Video: OnCue - "Kinda Late" (prod. 88 Keys, dir. Just Blaze)
Courtesy BF Blasts.
This song originally appeared on Can't Wait, and in this version, we didn't include Posner's part -- because of the treatment. Hope you enjoy it and get a good laugh. It's fucking awesome. The video to "Rich Kid" is coming soon.
Fresh off appearances at SXSW with label mates Apollo Brown & Oddisee, Gensu Dean has unleashed his first video to support his debut album "Lo-Fi Fingahz". To bring this one to life, Dean brought in director Calvan Fowler of DayDream FilmWorks whom you may recognize from his work with Pete Rock/Smif n Wessun on Roses feat. Freeway. The video was shot in Brooklyn & Manhattan this past month and takes listeners back to when storytelling and direction went hand in hand.
It's been just over a month since Fly Moon Royalty released their self-titled debut album via Sportn' Life Records, and now, the duo of producer Action Jackson and vocalist AdraBoo, are excited to release the visual for Fly Moon Royalty's lead single, "Lemonade."
The Next 48 Hours team follows another legend, Mystikal. Newly signed to Cash Money/Young Money YMCMB, we follow Mystikal through the biggest music festival in America, SXSW in Austin, TX. In this teaser we catch Mystikal doing his verse of "Wild Boys Remix" along with Machine Gun Kelly, this teaser features Meek Mill and cameos from Wale and Travis Porter.
Video: Alias & Fakts One f/ Reks & Checkmark - "Nothing to Lose"
Courtesy Major Music.
JWAY MEDIA is proud to present Nothing To Lose, the first leak from Alias & Fakts One‘s collaborative project Second Chances. "Nothing To Lose", is a much-buzzed about posse cut featuring verses from Showoff Records' REKS along with two other Boston heavyweights Wispers and Checkmark. The official "Nothing To Lose" video is now finally available to the public and is directed by Al K Allan.
MP3: Sandpeople - "This Time Around" (prod. Chase Moore)
Courtesy Heaven Noise.
Sandpeople are back on their collective grind but things are different "This Time Around." It's been almost 3 years since the Portland, Oregon based mega-crew has released an official album (their 2009 release "Long Story Short" received critical acclaim and earned them play on MTVu with the music video for "Hate Aside"), but they have remained ridiculously active like 6th graders during a Ritalin shortage with a steady barrage of solo member and sub-group releases. Amidst the various Sandpeople-related projects, the entire crew has been working together on new material and plans for world domination. The first phase begins now, as the "10 headed dragon" launches a kickstarter campaign to help with international tour efforts.
To kick-off this campaign, Sandpeople has released the new single "This Time Around," produced by Chase Moore. Here we find Illmaculate, IAME, Goldini Bagwell, and Ethic delivering scorching verses over Chase's hard hitting drums and anthemic melody. DJ Spark kills the cuts as always, dropping bars with samples better than most emcees do over samples. "This Time Around" it truly is different; Sandpeople are hungrier than ever and the rest of you rappers look delectable.
Download "This Time Around" (Prod. by Chase Moore)
Just one week after releasing his star studded "Green Crack" mixtape, Dollarmentary is back at it with a new leak titled "All Around the World" produced by Jreezy. This serves as the first leak of Dollarmentary's next mixtape, "America's Baby: Amero Dollar Vol.2"