With their second collaborative album out now and certainly leaving an impact Killer Mike and El-P re-visit the album with the official visuals for ‘Lie, Cheat, Steal’. The duo are working on a remix of the album also, which is expected to land soon. You still sleeping on this duo?
Yo Gotti wastes no time in delivering the first set of visuals post the release of his Concealed mixtape, which you can grab over here. The video is for the title track from the project as Gotti and his crew hang out in Memphis.
At the end of last year, I kept receiving emails about a up & coming new talent from South Florida named Jordan Hollywood. At first glance you think ok the jig is high with this, and to be honest, I never took time to check the kid out. However, a few nights ago I browsing around Youtube, and after every video I watched, this video kept popping up. Eventually I decided to let the video ride. I was shocked, Jordan Hollywood had decent video. The beat by KE On The Track was insane and the hook is very catchy and radio worthy. Check out the video and song below from Jordans forth coming untitled EP. Video directed by SnapBack Films. (more…)
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from now 20-year old Mississauga artist John River, but he’s back. As he continues to work on his new project ‘The Storm’, John follows up “Hope City II”, which appeared on his last project ‘The Calm’, with “Hope City II”. Video directed by Trayne Adjei. (more…)
At the top of December, ItsBizkit brought us the “Long Island vs. Everybody” cypher, but apparently there’s so much heat in the neglected borrough that he made a part two. On top of being shot well, there’s some pretty dope characters in this set. Watch it after the jump. (more…)
The region of New England is a stronghold for American culture, granted that is where this nation was founded. Their blue collar ideology spills out into their art, sports and everything in between. Providence, RI native Eman Ohyeah exemplifies that same DIY attitude. Being a self-taught engineer, opening his recording studio and duplication center, he definitely knows the value of hard work. Today, Eman Ohyeah releases the official visual for his Sean Murdz produced single, ‘Thuggin Wit My Hoodie On’. The UK based producer provides a gritty background for the MC to expound on his grind. Greene Films are behind the lens for the eerily dark clip.
New York is in the building thanks to RRose RRome and Styles P and they’re serving up a new video for a record that lets the money do the talking. “Money Holla” is brief, but the intensity of the single makes up for what it lacks in length. Watch the visuals for the Poob-produced cut after the break.
The collective OverDoz have impressed and gained quite a heavy following with the quality of their material. The latest offering comes in the shape of a visual for the Hit-Boy produced ‘Rich White Friends’ which will land on their 2008 LP, which we still await some info on. Watch the visuals below.