K.ris R.aps (@KrisRapsBetter) and VMS spitter Street Inkz (@VMSMusic) link up with the official visuals for a quick lyrical cut from their upcoming collaborative effort. The Dope Compilation Mixtape Vol. 2 and Turn My Mic On out now!!
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?
Audio: Ace Hood f/ Future - "Bugatti (Kid Cannibal Remix)"
Courtesy DJ Doc Rok.
This song is one of the hottest in the club right now, and I sold part of my soul to get some sweet acapella action for this exclusive trap-house remix I've made. This song should really just be Future because when the chorus ends I feel like I'm just waiting for it to come around again so I can turn up. This version is less Ace Hood and more Future, but all Kid Cannibal.
The world was given a gift today - an unexpected and imperial rant from Jay-Z, recorded in one night with Timbaland and Swizz Beatz. "Open Letter," is a straight up diss track, addressing politicians who criticized him for visiting Cuba, critics who have commented on his situation with The Nets and haters in general. Of course, I wanted to be the first to drop a remix.
There may be numerous young artists hoping to make a name in the genre of Hip-Hop, but few deliver with the deliberative flow and youthful, emotive angst as presented in the original lyrics of Sealy Troh. Born to Barbadian working class parents in the suburbs of Southern California's Antelope Valley "It's like I become a different person when I perform," says Troh, who's performed a dozen or so local shows around town.
With the release of the critically acclaimed project "Kitchen In The Bassment" under his belt, Chris Crack and the Mayhem Music family realizes that there's no room for complacency. Not resting on his laurels from the success of the project, Crack has STILL been relentlessly hitting the booth.
Prolyphic takes a personal approach and goes for the throat like never before on "DRUG DEALER." Not only is this song an attack on Big Pharma, but we hear about how doctors pushed pharmaceutical products on his mother to treat her cancer and why her ultimate decision was to refuse them.