MP3: Whosane f/ Jimmy Flexx - "Brooklyn to Cape Town" (prod. Oh No)
New York, NY – April 21, 2012 – Rapper, actor, activist and music entrepreneur WHOSANE releases the title track single off of his highly anticipated album, BROOKLYN TO CAPE TOWN. WHOSANE, a veteran of the underground hip-hop scene is now making waves internationally from America to South Africa. Widely recognized for his lyrical ability and undeniably unique flow, WHOSANE’s been in the game for 10+ years, working as an MC, producer and music marketer. He has collaborated with renowned artists including Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def), Goapele, Raphael Saadiq, Chali 2na, and Jean Grae. After a 30-city North America tour with Mos Def, Jay Electronica and Erykah Badu in 2009, WHOSANE moved to Cape Town in order to further challenge himself as an artist and break into a new market, bridging the musical gap between America and Africa.
Video: Pavy, "Peer Pressure" f/ Vic Spencer, Boy Illinois, JDP
S.U.H. Entertainment presents the Thomas Price-directed music video for "Peer Pressure", from his most recent album Middle Class Ignorance. The song features Vic Spencer, The Boy Illinois and JDP. Middle Class Ignorance also features Capital K, D2G, Ashley Laschelle and Ca$hflow Ellis.
Video: N.O.R.E. Clarifies Remarks About Prodigy Being Gay
http://VladTV.com - The legendary Queens rapper clears up an earlier incident where he called into Power 105.1 to identify Havoc's voice on an audio recording of him accusing fellow Mobb Deep rapper Prodigy of being gay.
Video: Lil Wyte f/ Bizarre, Frayser Boy - "Smoking Song"
In celebration of the final hours of 4/20, here is the world premiere video for the 10-year-old classic "Smoking Song" off Lil Wyte's first album Doubt Me Now. The video was directed by Maine-Mane on the campus of Michigan Union State College during the 2012 Hash Bash. Cameos include Academy Award winner Frayser Boy, WyteMusic's newest artist Miscellaneous, Partee, and Bizarre (formerly of D12).
B-iLLA have got the ball rolling on the promotion for their forthcoming mixtape with UK Runnings entitled 'Brothers In Bars'. Their last music video to the track 'Paper Thugs' which features Big Dutty Deeze and is produced by Tricksta has been well received clocking over 7000 hits on You Tube as well as featuring on numerous music websites and hip-hop blogs. Now the Cambridge brothers Mistah Biggz and Dillahman a.k.a B-iLLA are back with another music video, this time to their track 'Home Sweet Home'.
'Home Sweet Home' sees B-iLLA go in on beat produced by the well respected UK producer. Talking on their own personal experiences and struggles on life as well as paying homage to life in their home town, B-iLLA are a duo that have a lot to say. Where other acts are too busy just constantly rapping hard bars choosing to push a negative vibe, B-iLLA switch the vibe and create real music with a unique substance, depth and style. The music video is directed & filmed by Urban Vibe UK, a You Tube Channel that has already clocked over 300,000 hits.
B-iLLA's 'Brothers In Bars' is already getting a major thumbs up from those few lucky enough to hear it and is destined to be massive. B-iLLA really are the true sound of the UK underground and will also be releasing the details of the 'Brothers In Bars' Mixtape Launch Party next week.
You can pre-order your copy of B-iLLA's 'Brothers In Bars' now for ONLY £3.00each via Paypal. ALL customers CD's will be posted on May 17th along with FREE copies of Mistah Biggz solo album 'The Darkness' and B-iLLA's latest release 'The iLLA Tapes Volume One'.