Rich Homie Quan, Omarion, Trey Songz, DJ Mustard, RZA, Gipp, Kid Red x Supper Club Tuesday's in Hollywood
Think It's A Game Entertainment (TIG), one of the industry's fastest rising independent music labels, introduced its artist and the hottest new rapper on the scene Rich Homie Quan, to L.A. with a star-studded soiree at Supperclub in Hollywood Tuesday night.
The Atlanta native and “Type of Way” breakout Hip-Hop star, was surrounded by the entire TIG family, spearheaded by label CEO FLY. His LA fans and celebrity guests included Trey Songz, Omarion, Kid Red, Wu Tang’s RZA, Goodie Mob’s Gipp and of course mega producer DJ Mustard!
The event was made possible by The Supreme Team, Echoing Soundz and Big Pope who created, developed and produced the nights activities in addition to the support of Beaucoup, PureAtlanta.com and Johnny’s Custom Jewelry.
As Rich Homie Quan continues to ride the huge wave of success from his hit single “Type of Way” and recently celebrated his birthday at a star-studded bash in Atlanta. Currently in the studio completing his next effort, Think It’s A Game Entertainment recently announced the mixtape will drop on November 26, 2013.
Audio: Knightstalker & Falling Down f/ Kinetic 9 & DJ Modesty - Jugular
"Jugular" is the name of the 3rd and final single taken from the Knightstalker & Falling Down's "Kept In Perspective" EP, set to drop Nov. 26th 2013. The song features Killarmy veteran Kinetic 9 aka Beretta 9 as well as one of France's finest DJs, DJ Modesty.
Leading up to his upcoming album release "King" (NEXT MONTH), Davon King teamed up with Ronin to create visuals for the last single from "Thoughts of an Analogical Thinker". "King" will give listeners a new outlook on Davon as a person, an artist and also show how much he's matured between projects.
Tony Del FreshCO - Reverend Ray Lewis (Remix) featuring #Neighborhood
Although it's November, Red October is still on the horizon. Tony Del FreshCO and his Neighborhood Collaborative present the Reverend Ray Lewis remix which is lead and produced by Zpac3boy, Rob B., and Neighborhood Dolo. Neighborhood and Bless The Fresh are working hand in hand to establish a solid sound of Houston on a national level.
Sadat X, Ed E. Ruger and Ty Bru on "No Suckaz Allowed"
Authenticity. Loyalty. Hustle. Whether you're the street solider or the self-established kingpin, these fundamentals are simply par for the course that separate the legends from the rookies. But if you think that's all it takes, you're dead wrong. With a meticulous work ethic and a slick rhyme scheme, Carolina emcees Ed. E Ruger & Ty Bru watch their status escalate on "No Suckaz Allowed."
The official campaign for Chris Crack's "Trill Withers" album has begun and with it comes the first official single from the highly anticipated project. "Where U Are" is Crack's testimony to the lifestyle brought about by his new-found fame. Crack & the entire New Deal Crew has been working tirelessly to assure that this album is a different sound and higher quality music than any other project listeners have heard in a while.
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”!