DJ Whoo Kid KRSP x Flat Fitty Co-Brands are Here! HypeBeast Snaps FTFY Offices in Cali!
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Tastemaker site HYPEBEAST visited the Flat Fitty offices earlier this month, and the result was a stunning photo tour of the new facility in Carlsbad, California! Take a look at the adventure in "Spaces" here.
Flat Fitty and DJ Whoo Kid are starting out with a bang in 2014 with two new KRSP co-branded caps! The KRSP Tiger makes an aggressive appearance in black, brilliant orange and grey; and you can keep your style cold with the beLIEve design in black and red!
Audio: DJ Buddy Holly - First Known Controllerism DJ Set
Hip Hop music with a Rock music twist! Ladies and gentlemen, and especially DJs, iTunes has now made the First Known Controllerism DJ Set available. It's on iTunes for $9.99 but you can download this historic moment from 2002 for FREE.
Phenom releases a new visual today for "Money Make The World Go Round", a cut off his newest mixtape "Boy Meets World". The video was directed by Stereo Breed Media. Check out the new video below and download the mixtape here.
Turkey Soccer Star Makes Album With Drake's Producer
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Born in Africa, raised in Canada, and living in Turkey, superstar soccer player Tam Nsaliwa was a member of Canada’s national team and has even played for two World Cup Champions. But he's also scoring points in the rap game. In his debut mixtape he teamed up with DJ Green Lantern and now he is working with Snaz who is known for his work with Busta Rhymes, DMX, and Drake.
Hot Peez is feeling like The Million Dollar Man on his new track properly titled "DiBiase." "DiBiase" finds Peez boasting about having life's small necessities bills paid, gas tank half full and a fresh outfit when things could be worse. "Life ain't perfect but it could be worse, so if you treat it like it's worthless then you don't deserve it." 8585 is available now on DatPiff.
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 and starting his first EP.” With that preparatory work under his belt, he’s ready to do it bigger than ever in the new year, and promo single City’s Ours is an appropriately grand prelude to his 2014.
Recently I recorded my follow up album "Ripple Effect" which is on a Pay What You Can system. I really want the fans to be able to enjoy my music and do what I can to give back to the fans as they are the ones who listen to the sounds of Hip Hop and spend their hard earned money on our albums and shows.