them […]
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NYC’s Otis Clapp just performed in front of a near sell-out crowd at Gramercy Theatre with his homie YC The Cynic, recently, and has also now released his new project, ‘#ATB’. Peep the new video steez.
Another dope cut off Germany’s Snowgoon’s new record, ‘Black Snow 2′, featuring our favorite Netherlands representatives – Dope D.O.D.! Black Snow 2 by Snowgoons
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
From starter jackets to Air Force 1′s, fashion trends are a dime a dozen in the world of Hip-Hop. Though styles and influence may change, one thing is for sure: you’ll never catch Illa Ghee in a pair of skinny jeans. On the hunt for trend setters with a certain penchant for swag rap, “Salute […]
California artist Rey Resurreccion begins the new year with this short but powerful visual, originally made in 2012 after touring with Hieroglyphics and Bambu, titled “Quarter Life”. Over a laid back jazz sample, Rey Res spits about his struggles and life ambitions. Shot by JRG Photography and edited by Sweet Tooth Tony. Check it out.
“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”.
The anniversary of Dope Fantasy’s “Real Hip Hop” single is approaching so we’re revisiting the single before releasing new material. The audio premiered a year ago, while the visuals for the song was released shortly after. Doing exceptionally well on popular blog sites such as Kevin Nottingham, revisiting the single prepares the Chicago-based group’s growing […]
Here’s a little something that I thought had some heart. Presented to you by the Grace & Peace Records crew out of Florida.
After Zak Downtown dropped off Don’t Blow My High back in March, we didn’t hear a peep from him for the rest of 2013. But that doesn’t mean the NYC rhymesayer’s been slacking off in the meantime. Just the opposite: in his own words, he spent the summer and fall “recording mixtape material, shooting videos […]