Meet C.D.P Green, big uncle of Fleeta Partee… Due to the issue of drugs (DIRTYRUGZ) within the family unit, and dreams of being a rap star, the down and out Mr. Green still uses drugs and alcohol as a crutch on his skewed path to would-be stardom, and in the end winds up in a state of vagrancy. Watch as C.D. P Green gives you tips on hygiene in this visual release of Fleeta Partee’s “HYGIENE 101”!
Audio: Sirplus f/ Chino XL & M-Eighty "Loving You"
Courtesy Matt B.
Irish emcee, Sirplus, is prepping his debut LP, Rhymthmic Irish Poetry, which will be released on 11-26-2013 courtesy of RBC Records. Sirplus garnered a great deal of press for his 2012 single release, "Thousand Volts Zappin," and his debut features an impeccable lineup of guest artists and features including Kurupt, J. French, Warren G, and legendary spitter Chino XL who guests on the first leak from the project.
The EP is a project that Cryptic has long wanted to tackle, working with exclusively sample based production that he would never in a million years be able to clear. Cryptic found the prog inspired goodness and set out to reinterpret these sounds by dropping his worldview over them.
The first official video from the JSP off the upcoming mixtape "Magnanimous". "I'm On It" is just the beginning of a wild ride this collection of music will take you on. Featuring the White Biker/Hustler Ceno with production by Cash Moneys own I.N.F.O., this video is sure to be entertaining to both the eyes and ears.
Video: SL Jones - "Been A While" (Prod. By Metro Boomin)
Courtesy Audible Treats.
Today, SL Jones has released the video for "Been A While," the second single from his recent, Don Cannon-hosted mixtape, Way Of Life No Hobby. The single, as with the rest of Way Of Life, was produced by Metro Boomin. The new video comes on the heels of Jones' previous video, for lead single "Big Bank (No Ones)," and that song continues to pick up steam for the young rapper - the song is receiving spins on Atlanta's 94.5FM; the video has being added into rotation on MTV Networks; a remix is in the works.
"The Music Biz" Game Officially Releases On iOS & Android!! Chuck Strangers, Alchemist, Kardinal Offishall & More!
Courtesy Breaking Ground.
The Music Biz is an interactive mobile game app that was launched earlier this year from award- winning film and gaming producers Hungry Eyes Film & Television and XMG Studios Inc. The initial launch in January 2013 culminated with The Music Biz soaring to the top of iTunes' free music app charts and netting over 50,000 downloads worldwide in its first month on the market. The game is a digital reinvention of the contemporary hip hop music industry, players are challenged to create their own label, sign artists and even create music for release! The Music Biz has just officially launched its second iteration (update) for iOS and Android with a huge new roster of real life artists and producers!
The real allure of The Music Biz is the inclusion of real life hip hop artists, producers and brands into the game itself, bringing an authentic and totally original feel to the platform. With the new update we now have over 20 producers and artists supplying music for the game, including;
Alchemist (Eminem's tour DJ, legendary producer),
Chuck Strangers (Of Pro Era, producer for Joey Bada$$),
Mr. Porter (Of D12),
Madchild (Of Swollen Members),
Chicago mashup heroes The Hood Internet have lent their production chops to "Make-Out King", the newest track from Windy City rapper ShowYouSuck. Teaming up behind the boards with Javelin, STV SLV and ABX bring the triumphant synth to the track's tour de force of car make-out sessions. "Make-Out King" is coming via the rapper's debut EP, Dude Bro, out 11/26 on Closed Sessions, check below.
Audio: Illmaculate ft. Bigg K - "Know My Name" (prod. Chase Moore)
With their recent KOTD battle already being called an instant classic (The Source magazine covered it in their article "Is Bigg K vs Illmaculate 2013's best battle?"), Illmaculate and Bigg K collaborate and prove they are just as capable of dominating on wax. The two emcees demonstrate their skills over a fiery Chase Moore beat and the message is driven home with a lyric video courtesy of Kyle Gray (for Kyle Gray Visuals).