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Video: Mushi - The Plan


Video: Mushi - The Plan

Video produced by S.O.A.P
Music by Mushi and Produced by ArrabMuzick

I want to thank everyone who's showing and keeping the love. Most of all I want to thank S.O.A.P for putting this video together.

Video: @CymarshallLaw - "Just to Get a Rep"


Video: Cymarshall Law - "Just to Get a Rep"

Courtesy Cy Law.

BRAND NEW VIDEO FROM CYMARSHALL LAW - JUST TO GET A REP - FROM HIS UPCOMING DJ PREMIER TRIBUTE MIX CD

Video: @ChillMoody "Mathematics" (@ReddPenMedia @AGCollective)


Video: Chill Moody "Mathematics"

Courtesy Matt B.

After last weeks release of his "RFM" album, which included iTunes front page placement as well as cracking the Top 100 on the Hip-Hop album charts, Philly native Chill Moody delivers a video to his "Mathematics" freestyle; going in over the classic Mos Def track.

Mixtape: Brown Bag AllStars - 10x (@BrownBagAllStar)


Mixtape: Brown Bag AllStars - 10x

Courtesy BBAS.

For the second installment of HHF's 10x mixtapes I decided to get in touch with rap group Brown Bag AllStars. I've been a fan of these guys since '08 or '09. Since I'm a huge battle fan, I was familiar with Soul Khan first, but soon found out about the qualities of the entire group. This project contains tracks from several group & individual projects. If you like what you hear, make sure to check out their already extensive catalog. S/O to the whole BBAS for the permission and to SamGrafix for a huge part of the artwork. Enjoy!



Tracklist
01. Brown Bag AllStars - Make Way (Remix) (prod. J57)
02. Soul Khan - Soul Like Khan (prod. J57)
03. Brown Bag AllStars - Does It (prod. Marink)
04. Union ft. The Audible Doctor & eLZhi - Wings (Remix) (prod. The Audible Doctor)
05. Brown Bag AllStars - Got It All (prod. Dyllemma)
06. DeeJay Element ft. J57 & Koncept - Sound Familiar (prod. DeeJay Element)
07. J57 ft. Skyzoo - Lights Out (prod. J57)
08. The Audible Doctor - Baby Momma (prod. Marink)
09. Soul Khan ft. Akie Bermiss - Fahrenheit (prod. Marink)
10. Brown Bag AllStars - Crumbling Down (prod. Mr. Green)
Audio: KAZE f/ Amanda Berrino - "Searching" (prod. @MPhazes) @DiamondMedia360


Audio: KAZE f/ Amanda Berrino - "Searching" (prod. M-Phazes)

Courtesy DM360.

North Carolina native KAZE looks to create buzz for his forthcoming mixtape, Black Kennedy, with a strong vocal performance, which acts as a quest for answers to some life’s most difficult, perplexing riddles. Supporting KAZE in his efforts are producer M-Phazes, who assembles a clean beat, riddled with speedy vocal samples that compliment KAZE’s stalwart, powerful flow and singer Amanda Barrino, who contributes rousing vocals to this honest, relatable song.

Audio: @NationRuckus - The Ruckus f/ @TheRealSonReal


Audio: Nation Ruckus (Montreal) - The Ruckus f/ SonReal

Courtesy N.R.

Nation Ruckus has released its new audio single, "The Ruckus” Featuring Vancouver's prodigy SonReal. Nation Ruckus is one of the hottest Montreal-based hip-hop collective. With their unique take on classic beats, with inspirations ranging from Beastie Boys, The Roots, and Outkast, the group has built a unique alternative blend of clever rhymes and hard-hitting grooves.

Audio: @DOEBoyPhilly "Overdose" (@MacMediaPromo)


Audio: D.O.E.Boy Philly "Overdose"

Courtesy Matt B.

From the city of Philly, emcee/producer D.O.E. Boy Philly preps the release of his self-produced, Deuce & A Quarter Sh!t project. Today, D.O.E. releases "Overdose" which is the first single off of the forthcoming project.

Master P & Louie V Mob: The Best In The Business With Street Music (@SteveRaze)


Master P & Louie V Mob: The Best In The Business With Street Music

Courtesy Steve Raze.

Master P ran the Hip-Hop industry in the 90′s and refined No Limit Forever in 2013 as the hottest record label in Street Music today. AL CAPONE – The BOSS of ALL BOSSES, reloads The Tank and takes over the game once again with his henchmen aka THE BIG THREE: MASTER P the OG from New Orleans, ALLEY BOY the Hitman from Atlanta, and FAT TREL the Spitter from D.C. together make up the super group LOUIE V MOB delivering REAL street music, banging tracks and keeping their music videos authentic and in the ghetto. They’ve created a lane for organic street music and have begun the revolution with NO LIMIT FOREVER.

Video: @ShatiffDMV - "WoodSide" (dir. @JayGregory202)


Video: Shatiff - "WoodSide" (dir. Jay Gregory)

Courtesy Langston S.

Washington, DC-born Steven “SHATiFF” Jenkins moved from Glenarden, MD to Clinton, South Carolina as a youth, and took his principles of allegiance and loyalty with him, tagging himself as an authentic human being before even making the declaration as an artist. After moving to South Carolina, his crew evolved into a collective known as the Universal Souljahz. It was with this group of young men where SHATiFF sharpened and whittled his skills as an artist, living and breathing the cyphers that they kept in motion.



In 2004, SHATiFF returned to the DMV scene with an agenda to fulfill his musical enterprise. Rooted in reality, the neo-righteous emcee made an impression on several heavy-hitters in the nations capital music scene including Studio 43 CEO Kenny Burns; Tabi Bonney’s manager Backie Thomas; by producing relevant music that shows his camaraderie and continued development in the underground music circuit. Having collaborated with entities like JUDAH the Producer, 1st Impressions Studios, and Marky (Universal/ SRC) to give life to music through a brand entitled AuthentiCore; The Grit of the Grind, this authentic hip-hop brand has shared its products with music lovers across the board, remaining authentic to the core.
Video: @TrinidadJamesGG "All Gold Everything" @ All Star Weekend (@JozayGuapo)


Video: Trinidad James "All Gold Everything" @ All Star Weekend

Courtesy Fly Times Daily.

Newly signed Def Jam recording artist, Trinidad James has been picking up quite the buzz since the release of his smash single, "All Gold Everything" late last year. When James stopped through Club Detention in H-Town during All Star Weekend, FlyTimesDaily's cameras were rolling to catch all the excitement on camera. Press play above to check it out, America. Don't believe me? Just watch!


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