Wake up. Smoke! Here is the official video for Lil Wyte and JellyRoll's new smokers' anthem "Smoke & Get High" from their collaborative album No Filter! The project with 17 original songs just dropped via Phixieous Entertainment /Select-O-Hits.
20 years ago, four young emcees from Oakland came together as Souls of Mischief and released one of hip-hop's seminal masterworks, beginning the storied development of trailblazing hip-hop collective Hieroglyphics. As Souls of Mischief celebrates '93 Til Infinity's anniversary, the collective as a whole returns with their first joint project in ten years.
Belonging to the culturally rich city of New Orleans, Marty Mard and producer Ghazi Gamali took their talents from The Big Easy to the Big Apple-- SoHo, NYC-- for the visuals of their latest single, "Not Ordinary."
G and Q, together known as the Dallas-meets-Phoenix rap duo Full | REBEL | Jacket, premiered their self-directed video for their new track "27th" today. The song itself, which according to Q is "inspired by the mind state of individuals who have bills coming on the 1st but are short on the '27th'", is an abrasive and energetic track. To see the duo sporting classy, button-up shirts in an elegant restaurant setting is a somewhat unexpected visual to pair with the aggressive song, but Full | REBEL | Jacket pull it off effortlessly.
Audio: BURNTmd f/ Snoop Dogg, Pacewon & Mr. Green "Lock Me Up (Remix)"
Take a listen, and learn how the good doctor along with comrades Snoop Dogg and Pacewon watch the watchmen. The "Lock Me Up" remix co-produced by both Mr. Green and Point Blank is now available for free download, and will be available on BURNTmd's The Green Invasion album.
In the latest video off his album BLVD Backdrop, junclassic reps the Queens borough to the fullest! The video for "Rep Queens" features a "who's who" of Queens emcees from LL Cool J, Marley Marl, A Tribe Called Quest, and Onyx.
Oakland, California rap collective Hieroglyphics premiered the second visual off of their soon-to-be-released album The Kitchen today on Rolling Stone. The video for"It's Partly Me", a comical clip about doomed relationships, shows the group as characters from the 1970s. Hiero member Pep Love explains that the latest visual "is like a throwback concept to blaxploitation movies from the '70s...it's a funny video."
Massachusetts rapper Jaalid recently released his mixtape "Focus" and it has already received 10,000 downloads! Jaalid came onto the scene in the past year with his viral YouTube videos “Refugee” and “Blandita”. He was discovered by Liberty Music Group A&R Jon Duble.