ItSoEazy (@ItsSoEazy), a 23 year old artist from Lexington, KY. After the release of his project PaperBoy2:NSA . Eazy has decided to promote heavily through visuals during a release timeframe he named Death Over Dishonor, which will be a multi-video release of promotional and original music videos. The first release is called "Main Street Lights" (beat: Wale- Diced Pineapples). The video shows the work ethic of the artist and tells a story from the heart. Enjoy.
Video: Phil Good x Keaton "Kaos" (@PhilGoodNC @Keaton919)
Courtesy A Robb.
Fresh off of their collaborative EP "LIFE" (released April 20), Raleigh emcees Phil Good and Keaton drop the video for "Kaos" directed by Super Famous Productions. The track is the lead single off of Phil Good's newly released project Stay Tuned.
The acclaimed southern poetic drunk delivers a beautiful flow over pictures and videos in his new music video "Come On." Ron Slyda teamed up with Miami director YoungWildPanda to paint a perfect tale of the persuasion & deception Ron faces in his day to day life through stop motion photography and video. A gold digger, crooked cop and crack head play the role of these deceptive forces. Ron fights his own internal battle with his conscience.The battle of good vs evil. What side will Ron pick?
Los Angeles based songwriter, producer and rapper Kidd Upstairs and his collaborator, San Diego hip-hop artist XO, are fully aware of how their new single and video, "Amanda Bynes," could be construed by the media and the general public. The actress' new appearance, alleged strange behavior, and notorious tweets and video posts now provide nearly daily fodder for gossip and entertainment blogs, with some going so far as to suggest Bynes' is mentally ill and should be institutionalized. Some may find the music video, which mixes footage spanning Bynes' twenty-year career in television and film with numerous paparazzi videos chronicling her more recent "erratic" behavior, mocking or disparaging, however Kidd Upstairs intends just the opoosite.
Audio: Anti-Lilly - Clarissa (Used 2 Love Her) Prod. LA Beatz
Courtesy Rahn James.
Houston's own, Anti-Lilly is back with the follow up to his recently release single "A Million Stories". Following in story-telling fashion, the LA Beatz produced Clarissa (I Used 2 Love Her) tell's the tale of a love gone wrong. Look for Anti's Memoirs & The 90s Project to be released at the end of the month.
Element Rhymes - Who 2 Trust in LA (Produced by Bonobo)
Courtesy Terry J.
Element teams up with popular British musician/producer Bonobo for a sensational remix collaboration. "Who 2 trust in LA". Self explanatory and to the point. Element tells us a personal Los Angeles tale over the melodic track produced by Bonobo.
The Stoned God Oscar O'Malley Visuals for "CoKo BaJio"
After releasing the audio this past Friday, NYC's Oscar O'Malley presents the visuals for "CoKo Bajio." By fusing ethereal imagery with the Stoned God's atmospheric production, your judgement of perception verse reality will surely be challenged. Seemingly paradoxical, you'll find O'Malley peacefully exhaling thick plumes of weed smoke into the clouds, while donning his uzi that weighs a ton, as he takes out whole villages with his lyrics. No use praying for mercy either… 'fu*k around, he'll turn this whole place villain.'
Tom Delay Beats presents Sharks in the Sky, a 12 track collection of contemporary hip-hop instrumentals that has landed on Brake Fast Records. A dexterous producer, Tom Delay, showcases his skill with a myriad of beats that touch a number of hip-hop subgenres. Sharks in the Sky contains pure hip-hop head-nodders like “Dream Lab” and “The Living Dead”, quirky but hard hitting 8-bit-sounding beats like “Echelon” and “So Filthy”, and smooth joints like “Just”. Then there are tracks like “The Lives” and “Panoptic” that give off a triumphant indie/electro rock vibe, as Delay seems to toy with the effervescent boundaries of the genre.
Rocky Diamonds, who is one of Polow Da Don's newest artists on his Zone 4 label and a member of the group MDMA has dropped his new mixtape, "Artofficial." Here goes one of the tracks, "Forgive Me" produced by Trakksounds & Chinky P.