Video: Stryfe - "Shells" SXSW Video feat. Danny Brown
Courtesy Matt B.
With the upcoming EP (“The Opening Act”) slated to be released 4-17-2012, Stryfe a Local MU-12 Union member and artist on Fokis' Loyalty Digital Corp. Roster Puts together a mash up video of his single "Shells" live from SXSW. With Features from Danny Brown, Apollo Brown and More.
New Audio: Herukhuti f/ Slim Da Mobster - "Blood On My Shoes"
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Herukhuti Ausar of Money Over Death can best be described as a rapping soldier on the rise. Now residing in Los Angeles, the Raleigh, North Carolina native marches to a beat of his own and with his Street LP, Feds Don’t Like Me, (hosted by Greg Street) Herukhuti has crafted a lyrical compilation that is certain to captivate all audiences. He has mastered the art of exemplifying his life’s struggles, through music - music that is genuine, raw, and real; yet uplifting and empowering.
Standing out at six feet four inches tall, Herukhuti is a physical and lyrical powerhouse and his words are just as powerful and enlightening. Encountering and overcoming many of life’s trials and tribulations, Herukhuti has a story to tell and just as important; a testimony to give. Herukhuti believes that his constant thirst for knowledge and truth, combined with his undying resilience and strength, is what distinguishes him from other artists.
As Herukhuti begins to gear up for the release of, Feds Don’t Like Me, (Universal/Fontana/Bonzi) listeners will soon hear the diversity contained within his struggle.
Recently, in an effort to finish Feds Don’t Like Me and his solo-debut, Herukhuti relocated to Los Angeles to work more in-depth with Aftermath producers DJ Silk & Choc and can be found in the studio alongside Dr. Dre as well. Herukhuti’s work with Aftermath artist Slim Da Mobster can be heard on the chilling “Blood On My Shoes.”
Herukhuti is already manifesting his dreams, with Feds Don’t Like Me (which includes guest appearances from Slim Da Mobsta, Glasses Malone & Carl Thomas and production from J Wells and Aftermath producers Choc & DJ Silk), his debut LP, working with the Aftermath team and two placements on the upcoming soundtrack for 50 Cent & Bruce Willis’ “Fire With Fire” movie (one of which is “Blood On My Shoes”).
Herukhuti’s Feds Don’t Like Me will be released in May 2012.
Moka Only is not only one of Canada's most celebrated hip-hop exports, he's also one of hip-hop's most eccentric personalities. In this new clip, the Vancouver-based MC speaks on his upcoming collaboration with legendary producer Ayatollah while doing the dishes, applying lotion, spraying himself with Febreze, writing a rhyme on toilet paper...needless to say, this is not your typical rap interview. Moka Only & Ayatollah's joint album Bridges hits stores everywhere on April 10th, 2012.
Join Plex Luthor on his daily quest to block out the world as he hits a runner's high in the latest visuals for "Lando's Jam"! Music produced by Plex Luthor & Gianni Ca$h ¡MAYDAY!'s Strange Music debut album, Take Me To Your Leader, in stores NOW!
Immortal Technique Euro Tour + Parable's New Music Video
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Parable expresses intense, personal lyrics over Lupe Fiasco's "Words I Never Said." Originally released on Parable's physical-only VS mixtape, the song will soon be available digitally in anticipation of Parable's return on the 2012 Bring It Back stage of the Vans Warped Tour. You can currently tune in to more of Parable and his growth into brighter, more appealing sounds on his latest project, Parable vs. Mac Soto, on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/parablevsmacsoto. Directed by Dave Donado, Check out the music video HERE.
IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE Starting March 14th, Immortal Technique arrives in Portugal to kick off his European tour with the company of labelmates Swave Sevah, AKIR, and DJ Static. He is currently promoting his recent release The Martyr along with raising buzz for the upcoming release of his documentary, "The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique," Stay tuned for more on the double-DVD release, set for late Spring release.
Fpr current and future tour dates click HERE
4/13/12 - Hard Club - Porto, Portugal 4/14/12 - Rote Fabrik - Zurich, Switzerland 4/17/12 - Melkweg, Oude Zaal (Old Hall) - Amsterdam, Netherlands 4/18/12 - Pumpehuset - Copenhagen, Denmark 4/19/12 - Mejeriet - Lund, Sweden 4/20/12 - Gota Kallare- Stockholm, Sweden 4/21/12 - Spikerboks - Oslo, Norway 4/22/12 - Nosturi - Helsinki, Finland The (R)evolution Of Immortal Technique [Official Trailer] * http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hLJIH7ICJs *
Free DL: David Dallas & Forty One Present 'Purple Tinted'
Courtesy Matt B.
Producer Forty One, a long time collaborator with David Dallas (ie. Big Time, Get Out The Way, How It Is, Dream) has remixed David Dallas's latest album ‘The Rose Tint.’ In David Dallas's words: "With all the bad mash ups and remixes that happen nowadays on the net, it's a great thing to hear someone who's completely familiar with me re-invent these songs that I've written. Forty One killed this shit. Purple Tinted.”
Rising Tennessee rapper OG Boo Dirty is showing audiences and critics that there is more to southern hip-hop outside of Atlanta. The South Memphis native has garnered a groundswell of support with the release of his latest mixtape, Born a Soldier Die a Vet.
Despite his newfound success, OG’s career in music was completely happenstance. In 2008, he went from doing “all the stuff that’ll land you dead or in jail” and freestyling on the block to laying down a track in a recording studio on a whim. OG has been able to cultivate his fanbase and engage new followers all organically with direct to fan mixtapes and a diligent street team. With no promotion or radio support his YouTube views have reached over 1.5 million views in just over a year. His first track “All I Got” featuring King Azz Star generated 200,000 YouTube views upon release and solidified OG’s place in Memphis’ hip-hop scene.