Recently (PRJCTS) released a new music video to their track entitled "Standing in the Mirror". A funky soul-pop track about having a blast and enjoying life to the fullest. The video is directed by LA filmmaker Pablo Balderas, capturing the essence of the city and their local community of artists. Their new EP drops next month.
Video: Cashmere - "Take Me Higher" (dir. @jmegaonline)
Cashmere drops his latest video from his hot new single "Take Me Higher" off his upcoming sophmore album you can download the hit single here http://t.co/H2hIkMu0 @bkcashmere cashmeresworld.ning.com hope u enjoy!!!
MP3: Big Herk f/ 8Ball & MJG, Jazze Pha - "Big Time Pimpin"
Fans shall remember Big Herk from his collaboration with Eminem & Obie Trice on "There They Go." A Detroit legend, Herk is releasing a new album soon titled "OverDose." Today, we have two singles from the album, one of which features the legendary 8Ball & Jazze Pha.
This is a “get to know” and “get reacquainted” (as he has released more then a handful of tracks over the last few weeks) session with Scoe! Scoe (formerly known as Roscoe) is Kurupt’s younger brother and DPG affiliated. Scoe is putting the finishing touches on his new project, Tha Influence, and it will feature production from Just Blaze, Nottz, Hi-Tek, Jake One, DJ Khalil, Bink! & features from Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, Kurupt, Devin The Dude, Glasses Malone, Slim The Mobster and more.
I Hannibal a.k.a 730 X Max Powers - Juice ft. Grimey Bruce & Mike Mongo
I, Hannibal a.k.a. 730 & producer Max Powers have released "JUICE", the first single from their "Born Hustla" album. "JUICE" is a "club" record & features longtime collaborators Grimey Bruce & Mike Mongo. The b-side, "For The Money" (ft. Ohio singer Missin Link), is asking if I, Hannibal speaks of "he" or "we" with his music.
These songs are the first audio releases from "Born Hustla", the collaboration album between I, Hannibal a.k.a. 730 & Max Powers, dropping June 17th. The 11 song project is a window into the mind of Boston MC I, Hannibal a.k.a. 730 set to the sounds of Max Powers production, as well as co-staring Ohio singer/player Missin Link. Guest features include MC Eiht, Big Noyd, Singapore Kane, Frankie Wainwright, Phinelia, Mike Mongo, Wamwega (Head Turners), Proph Corleone & Grimey Bruce.
Boston-born & bred, I, Hannibal a.k.a. 730 has released two solo underground mixtapes and appeared on numerous artist & production features for local artists. His previous collaborations include Chubb Rock & Big Shug, and he has played shows with Rakim, Chubb Rock, Evil D, Jin the MC, Far East Movement and countless others.
Earlier this month,Dark Time Sunshine announced their new album, ANX, which will be released on July 24th via Fake Four, Inc. The album includes features from Aesop Rock, P.O.S., and Busdriver, among others, and although the duo, comprised of Grayskul (Rhymesayers) rapper Onry Ozzborn and producer Zavala, have yet to release the album's official first single, today, they're excited to release an official album B-Side, with the song "A Walk In The Park."
"A Walk In The Park" is all about learning how to lead a balanced life, about figuring out how to prioritize what's most important - like staying close with family - and as most of us know, that's no easy task. "Between raising your kids, dealing with long distance relationships, and maintaining music," says Ozzborn, discussing what inspired the track, "it can drive you mad at times."
"The beat just put me in a storytelling mood and has me thinking about what's really important in my life," says Ozzborn. "From worry about my folks to having concerns about my daughter growing up." And as has become a staple for Dark Time Sunshine, Onry breaks down the subject matter eloquently throughout, as he raps, "I never wanna get that call about mommy/ Daddy neither (I think I need a breather)/ Sister watch over them/ They not retired; they rewired and work again."
Cris Cab has joined Mercury Records and for his first major label single, he's bringing along some big names for support. The track was co-written by Pharrell, features a verse from Big Sean, and was produced by Wyclef and Sedeck Jean.
"It was a song that we’ve lived with for so long and we were wondering what could we do to make it better," explains Cab. "Once Wyclef and Sedeck got to work on the production side it just feels like a new song."
About the Big Sean feature, Cris says, "I've always really liked his flow and I've been watching him since he was up-and-coming and I just thought that he could put a fun twist on the song and keep the energy up. He happened to be in Miami after a show one night and he came by the studio and I got to hang out with him and play him the record and once he said he loved it. I knew he was gonna kill it."