MP3: Lo Keys f/ Killa Kyleon & LiveSosa - "All Night" (prod. Supa Mario)
Premiered By Sherman Of UHTN Lo Keys Hooks Up With Killa Kyleon & LiveSosa For A Cut Entitled "All Night"Off His Upcoming Mixtape "American Greed" (Scams, Schemes, and Broken Dreams) Dropping July 6th 2012 Hosted By Big Mike & Dj Woogie.
So frequently do Ivy League schools profess to nurture the most creative minds of the day, but the real treasures of hallowed halls, and the ones far less heralded, are the students who’ve broken from the shackles of academia to forge their own paths to victory. Max Burgundy is one such hero and also one of an infinitely smaller fragment, an Ivy alum who can rap his ass off.
If you've been keeping up with the Skelethon series, Aesop and Whiskers have had quite an adventure. In the 4th episode they're finally home and we realize that Whiskers may not be alone. Skelethon drops July 10th on Rhymesayers.
R.A. The Rugged Man Gets Kicked Off Southwest Flight
Southwest Airlines is at it again. The airline that infamously kicked film director Kevin Smith off one of it's planes for being too fat has now booted rapper R.A. The Rugged Man for wearing the wrong T-Shirt. R.A. was flying home from Kentucky earlier today, and boarded the plane wearing a shirt with the title of one of his most famous songs, "Every Record Label Sucks Dick." R.A. recounts his experience:
"Man, I was coming home from shooting a music video in Kentucky and this old angry lady who worked for Southwest confronted me about the shirt I had on underneath my jacket. I didnt even remember what shirt I had on. After another crew member boarded me on the plane, the angry lady ran back like, 'Sir, get off this plane with that disgusting shirt.' I thought it was a fucking joke...then she threatened to get security. I kept my cool, didnt curse or anything, but she still called security. She said 'You will not be flying on Southwest with such a horrible shirt.' I said 'No problem, i'll zip up my jacket.' And she was like 'NO, it has to come off.' So I took off the shirt, thinking I'd just wear my jacket...but they started freaking out, saying 'You can't undress in here!' After that she said 'You can't fly with us.' So I left...I don't give a fuck, I got my rhyme book, I'm about to go catch the Amtrack and write a little bit on the road home. It makes these people with shit jobs feel good that they have some kind of authority over people in society. Like the cornball bouncers at clubs...they're not shit, can't let them bother you."
R.A. is currently en route to New York via Amtrak.
Creative Juices Music & Doxside Music Group present “Quarantine”, the latest project by cRITICAL one half of the inebriated rap duo Critical Madness. After the leakage of his Clinical Studies mixtape was unleashed to the masses, he took refuge underground with fellow Ozone veteran producer, Tzarizm to experiment on some new groundbreaking material.
PR: From Bestselling Author to Hip Hop Artist, Joy Deja King Premieres Single “I’m The Bomb” feat. Ca$h Out
National Bestselling Author, Joy Deja King, also known as the Literary Sweetheart, is taking her writing skills and delving into the world of hip hop. With a strong passion for music and over 100k views in just 1 month on YouTube her fans are sticking by her side no matter what. Ms. King continues, “In my music, I want to entertain. Just like in my books my music is geared toward women.”
King is releasing her first single “I’m The Bomb” featuring Epic Records recording artist Ca$h Out. The bossy anthem lays down a sexy beat that any modern woman that's doing her thing can appreciate.
Here is a special behind the scenes directors cut of the soon to be released music video, highlighting the dynamic King and Ca$h Out duo in “I’m The Bomb.” King’s upcoming mixtape, entitled Boss Bitch Music also featuring Raven Carter set to release in July, fans are in for a sassy treat.
Recently (PRJCTS) released a new music video to their track entitled "Standing in the Mirror". A funky soul-pop track about having a blast and enjoying life to the fullest. The video is directed by LA filmmaker Pablo Balderas, capturing the essence of the city and their local community of artists. Their new EP drops next month.