Hungry for some "real 16's"? New York's Oscar O'Malley has got you covered. The debonair rapper takes us shopping after hours for some frames at a store most guys wouldn't mind shopping at, while kicking them dope rhymes. The first music video from one of Hot 97's Who's Next featured rappers showcases more flows than wardrobe changes in your average Hip-Hop video. Step into the NYC nightlife state of mind with Oscar's posse over a smooth, refined beat that will have your whole family nostalgic over that "certain look."
After a nearly four year hiatus, Earatik is now back with "Big Fire", a genuine Hip Hop banger produced by Phil Absurd and full length video shot and directed by Seth Savoy, that will remind fans what they've been missing over the past few years.
Video: Bobby Brackins - Clyde Carson - Ty$ - Too $hort Trailer
Here’s a sneak peak trailer for Bobby Brackins upcoming video Big Body featuring Clyde Carson and Ty$. The Bay Area native has made quite a name for himself both behind the scenes and in front of the camera. Coming off of an intense two week media blitz handling all of the controversy surrounding the “I Hit it First” record, Bobby Is ready to truly function and re focus on his highly under privileged and over shadowed rap artist and fashion connoisseur career!
Produced by Palmside’s own, MEGA, "Fiya" exhibits a smooth production married to a wholly appropriate flow from Brian Ashton. With its relaxing production and lyrics that have a mix of marijuana references and aspirations of the good life, this song is a stoners dream. Providing airy, spaced productions and bars revolving around that good, "FIYA" is the latest ode to rolling up and kicking back.
PR: DJ I Rock Jesus & CYclone Mixtape to Be Released May 5th
DJ I Rock Jesus Presents CYclone, "In Between The Rhyme Lines Mixtape to be released May 5'th 2013. Includes Remixes from CYclone's latest album High Wire Act by DJ G-Bless, DJ Zorro, with guest appearances by DJ I Rock Jesus, Von Won, Young Joshua, R-Swift, J.Johnson, 7vnSeal, Leona Daniels Marsh, Tony Stone, Footloose, Sivion, Scott Floyd, Zeeda, DJ Zorro, DJ G-Bless, Sev Statik, Icece, JPI, FireJaws, Kent & Shelle Coley.
CYclone states, "This is a collection of verses and songs recorded that not everyone has heard and my goal for this mixtape is just to give the people something new, somethings old and something fun".
CYclone’s recent solo album has something for everyone! High Wire Act employed a gloomier carnival sound and creativity. Each song was painstakingly crafted to embody a singular theme where both the music and lyrics meld together to transport audiences to a specific time and place. A perfect example is the song “Ice Cream Truck” which takes the listener back to the youthful days of chasing after their neighborhood’s mobile, sweet treat shop. Here, CYclone is handing out a variety of lyrical ice cream bars.
Rapstress Jayy Starr drops an exclusive freestyle over an original beat produced by Rizzy Red. She gives us this offering as we patiently wait for her to release new song "Choosin" produced by young up & comer Connor Lagan. Her debut single will be on radio nationwide this summer! Stay tuned.
Peace my people. I'm reaching out to you all because a Chicago based company I work for, No Love City has recently connected with Ma Dukes [Dillas mom] and the J Dilla Foundation to collaborate on a great project to raise funds for the foundation.
No Love City has created a shirt in honor of Dilla and will give 100% of the Kickstarted procceds to the production of the shirt and the dilla foundation will receive 100% of those sales!
We would appreciate your support by simply posting this on your blog and/or sharing this with your people.
Thank you for your time.
Below is the link to the kickstarter and some words from No Love City owner Josh Hammond and an attachment of the shirt being produced is attached. We just launched a Kickstarter campaign for a limited edition J Dilla shirt. We have been working with Ma Dukes and the J Dilla Foundation to be able to put this out. 100% of the proceeds from the shirts will be donated directly to the J Dilla Foundation.
We need your help to spread the word. Please check out the campaign, contribute if you can, and share it with your friends, blogs, and on your social media pages. We will be producing the shirts in white and black in sizes M-XXXL. Again anything that you can do to help would be greatly appreciated. We aren't doing this for us or to make any money, we are in it to commemorate a man who changed hip hop and to raise money for his foundation. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.