PR: Brokencyde Premiere Video For My Gurl Online With MTV
Courtesy of James @ Kerosene Media.
Crunkcore innovators Brokencyde have released their new video for "My Gurl" online via an exclusive premiere with MTV, which is showcasing the video on their taste making college network MTVU and online at http://www.mtvu.com/music/video-premiere/brokencyde-my-gurl/ . The track is taken from the group's sophomore album, "Will Never Die", which was recently released on BreakSilence Recordings.
"We had a blast shooting the video for 'My Gurl' and we're excited for fans to finally see the video," commented Phat J. "This song shows a softer side to the Brokencyde sound and that there's more to our music than just crunk tracks. The video is about a long chase for the perfect girl and right when you think she's yours, a hater comes out of nowhere and takes you out!"
Ok it's officially time all the haters "HUSH" and accept the fact that the bad boy of R&B is back. This is the first release from Pleasure P aka Marcus Cooper and as we expected it's a smash. This one is for all you ladies and fellas out there that got a side fling going on. Just tell them to "HUSH" and keep it on the low low. This is just the start to the new Pleasure P takeover so keep your eyes and ears open. His lane is wide open and he's taking it by storm. You can count on more Grammy nominations this year for him and you can mark my words on that. Watch!!!
When this last minute chance came about to book one of The Doctor's Orders' Hip-Hop heroes we had to grab it with both hands. As producer for his Wu Tang Clan Bobby Digital aka RZA changed the sound of Hip-Hop forever with the classic "Enter The Wu Tang (36 Chambers)".
Since he has gone on to produce most of the group and solo Wu Tang output including his own solo albums under the name Bobby Digital and a list of classics including Raekwon's "Only Built 4 Cuban Linx", GZA's "Liquid Swords", Method Man's debut "Tical", ODB's "Ruturn to the 36 Chambers" to name a few.
Now a grammy award winner, this multi instrumentalist producer has acted in, directed and scored films, written a book or two and without a doubt stands as one of the most respected and influential people in Hip-Hop today.
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Slim And Paris Get Suggestive With New Non-Album Single
Rolling along with the momentum they've been building since the release of When Pigs Fly back in March, Dallas duo A.Dd+ is back with a smooth banger, this one being another non-album freebie to show appreciation for all their fans' continued support. With "Freakquency," Paris Pershun and Slim Gravy again call on producer and A.Dd+'s unofficial third member, Picnic Tyme, for a song that, as the title implies, is a call out to women of all wavelengths.
"We hadn't made a song dedicated to women since our Power Of The Tongue mixtape," explains Paris on the motivation behind laying down this new track. "We wanted to showcase our slightly romantic, yet freaky, side without being corny or overly sexual." With an ambient underlying instrumentation that plays off the track's bouncing percussion and thick kick drum, Picnic Tyme's beat provides a soothing base for the group's smoothed out, suggestive lyrics, as they rap, "I'm here to reconstruct, here to build you up/ Add some design to your mind and them curves and thangs... So, um, don't fight the feeling, 'cause truthfully/ You playing hard to get is making it get hard."