Chippy Nonstop, the undisputed queen of twerking, is unleashing her new video for the single"Kicked Out Da Club." The second visual from her mixtape, #GlobalSkoolOfTwerk, which was released in April, premiered on Complex last Friday. With her own Twitter proclaiming her club mantra "VIP and STILL kicked out," Chippy embraces her reputation for going H.A.M. in the club, as well as the inevitable repercussions of doing so. "I mostly only get kicked out when my favorite DJs are playing and I do something stupid, like climb on a huge stage during Major Lazer and run away from security," says Chippy. "I realized I can't control myself when a song I love comes on." I think we've all been there, done that.
The French-based collective of producers, graphic designers and videographers, better known as ALTERPROD/ALTERBEATS unveil the debut single "TV Screen" off their debut LP, The French Revolution. Featuring guest appearances from Chief Kamachi, Kromeatose & Block McCloud, "TV Screen" makes a strong statement about modern society while emphasizing themes central to the album, such as oppression and the unheard, with lines like, “Yes, we do exist, but they don't believe till we on the TV screen."
MP3: Illmaculate - "How You Do That" f/ Inspectah Deck & OnlyOne
Illmaculate, with his Sandpeople crew, just wrapped a month-long European tour, performing across the continent and sharing stages with the likes of M.O.P. and Slaughterhouse. Now back in the US, and prepping for a forthcoming official album release party in Portland, Illmaculate is excited to release the latest single from his recent Skrill Talk album, "How You Do That," featuring Wu-Tang Clan rapper Inspectah Deck and OnlyOne.
Lyricism has long been Illmaculate's forte, and while he continues to shine throughout Skrill Talk, this latest single, "How You Do That," is most notable, aside from the guest 16 courtesy of Inspectah Deck, for the track's beat. That beat comes courtesy of producer Sapient, who is part of Illmaculate's Sandpeople crew, and the instrumental, with its blaring horns and synths, is nothing short of anthemic. "The beat inspired this song," says Illmaculate. "It's one of my favorites on the album."
For Philadelphia MC, Nico the Beast, life definitely happened. On the heels of the summer 2010’s 'The Beast Within' (which earned him aBest Male Artist nomination from the Underground Hip Hop Awards), Nico planned on moving from the influence of personal tragedies in his music. However, as 2011 dealt the untimely, nearly consecutive losses of his mother and younger brother, he found his artistic direction juxtaposed with life events yet again. Unwilling to compromise the vision of his upcoming releases, he chose to create when the time was right instead of rushing any projects.
01.) Déjà Vu 02.) Hard Knuckle Rap (feat. Outerspace) 03.) Stay On My Own 04.) Beast Banter 05.) My Sh*t (Cuts By DJ Madhandz) 06.) Crystal Ball (feat. Reef The Lost Cauze & Rec Raw) 07.) Tripped Out (feat. Toke Jones)
BIG KISH - that's who! You've been hearing him in nearly every video game worth playing for years! "Check iMDb for the realest cat I know, I'mma boast 'til I'm ghost 'bout Andrew Kishino!" http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1873559/
New Video from West Coast Emcee D Strong & Mac "No Compromise" off the D Strong & Mac "The Burden" album. Check out D Strong as he hits the gym to prepare for an upcoming BATTLE against the Hip Hop Music Industry, Wack Emcees and all other social ILLS that Plague the world.