We proudly present the visual treatment for "Every 36 Hours." Produced by Shawde Banx, the song has been building steam across the country, being played by DJs who support meaningful music. We'd like to send a special shout out to those folks who care about this music and the messages being transmitted across the airwaves. We sincerely appreciate the support!
In last night's episode, Dee plays the role of "Percy Mackie," a street dude who supposedly has turned his life around but is still hiding his brother from the police. When a NOPD detective comes snooping around, "Percy" has a tense dialogue with the cop... right before bloodying his face up with his fists and fleeing the scene.
At the end of the song you will also hear a preview of Rockie's next song release titled "Nobody".
In addition, Rockie is happy to announce the launch of his limited Electric Highway clothing line, where he will collaborate with different stores across the country for limited drops with each new piece of music from the project. The first offering from this line is from Kanye West manager Don C's Chicago based RSVP Gallery, and is a limited Electric Highway x RSVP Gallery T-Shirt.
In Dee's self-directed new video, "Love Me Some You" tells the tale of a young woman who is vying for Dee's affection, despite already being in a relationship. Unfortunately for the would-be lover, Dee makes it clear that they aren't meant to be and rejects her infidelity by cleverly saying, "If she cheated on her ex with you, now she's next to you/ Then homie, her next ex is you." The song is perfectly paired with the visual story told in the video, culminating with a twist ending.
Arguably the most revered lyricist to ever come out of Philadelphia, Freeway uses his "life-or-death urgency"-tinged voice to show what life is like in the streets and alleys of America's fifth biggest city. Serving as his first official full-length album since teaming up with Jake One for the critically acclaimed 2010 project, The Stimulus Package, Diamond In The Ruff has been years in the making and is Freeway's most illustrious album yet. On the track "Early," Freeway reunited with Just Blaze, marking it their first collaboration since Just helmed the bulk of his 2003 debut Philadelphia Freeway. Freeway recently linked up with Shade 45's Sway in the Morning to debut the track after performing his verse from the track 'What We Do." He also appeared alongside Neef Buck to run through the album's second single "Numbers." The two longtime collaborators trade verses breaking down mathematical calculations over Sunny Dukes' knocking baseline.
With less than two weeks until the November 27th release of Pac Div’s new album, GMB, the LA trio is excited to unveil their latest single “The Return.” Following their Kendrick Lamar and Blu-assisted track “Cross Trainers” last week, the guys are continuing their hometown collaboration trend with this song featuring Los Angeles rapper Ty$. The FADER has also taken a liking to Mibbs, Like, and BeYoung’s “The Return,” and premiered the track online today.
Free EP: Chordz Cordero x Dub MD - 'Catalyst: [E]volution'
'Catalyst: [E]volution' EP is a project of growth, love and change. All the elements that Queens, NY soul vocalist Chordz Cordero has learned, to become the artist and person he his today. The Dub MD presented EP, is produced entirely by D.C. based producer JUDAH, and features C-Rayz Walz, D-Black and Elete Wright (of St. Joe Louis). Sit back, relax, and enjoy the soulful grooves. The EP is FREE so share it, throw it on your iPod or burn it to CD-R, its yours! http://www.audiomack.com/album/dub-md/chordz-cordero-catalyst-evolution-ep .
The Skribz Riley produced track sends a clear message that - Rascals are not ones to ever sleep on! With a hook that won’t leave your head, bars you can only repeat out of your mothers ear-shot and a beat that is certain to give you neck cramps for days; FireBlaze is another hot banger to burn off the Launch EP! (Like what we did there?!)