Archive for August, 2011
Buck is back with two new visuals. Glad to see some new music from one of Cashville’s finest. #Salute.
I’m Ready Now
Dope cut from North Carolina natives Phonte, King Mez & Charlie Smarts. The track is scheduled to be on The Dropouts new project, LSD.
Extended version of Talib Kweli and Jean Grae’s video for Uh Oh. Dig the plot – watch them take down a crooked boss.
First single from Blu’s highly anticipated album, NoYork! Video shot in L.A. by aaronisnotcool. Produced by Shafiq Husayn.
Nice – a free LP of new instrumentals from Vancouver B.C.’s Moka Only is available now. 15-track album in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Perfect for dropping bars in the car More >
Ohio MC and beatsmith J.Rawls presents the latest video from his new album The Hip-Hop Affect in stores now. Rawls steps behind the mic on this one to break down a true love story. Featuring fellow Ohio native Afaliah. #OhioBorn! Shouts to Columbus.
Wow. Wasn’t expecting this one. Nice to see E still doing his thing. New video for Ain’t Me off the Green Eyed Bandit’s upcoming mixtape Breath of Fresh Air. Rozay isn’t in the clip, but it says a full version is coming – probably still working it out. Anyways, watch for cameos by Prodigy, Grafh, Fredthegodson and more. Directed by James ” Kraze” Billings.
The latest from Spitta, presented by DJ Drama. Nice #jets. Click through for tracklist and download link More >
Perfect for the weekend. Biggie Smalls meets Atlantic Starr. DJ Drewbyrd mixes classic Biggie acapellas with cuts from the iconic 80s R&B band. Tracklist and link follow More >
Not cool. The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team and a Chinese professional team got into a major scuffle at a recent exhibition match in China. On a 10-day diplomacy tour of China commissioned by the U.S. State Department, Georgetown squared off against a professional Chinese team, the Bayi Rockets. According to various reports, tension quickly escalated as the game got more physical in the second half. The teams were allegedly exchanging words all game long. More >