Having established themselves as one of the Dirty South’s most successful duos, Smoke and Fleetwood Mac of Field Mob are working on another group project; but also taking time to focus on there solo projects as well. Smoke (aka Chevy) is back with his debut solo mixtape, ‘K.A..N.G.” and his new “Gasoline” single: "Gasoline" (hint—he’s not talking about car fuel, but weed and sizzurp).
Mixtape: SmCity - Dream Cemetery (feat. The Last Poets, The Kid Daytona, Maffew Ragazino and more)
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Get it now! SmCity's new project Dream Cemetery, available now on DatPiff.com and deluxe version on iTunes with bonus tracks. The new album features guest appearances from The Last Poets, The Kid Daytona, Maffew Ragazino and Maimouna Youssef with production from MarcNfinit, Tone P, Sean Sundance, DB, Preston Hart & Say Nave.
Nametag and Nameless along with Brick Records present the first official video from their forthcoming collaboration album 'For Namesake' in stores 04.16.13 via Brick Records. 'Hookless' features Detroit's rapidly upcoming emcee; MAHD (Mahd Almighty EP) with of course, Nameless on the production. The video is directed and edited by Xavier Owens (Pretty Ladies, Foundation).
With a strong resurgence of the "Golden Era" of hip hop, one of the early rebirthers of that movement is back. On April 2nd, Naledge & Double 0 - better known as Kidz In The Hall - will be releasing their 5th studio project, Wishful Drinking. The 6 song EP will be available on iTunes and all other digital music stores.
The DMV has a solid reputation for churning out quality MC's, and VA-based CallMeDrop is no exception to that rep! Below is Drop's new "Background Check" video from the first installation of his Slideshow series - The Setup. Watch and enjoy!
Mr. Green @ Art Basel ft. Rime, Wen, Chocolatte Lady and Mr. Do or Die - Live from the Streets
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Here's the special Live from the Streets sampled entirely at Miami Art Basel featuring famed grafitti artists Rime and Wen, psychedelic drugs, and other assorted characters. And here's what Mr. Green had to say: "This episode is different because it's the first time we've gone outside the boundaries of hip hop."