Los Angeles, CA - Interscope Records recording artist Game premiered the music video for "The City" that features Kendrick Lamar from the Billboard Top 200 chart topping R.E.D. Album yesterday on RollingStone.com. Produced by Cool and Dre, "The City" serves as the intro to the R.E.D. Album and sets the tone for the entire record. The music video was directed by Matt Alonzo.
Save the Boobies: Hip Hop for Breast Cancer Awareness
There are bracelets, TV ads, and even donation boxes at the end of the registers in grocery stores all over the US to help find the cure for Breast Cancer. But, are there any Artists that are helping the cause? Yes there are. An Up and Coming artist by the name of Steve Spiffler is in the midst of working on his Debut EP called “Save The Boobies” (produced by Breeze). Spiffler is splitting up and donating all of the proceeds to different clinics and programs that work everyday to help find the cure for Breast Cancer.
Spiffler will be releasing the EP on October 27th, the end of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In the meantime, he is releasing a free mixtape every single month in 2012 to help promote and gain fans to join him help raise money when the EP releases. The mixtape display his views and thoughts on everyday life, money issues, and his use of marijuana “Some people do not agree with the use marijuana” Spiffler says, “but if you look at the facts there are medical studies that marijuana reduces the spreading of Breast Cancer” The first single and viral video entitled “Lime Light” will be released on iTunes on May 30th.
Video: Skyzoo Revealed to Star In DEMOS Documentary
Kareem Fort, creator and director of the highly anticipated documentary DEMOS, reveals Brooklyn emcee Skyzoo as the star of the film in this newly released trailer. Production is finally coming to a close on the documentary which features interviews with artists such as Torae, Nitty Scott MC, Naughty By Nature, Tech N9ne, Talib Kweli, Jean Grae, Crooked I, DJ Quik, Rapper Big Pooh, Terrace Martin, Freeway and many more.
The latest edition of Fashion Fridays features the beautiful and sexy women of Kaposhe Models. This was a great evening with these sexy ladies. If you are a fan of sexy women this will definitely be the episode you definitely want to check out. Powered by Revo Media.
After leaking the audio last week, David Banner presents the video for, “Believe,” featuring fellow Mississippi native, BIG K.R.I.T off his upcoming mixtape, “Sex, Drugs and Video Games,” scheduled to be released on 5-22-2012.
“Sex, Drugs and Video Games” is a free mixtape, but Banner is asking for fans to support “The Movement”. The goal of “Sex, Drugs & Video Games” is to show the world Urban music is still valuable. And how is he going to do that? Banner needs 2 million of you to download this mixtape for free, then he needs the same 2 million of you to donate at least $1 to the movement; but feel free to donate more, as there is no maximum donation.
And what is “The Movement” you may ask? This movement is to start controlling our own music, movies and content…PERIOD! As David Banner states “We are not simply characters in a video game being controlled by the invisible hand. Once this donation goal is met, I’m going to shoot a movie that will drop 5-22-2013 and a portion of the donations are also going to charity. Big shout out to Louie C.K. for the motivation. Download this mixtape for FREE and make sure to support the movement."
Fresh off their European tour, Brooklynati duo Tanya Morgan are excited to celebrate the iTunes release of the You & What Army EP, along with the release of "Rock The Bells," a brand new visual from the project. Up next, Tanya Morgan will release a new album with producer 6th Sense.
Is society enriched or diminished by its obsession with social media? The costs of the latest cultural phenomenon are brought to light by the artist Headsnack in his satirical new song "Antisocial Networking."
Techno-solitude isn't the only target at which Headsnack takes aim with his biting satire. Texting drivers, virtual role-playing gamers and sordid chatrooms are hit upon, as well. The rapped verses' dark, comic tone is offset by an insidiously catchy hook that echoes the vapid, universal refrain "take a look at my Facebook."
The video for "Antisocial Networking" complements this sarcasm. Produced and directed by Dennis Lucido, the short film presents a deconstructed desktop filled with assorted windows that pop up and vie for the viewer's attention. The visuals and rhythm evoke another era of music videos.
So yes, this de-evolution will be televised. If a danceable diatribe doesn't venture into the Facebook forest it probably will not get heard, after all. "Antisocial Networking" even seizes upon this conflict of interest, as Headsnack points the finger directly at himself as he asks listeners for their virtual thumbs: "I'm just a bitter hypocritical cyber-pirate/using Facebook to promote this in hopes that you will buy this!/So spread this virus on your mobile devices/until you and two million others 'Like' this cause for crisis."
Headsnack is the latest project from Phon-X, founding member of the groundbreaking hip-hop act Regenerated Headpiece.