The Teamsters - Final Hour Hosted By DJ Green Lantern
Courtesy Papa Smirf.
The Teamsters are a hip-hop group from Jersey City, NJ. The Teamsters came together through mutual friendship in December 2010. During 2011, The Teamsters took the east coast by storm performing over 20 shows and releasing 30+ free songs on there official website. (Editor's note: I think THEY meant THEIR.)
Audio: Youngin da SP - "Started From the Bottom" (Remix)
New HomeTeam Remix to the new Drake single. We are all screaming we started from the bottom, Youngin da SP speaks on the achievement of a college level of success stemming from a love from music, mixing this with the darker under tone of he life. HomeTeam Started from the bottom, Swaggin & BackPackin pt.2 Coming Soon.
Freddie Gibbs on Police Brutality, Madlib & Being Discharged
Courtesy Matt B.
Before his sold out show at Santos in NYC, Freddie Gibbs speaks to Duck Down Visuals about his first hand experience with Police brutality, being discharged from the Army and the inspiration to do an album with Madlib entitled “Cocaine Piñata."
Video: Mic Handz & MonStar Films "Shock The World"
In promotion for Mic Handz' mixtape 'SAYYOUAINTKNOW: The Software,' which drops tomorrow, February 7th, the Flatbush representative rolls out the Monstar Films directed visuals for his "Shock The World" freestyle, as featured on the project. Produced by Automatik, this instrumental first appeared in November of '11, on Lloyd Banks' The Cold Corner 2 mixtape.
We’re filming at The Unicorn Pub [175 Eglinton Ave. E], a two minute walk from Eglinton Subway Station [@ Yonge]. We’ll be drinking and singing. That simple. Getting drunk is encouraged.
Call time is 11am. I know it’s early, but we have to be wrapped and out by 5pm to make room for the real alcoholics. I apologize if you are a real alcoholic. If you are, feel free to stay later than 5.
Also, feel free to bring as many friends as you’d like.
I know it’s super last minute, but I hope you can make it. This is going to be special.
Audio: Sadistik - "Kill The King" Ft. Deacon The Villain (Prod. By Kno)
Earlier this year, Sadistik announced his new album, Flowers For My Father, a project that pulls its inspiration from the passing of Sadistik's father and rings as the Seattle rapper's most personal work to date. The album will be released on February 19th via Fake Four, Inc., but before then, Sadistik is today releasing the album's first official single, "Kill The King," which features Deacon The Villain and is produced by Kno, who, together, make up two-thirds of the beloved underground group CunninLynguists.