With L’Orange & Stik Figa’s new album The City Under The City less than two weeks away, today we are pleased to bring you the first visuals for the project. Set in the steel remains of a burnt out building, Stik Figa weaves his way in and out between worlds of smokey grey and rich color.
Who said Hyphy was dead?? This track will slap in any mix or set you inject it in! Polar goes in wit Mistah Fab & Clyde Carson on this one! If you don't have this in ya mix GET IT!!!! It WILL keep the crowd GOIN! #ALRIGHT!
Los Angeles, CA - Serial-Killer: “a person who attacks and kills victims one by one in a series of incidents.” When B-Real, the front-man of the legendary hip hup Cypress Hill conceptualized his next group effort, he envisioned putting together a team of emcees with the sole purpose of murdering every track and any competition. The first member he reached out to was fellow West Coast legend Xzibit, known for his brash vocals and hard hitting lyrics. At the time the two artists were sharing a studio in Los Angeles and were both working with an up and coming emcee by the name of Demrick (formerly known as Young De). While working in the studio the three began collaborating on songs and as Xzibit stated in a recent interview “It was organic and took a natural progression.”
When interviewed in March of 2010 Demrick hinted to the fact that with everyone's schedules it would be some time before hearing a completed Serial Killers project. The three remained close, continued to work and tour, both independently and together. Recently B-Real and Xzibit sat down to speak about the project and said that they were both excited that it's finally complete. With a release date set for Halloween, October 31st, the two went on to say that they were confident with the body of work and that it would surprise new and old fans alike.
With over two decades of hip hop experience, 25 million plus records sold and a worldwide fan-base, B-Real and Xzibit combined their skill and energy along with Demrick's fresh outlook to create an aggressive sound which can only be described by the definition of their name: Serial Killers!
For the first visual, B-Real, Xzibit & Demrick collaborated with Director Matt Alonzo to shoot "First 48". BREAL.TV was on set and here is a BTS look at the video.
Video: Wyld Bunch f/ Hannibal Stax - "I Do Not Fail"
From Wyld Bunch's EP UNBREAKABLE produced by DJ Brans, also featuring: Roc Marciano, Guilty Simpson, Masta Ace, Torae, Raf Almighty (of Dirt Platoon), DJ Djaz and of course Hannibal Stax. Video directed by THE GREAT Eric D!!!
Debut single by Alexandria, Louisiana native "Vic" Smith. Trakksound's artist, Isaac Reid delivers some assistance making the Texas-Louisiana connection. Produced by Isaac Reid. Vic's debut project coming soon.
My name is Terran Bailey (T.Bailey), came from Chicago, IL (US) now I'm a college student residing in California. I know a lot of people wanna pursue music, and it's a tough industry but I believe it can happen. Just have to have the means to do it, the culture, background, and most important the sound (talent, lyrics, etc).
Audio: Sgt. Over f/ Sadat X & Just Putt "Smiling Faces"
Courtesy Matt B.
Sgt. Over’s forthcoming FreEP, “School Of Hard Knoxx," displays the lyrical prowess Sarge is known for as well as his ability to deliver a bigger and bolder sound. With the help of Sadat X, Sarge is putting people on notice that he's here to raise the lyrical bar.
18-year-old London MC, Shane Chubbz is here with his newest visuals as he prepares for the release of his upcoming project ’95 And Forever, which is due out by the end of the year. The second half of the visual features “Where I’m From” featuring DAP and Stan, which will also be found on his tape. Directed by Maybach Music Group’s Jon J.
Rich Quick releases a new collaboration with Philly legends Jakk Frost (chart topping single Crash Da Party Ft Freeway, tours with Jake One, Brother Ali, Redman and Method Man) and Chuck Treece (Billy Joel, The Roots, Tyga) produced by STREECE™ with cuts by STRESS™ (Gym Class Heroes, Ghostface Killah, Lil Wayne, Tyga, Freddy Madball, Peedi Crakk, and Good Charlotte).
Click play on Hot's album and you instantly get sucked into the Bay Area's movement with hard hitting baselines felt throughout the album and especially on his single "Do My Stuff!" By the time you get to song three which features E-40, Bay Area fans are for sure going dumb while turning the volume up to FTP which stands for 'Fuck This Pussy'.