Benja here again. What do y’all know about Azage?!? Azage is a rapper and sneakerhead that hails from Atlanta and has made some noise on the underground/blogosphere. He has been quiet for a little bit but the dude really has talent. Luckily, Da-What.com got him to discuss what hip-hop means to him and the South. He draws parallels between hip-hop and the South’s history overall.
Hip-hop reflects people’s innate determination to win and come out on top although it isn’t just about competition. Starting with the hip hop elements that the culture grew from leading all the way through hip hop’s takeover of popular culture – Azage has got a lot to say! Read it all here:
What's going on y'all this is Nametag, I hope all is good on your end. In an email before, I mentioned that I will be sending music from other dope music artists from the metro Detroit area for you. MAHD is featured on the "For Namesake" LP from Nameless and I if you haven't heard yet... [Hookless, Notchos]. Your support is appreciated. Thanks.
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).
Following the success of his highly touted album "A.D.D. (Artistically Day Dreaming)", Mvstermind continues his trend of crafting creatively ambitious music videos with the release of his latest work: 80-D. Being the title track for the album, 80-D is a tour de force Produced by Mvstermind himself featuring the incredible talent in the hip-hop supergroup MME (Musical Masterminds Entertainment), combining the impressive rap skills of AtM and Ciej with the smooth and moving vocals of Sixela Yoccm and Lyrique.
Video: Curren$y Performs "B%tch Get Up" Live in Dallas, TX
Courtesy Fly Times Daily.
Here's another one from the "Spitta Dallas" show this past Friday. Curren$y performs a jernt from his digitally released, "New Jet City" in front of a sold out crowd. Press play and watch Spitta perform his verse to "Bitch Get Up" alongside some help from the sold out crowd. Jet life.