Video: Scavie Scoobs f/ Element Rhymes - "Yola King"
Courtesy Aaron U.
What's going on? Once again we are back with another epic visual treatment for the Scavie Scoobs track, Yola King. This is the third visual from the new Scavie Scoobs EP Yola King, which will be released via Custom Made Recordings. Yola King is an eight track collaborative project between Scavie Scoobs and producer Finesse. The title track to the EP features fellow Custom Made member Element Rhymes.
Roach Gigz's newest track "Vertigo" may leave your head spinning. The Bay Area lyricist lets loose a dizzying verbal barrage as the iconic Golden Gate Bridge morphs and melds behind his calmly braggadocious flow. Roach recognizes the bridge's iconic status, and muses that it is representative of the Bay Area's place in hip-hop: "The Golden Gate Bridge is the most well known symbol of the Bay Area there is. So shooting my video in front of the bridge shows pride in what I represent and lets the world know that I'm not, and my region is not, going anywhere."
With Slum Village’s new forthcoming LP, Evolution, scheduled to be released on 6-25-2013, SV takes a break from touring to sit down and answer questions from fans in part 1 of there “Put It On The Line” vlog.
Audio: A.Dd+ - "Where You Been" Prod. By DJ Burn One
As we patiently wait for Dallas duo A.Dd+ to drop their new full length body of work "Dive Hi Fly Lo", the duo releases a new joint to hold us over entitled "Where You Been" that was produced by DJ Burn One, that was created during the duo's most recent trip to ATL. Lets just hope we get the full body of work much sooner than later.
Video: R.A. The Rugged Man + Tech N9ne + Krizz Kaliko
Courtesy Nature Sounds.
R.A. The Rugged Man's new album Legends Never Die not only debuted at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, it's also drawn universal acclaim as one of the best albums of the year. Now, R.A. is building on that momentum by unveiling the most highly-anticipated video off the album. "Holla-Loo-Yuh" features two iconic emcees uniting, as R.A. is joined by Tech N9ne, with fellow Strange Music emcee Krizz Kaliko on the hook. While R.A. and Tech have run in the same circles for over a decade, the all-out lyrical slaughter of "Holla-Loo-Yuh" marks their historic first-ever collaboration. Check out the video now. Legends Never Die is R.A.'s long-awaited new album, and also features appearances from the likes of Hopsin, Brother Ali, Talib Kweli, Vinnie Paz, Masta Ace, Sadat X, Eamon, and more. It's now available in stores everywhere.
Video: New Immortal Technique Interview - Maybe I'm a Samurai
I Don't Camouflage visited Immortal Technique (@techimmortal) at his studio in Soho, NYC to hear his take on I Don't Camouflage. In the part 1 of the video interview, he speaks on the purpose of camouflage, changes and camouflaged moments. In the part 2 of the video interview, he speaks on his global audience, what kinds of information should artists provide to their fans and breaks down Samurai vs. Ninja.
“Silverspring Crescent is actually the name of a street in the borough (Scarborough) where I am from (Toronto) so I named the LP that to show the world exactly who I am and where I come from” TONA states. “Music is a reflection of life and Rich and I have been working together for years now, so that chemistry and experiences come together on this LP.” Today, Tona releases a new video, “We Do,” from Silverspring Crescent which you can view here.
Video: NFL Star Thomas Jones Present Blow! Orlando Takeover
Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.
Watch as Blow introduces you to his movement, and rips through stage shows with his new single "All I Do Is Ball" featuring French Montana, which is currently Top 5 on both the Billboard Top Singles and R&B/Hip Hop Singles charts! Blow also performs a lyrical freestyle, showing that he has a lot more up his sleeve with his upcoming project FleXxin' Was tha Case!
Audio: David McCallum f/ Grimace Love - "The Return" (prod. Lancecape)
Courtesy Whole Wheat.
Lancecape got one of the craziest MC's he knows to rock on this. Grimace Love is a name you shall never forget. He went in and destroyed the beat. 36 bars of craziness. From top to bottom, Grimace Love flips his flow to accompany the rhythm. With a lyrical prowess that is not to be taken lightly. He is in a league of his own and nobody could have done justice to this beat the way Grimace Love did.