Audio: LDontheCut f/ Supernatural - "Salute To The Breaks"
Hip Hop producer LDontheCut & freestyle legend Supernatural team up to bring you this feel good, ode to hip hop music and culture with Salute To The Breaks. The 3rd single off of LD's debut album Patiently Anxious available on Technicali Sound in November of 2013.
Video: Tony Del Freshco - Issues III (Houston, TX)
With Tony Del Freshco's latest project #RedOctober just a few weeks away, his latest visual is here to showcase his growth of entertainment and maturity. Take a break and gauge a better prospective of what growth externally can lead to internally between two people as progression is made musically. With visual direction from RevMonroe, quality and vintage meet to present something fresh once again from the Bless The Fresh camp.
"814" is featured on Ave. Amen's new mixtape titled "LOST", which dropped on September 3rd via LegendMixtapes.com. "814" is a song created around the energy of the Central Pa. hip hop scene in which Ave makes a firm statement about his position using a "Platinum Sellers" beat as the canvas.
Video: Fresh Kils - More Than Meets the Eye (Transformers)
Fresh Kils (@FreshKils) proves he's more than meets the eye! This is his protest MPC to what Michael Bay has done to the Transformers universe. Subscribe to TheRapReviews for more videos and interviews!
Video: Dr. Dre f/ Snoop Dogg - Still D.R.E. (Sean-Toure Remix)
Courtesy Wanja Lange.
Anything to emerge from the Sean-Toure’ camp is usually worthy of attention. Back again with one of the most original album concepts of the year is the Baltimore Producer/Emcee and Oakland Film Editor/Producer Todd “Big La” Kelley. The duo released a new remix video single -- yes, another one -- late Tuesday evening on Todd’s vimeo page. Sean and Todd have released a new remix video every week since the 1st week of September 2013.
FowL recently linked up with fellow Michigan native Tay Rhodes in East Lansing to record this track and you can tell a competitive spirit was in the air because both artists brought the heat on "7th Letter G".