Video & PR: Watch and Request Spesh K - "Hip Hop Since"
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Spesh K, the Toronto based Nova Scotian hip hop artist, has just released his 6th video to Much Music. The single is called HIP HOP SINCE produced by Rayne Drop, from the album Big Specials House. The video was directed by Davin Black of 235 films.
The tracklist for 2 Chainz debut project Based On A T.R.U. Story dropping August 14th. Features from Kanye West, Drake and Nicki Minaj.
1. Yuck! 2. Crack 3. Dope Peddler 4. No Lie (Feat. Drake) 5. Birthday Song (Feat. Kanye West) 6. I’m Different 7. Extremely Blessed 8. I Luv Dem Strippers (Feat. Nicki Minaj) 9. Stop Me Now 10. Money Machine 11. In Town 12. Ghetto Dreams 13. Wut We Doin?
Deluxe Edition: 14. Countdown 15. Like Me 16. I Feel Good 17. Riot
Okay... here's another FIYA #NewSingle out of our camp BestOut Ent!!!!
"Buff & Chubb" simply rap off their childhood nicknames and both are from south-side St. Louis. They're the HOTTEST rap group in the Lou right now. Tef Poe was known as a battle rapper is also from STL.
New Audio: The 17th f/ Spoke In Wordz & Fokis "Rubbish"
Courtesy Matt B.
New track from Local-Mu12 Member THE 17th entitled "Rubbish,” produced by Vanderslice and featuring Spoke In Wordz from Denver, CO and Fokis. “The 17th is an artist from New London Connecticut, and he and I actually have an entire album sitting in the stash that is crazy. Here is the first single from his upcoming EP, Free Music, which will be dropping in late August. The 17th is vicious on the mic and his word play is something else" Says Fokis.
Duck Down Visuals Presents... Ab-Soul, while at his first headline show in NYC, speaks about growing up in a record store and his early influences. Ab-Soul also performs a verse off his new album, 'Control System,' giving meaning to the term "Genius idiot.” Hear what he says about Barack Obama as well.
Interview by Shane Gill | Shot & Edited by Justin Fleischer for CAN.DID Media
Nas (feat. Fearce) - "One Love" (BeanOne Remix) MP3
Nas's classic "One Love," originally produced by Q-Tip, gets the remix treatment by Fearce & BeanOne (of Dyme Def). Using the first two verses off the original, Fearce adds a first person narrative for the middle verse, playing the role of the inmate that Nas is writing. On production, Bean flips The Supremes 1966 classic "You Can't Hurry Love." Stay tuned for more remixes from these two Seattleites. #YukTheWorld
Homeboy Sandman is wrapping up work on his debut album for Stones Throw, First of a Living Breed, which we hope to announce as soon as possible. When the album is released this fall, he'll already be criss-crossing North America on tour with Brother Ali.