Video: N.O.R.E. Clarifies Remarks About Prodigy Being Gay
http://VladTV.com - The legendary Queens rapper clears up an earlier incident where he called into Power 105.1 to identify Havoc's voice on an audio recording of him accusing fellow Mobb Deep rapper Prodigy of being gay.
Video: Lil Wyte f/ Bizarre, Frayser Boy - "Smoking Song"
In celebration of the final hours of 4/20, here is the world premiere video for the 10-year-old classic "Smoking Song" off Lil Wyte's first album Doubt Me Now. The video was directed by Maine-Mane on the campus of Michigan Union State College during the 2012 Hash Bash. Cameos include Academy Award winner Frayser Boy, WyteMusic's newest artist Miscellaneous, Partee, and Bizarre (formerly of D12).
B-iLLA have got the ball rolling on the promotion for their forthcoming mixtape with UK Runnings entitled 'Brothers In Bars'. Their last music video to the track 'Paper Thugs' which features Big Dutty Deeze and is produced by Tricksta has been well received clocking over 7000 hits on You Tube as well as featuring on numerous music websites and hip-hop blogs. Now the Cambridge brothers Mistah Biggz and Dillahman a.k.a B-iLLA are back with another music video, this time to their track 'Home Sweet Home'.
'Home Sweet Home' sees B-iLLA go in on beat produced by the well respected UK producer. Talking on their own personal experiences and struggles on life as well as paying homage to life in their home town, B-iLLA are a duo that have a lot to say. Where other acts are too busy just constantly rapping hard bars choosing to push a negative vibe, B-iLLA switch the vibe and create real music with a unique substance, depth and style. The music video is directed & filmed by Urban Vibe UK, a You Tube Channel that has already clocked over 300,000 hits.
B-iLLA's 'Brothers In Bars' is already getting a major thumbs up from those few lucky enough to hear it and is destined to be massive. B-iLLA really are the true sound of the UK underground and will also be releasing the details of the 'Brothers In Bars' Mixtape Launch Party next week.
You can pre-order your copy of B-iLLA's 'Brothers In Bars' now for ONLY £3.00each via Paypal. ALL customers CD's will be posted on May 17th along with FREE copies of Mistah Biggz solo album 'The Darkness' and B-iLLA's latest release 'The iLLA Tapes Volume One'.
Smoke DZA x High Times x Cinematic Announce Rugby Thompson
In honor of the greatest day on the stoner calendar, Cinematic Music Group and Harlem's own Smoke DZA are proud to announce his new album Rugby Thompson, to be released through the newly launched High Times Records. High Times Records is the record label arm of High Times Magazine, still going strong after more than 40 years of being the world's leading countercultural publication. Produced enitrely by Harry Fraud, Rugby Thompson will feature appearances from Action Bronson, Curren$y, Domo Genesis, and more. The album hits stores everywhere on June 19th, 2012, more details to come soon.
"I've been a fan of High Times Magazine since I smoked my first joint. It's an honor to be partnering with them on Rugby Thompson. Rrrright." - Smoke DZA
In just a few short years, through releasing a string of albums and mixtapes, Beeda Weeda has established himself as one of the most promising rising rappers from the Bay Area. In doing so, he's also garnered the support of the Bay's most loved legends, including Too $hort, who has teamed up with Beeda for his latest album, Too $hort Presents: Bass Rock Babies. Today, Beeda is excited to release a new single from that project, "Strip Club (Bedroom)."
The song is built on a beat that Beeda and his producer, Rob-E, made and features vocals and a hook from 1.O.A.K. This isn't the first time these three have collaborated, and Beeda enjoys the dynamic they all have with each other. "We always work together; we're like a production team," describes Beeda. "The three of us did like 75% of the album." The final result is a club-friendly joint that Beeda Weeda energizes with his high-energy flow, and his desire to give his fans an upbeat track. "My main inspiration for the song was that, with all the negativity in society, I wanted to make something people can party to and just have fun to," explains Beeda, who goes on to mention he may have had another in influence to the song. "I was also at the strip club the night before I wrote it," Beeda admits with a laugh.