Video: Behind the Scenes of Tragedy's "Each One, Teach One"
Courtesy of Audible Doctor.
"Check out the behind the scenes footage of Tragedy Khadafi recording his track “Each One, Teach One” (one of two tracks produced by The Audible Doctor) off his upcoming album “Thug Matrix 3″. The Album is set to drop September 20th and features production from Ayatollah, araabMUZIK, Now & Laterz, Audible Doctor, Shroom, Asmatik and Booth. The album also boasts guest features from Planet Asia, Killa Sha and King David."
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Boom Boom opens up with Latin Rap star Salazar is spitting in Spanglish (a combo of Engilsh & Spanish slang) The track is produced by rap phenom Shottie who can be heard on the second verse followed by Joey Duz ryhmin about cryptic messages and the government spying on us.
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Video: Esinchill - "Daddy Was A Sailorman" (Prod. Jake One)
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Poetic and skillful MC Esinchill is back with a new video for his Jake One-produced single "Daddy Was A Sailorman." The second video of off the Oakland rapper's sophomore album, Vigilante, available now via Clear Label Records, provides a complex visual for the song, which describes Esinchill meeting his father in a dream and reminiscing on the influential choices he made when he was younger. Sprinkled with actual photos of his father in his Navy uniform and Esinchill as a child, director Casual of WetFoot Filmworks captures the track's surreal feel by going back and forth between reality and washed out dream sequences. Along with a literal fork in the road, the video paints a picture of the challenges that arise when becoming a father, and the important message that Esinchill wants to convey. "Always be a father to your child, no matter what life may offer," says Esinchill. "I have a daughter now and every decision starts and ends with her, just as I suspect my dad's did."
Video: Gees Extortion Rise of an Underground King (Part 2)
Courtesy Javi S.
Here is part two of Gees Extortion's trip to New Jersey to visit with emerging producer Clipsmoke ("Vete Pa'l Carajo). In part two viewers hear more from Clipsmoke talking about working with Gees, and also get to hear some behind-the-scenes verses from the up-and-coming rhyme-spitter. Organized Rhymes coming soon!