Video: Get It All f/ Bret Lockett, Prince Syc, DeJuan Turrentine
Courtesy Kelly K.
Since launching the Get It All campaign during Super Bowl week, it has gone National. The campaign first released through NBC's Extra with co-host Maria Menounos and spread like a wild fire ending up on Perez Hilton's front page the next morning.
On the set, Prince Syc made a comment that Michael Jackson would be very proud of this music video. Prince Syc was the first artist signed to Michael Jackson's label, MJJ/ Sony as one half of recording artist Quo. The Get It All music video has everything from art to mystery and it's utterly intriguing. NFL player Bret Lockett, Prince Syc and DeJuan Turrentine captured the essence of "Get It All" in this masterpiece directed by Erik Hicks.
BlackOwned C-Bone of Dungeon Family is best known for being featured on records such as Big Boi's "Kriptonite", Outkast's "Gangsta Shit" & "Tomb of the Boom", Yung Joc's "Dopeboy Magic" as well as performing with Big Boi on all of his world tours, past and present.
Today, he drops his new single titled "College Park" featuring Atlanta legend Jermaine Dupri. College Park has been a staple in hip-hop and sports for years now, producing talent such as Ludacris, Monica, 2 Chainz, Cam Newton (QB of the Carolina Panthers), Mr. Collipark, Josh Smith (Atlanta Hawks Basketball player) and more. It's about time they have their OWN record!!
In gearing up for the release of his upcoming mixtape, I Can Explain, and the world premiere of #JBF's video release, MrMecc completes the trilogy of promotional skits with the release of #JBF Kit, Part 3, Piano Play for it which you can view here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Yl6zY5JyRk&feature=youtu.be .
With his momentum picking up steam, MrMecc was asked to flex for Bosslady.TV x Convention Magazine's all-star series "Minute To The Top" by the Bosslady herself, joining the ranks of Roscoe Dash, Don Trip, Dorrough Music and many more which you can view here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZA8lU-jV3U .
Video: DMX "I Don't Dance" w/ MGK Behind the Scenes Footage
Courtesy Greg Miller.
March 27, 2012 (Los Angeles, CA) - Multi-Platinum rapper DMX releases a behind-the-scenes look at his upcoming John Colombo directed music video for "I Don't Dance," featuring EST 19XX/Bad Boy/Interscope recording artist Machine Gun Kelly (MGK). The Jake Janisse produced behind-the-scenes video features commentary and antics from director John Colombo, DMX and MGK, along with Xzibit and longtime DMX collaborator, producer Dame Grease. The "I Don't Dance" music video is the first look from DMX's upcoming album Undisputed, whose summer release date will be announced soon.
Video: Sun (G-Unit) "Imma Pimp" (feat. Lucky Luciano)
Courtesy J Melo.
Sun, an affiliate of Zoo Life (40 Glocc's Label), Infamous (Mobb Deep's label) & G-Unit releases a new video for "Imma Pimp" featuring Lucky Luciano off his upcoming "Tunnel Vision" mixtape (aka #TV) which will feature new and old collaborations with Eminem, Lloyd, Havoc of Mobb Deep, Slim Thug and many, many more.
"In teaser #2 of the Next 48 Hours With Mystikal @ SXSW we discover while Mystikal was in prison, he received several offers from major labels and at one time, G-Unit South was one of his most attractive offers. After finally deciding on YMCMB, the Young Money members welcome Mystikal with open arms backstage at the YMCMB Show at SXSW."
I Don't Camouflage Video Series #3: Sadat X of Brand Nubian
"I Don't Camouflage but I wear camouflage!" Check out Sadat X' take on I Don't Camouflage and what he anticipates from his Japan Tour 2012, as he plays with the dogs he just befriended, Kochi and Chapa. Sadat X is leaving for Japan on March 28th. It's been 10+ years!
Video: Soul King "Black Caesar" f/ Planet Asia & Styliztic Jonez
Courtesy Audible Treats.
(Brooklyn, NY) Rapper Soul King, is excited to announce the release of his new album, Supreme Era Vol. 2. The album, a follow-up to his 2010 release, Supreme Era Vol. 1, is out now on Noor Science/Clear Label Records and boasts features from Planet Asia, Chace Infinite and more.
Supreme Era Vol. 2 draws its name not only from Soul King's skills behind the microphone, but also from the inspiration that SoulKing pulls from above. "Supreme means the best or most high," he explains, "so going into the project I wanted to represent this movement we call 'God Hop,' but from the West Coast." For Soul King, his music is a crusade for hip-hop, for, as he says, "The B-Boys and B-Girls who gave their lives to master the art. We have to fight to preserve the culture."