Sunday, October 1, 2017

CunninLynguists - Alright (Feat. Rob Jackson, Jup & Courtney Campbell

In the wake of the tornado devastation that ripped through the state of Kentucky on March 2, 2012, and claimed the lives of 22 people and destroyed the homes of thousands, local underground artists Rob Jackson and Da'Mon "Jup" Norris, have found away to give back through song. Pulling together a cast of local well-known musicians, they look to share Alright with everybody who will listen.

Fashawn - Confess

Fashawn returns with a new visual for “Confess” off his album, The Ecology. Animated & directed by Hectah, and set in the Wild West, the video is filled with familiar faces, gun fights and sweet revenge; with Fashawn's character fighting his inner demons. To celebrate the numerous "guest appearances," Mass Appeal Records & Fashawn would like to announce a "Spot The Rapper" contest for all fans. Three winners from the correct entries will be chosen and will have the chance to get a signed copy of The Ecology (vinyl) and a tshirt, but also, meet Fashawn and attend a show, as he provides support along the Jewel Runner Tour with Run The Jewels. To make it easy, we're giving you photographs of two rappers in this video, can you guess the other 11?

ScHoolboy Q - JoHn Muir

Music video by ScHoolboy Q performing JoHn Muir. (C) 2016 Interscope Records (Top Dawg Entertainment

Rock (Heltah Skeltah) - Shine Down (Feat. Kofi Black)(Sean Price Tribute)

Rock (Heltah Skeltah): Shine Down featuring Kofi Black, produced by Pascal Zumaque, video directed by The Last American B-Boy, off Rock's first ever solo studio album "Rockness A.P. (After Price)" out now!!! R.I.P Sean Price!

Sha Stimuli - Together

Sha Stimuli’s return to the music industry is now official with his new track and video, “Together”, produced by Redd Lettaz and directed by Alexxiss Jackson.

CunninLynguists - Havana Nights

Kno - Graveyard (Feat. Sheisty Khrist)

Taken from Kno of CunninLynguists' solo debut 'Death Is Silent'.

Yukmouth - ILL

Music video by Yukmouth performing ILL. 2017 Smoke-A-Lot Records / EMPIRE

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Jedi Mind Tricks - Fraudulent Cloth (Feat. Eamon)

From "The Thief and the Fallen" album out now on Enemy Soil.

Vinnie Paz - The Ghost I Used to Be (Feat. Eamon)

From Vinnie Paz's "The Cornerstone of the Corner Store" album.

Slaine vs. Termanology - Land Of The Lost (Prod. Statik Selektah)

Off the upcoming album, "Anti-Hero" available Oct. 6, 2017 on Brick Records. Produced by Statik Selektah. Video by Ill Mannered Films.

Brother Ali - Never Learn

From Brother Ali's full length album, "All The Beauty In This Whole Life" out now on Rhymesayers Entertainment: "This is another presentation made possible by community. We shot it in New Mexico at Dar Al Islam, a beautiful worship and healing center built mostly by American Muslims in the Adobe style prevalent in the Southwest. Spiritual and wisdom tradition holds that buildings should be designed in harmony with the natural beauty of the location, as well as the culture of the people in that area. Many of my elders built this place, and many of my friends grew up there. One thing interesting about this location is that after the death of Tupac Shakur, the Dar Al Islam community opened its doors to film his “I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto" video there. The dancers are Al Taw’am from Minneapolis. You may recognize them from the "Mourning In America” video, as well as their own international videos and news pieces. The twins are dear family friends and leaders in our cultural and spiritual community. Their movement speaks of their family legacy of dignified regality. I believe them to be royalty. They choreographed this incredible piece and brought the entire song and video to life. The video was directed by Kron, whom we've worked with in the past. He and his crew did an incredible job and I'm deeply grateful. Of course, Ant made the track with G Koop playing the instruments and deM atlaS added some additional operatic vocals at the end of the song. Special thanks to: Siddiq, Sidi Hakeem Archuletta, La'kisha Raeesah Holloman, Amir Sulaiman, and anyone else I'm forgetting. Please enjoy." – Brother Ali

C Plus - Do What You Want (Gone)

"Do What You Want" produced by Hippie Sabotage. Video Directed/Edited by Erick Lee for Bosse Media. Download C Plus' debut Album "ALL C.I.T.Y." here:

Raz Simone - Cold

Solomon Samuel Simone' EP now available for FREE download on Follow @razsimone, and Beat by Nima Skeemz. Directed & Edited by Jon Holman.

Dr. Yen Lo - Day 70

From the album,"Days With Dr. Yen Lo". Video directed and edited by Dr. Yen Lo

Scarface - Fuck You (Feat. Z-Ro)

The music video "Fuck You" by Houston legends Scarface and Z-Ro. From the Album "Deep Rooted".

Sadistik - Searching for Some Beautiful

The official video for Sadistik "Searching for Some Beautiful" from the album The Balancing Act.

C-Bo - I'm A Killer

Music video from the Sacramento rap veteran C-Bo.

Ali Vegas - New Day

"New Day" is off of Ali Vegas released album "God Bless The Child".

Monday, May 11, 2015

Choosey - Fly Me To The Moon (Prod. Exile)

This is the first video from Choosey's upcoming release titled Left Field dropping on Dirty Science records Oct 14th, 2014. Download:

Fashawn - Higher

Music video for the song "Higher" by Fashawn. Make sure to pick up the album, "The Ecology". One of the best hip hop albums released this year.

Big Shug - I Bleed for This (Prod. DJ Premier)

Big Shug is back with DJ Premier! This song is from his latest album "Tripe OGzus".

Common - Kingdom (Feat. Vince Staples)

"Kingdom" is from Common latest album "Nobody's Smiling". Its the only track that really stood out to most of that whole album, at least in my opinion.

Joey Bada$$ - Like Me (Feat. BJ the Chicago Kid)

"Like Me" is from Joey Bada$$' debut album, "B4.DA.$$".

Freddie Gibbs - Pronto

From the EP, "Pronto".

Raiza Biza - New Kings (Feat. Spycc & Maia Rata)(Prod. Mzwetwo)

This specific video is titled 'New Kings' and features Spycc, and Maia Rata and is produced by the multi talented Mzwetwo. It is from Raiza Biza latest album 'The Imperfectionist'.

Edo. G - Make Music (Prod. Pete Rock)

'Make Music' from Edo. G's album 'After all these years', directed by Oliver Whitehouse.

Termanology - Streetwise

Termanology is back with another video off his "Shut up and rap" Album. This time its for the song "Streetwise" Produced by The Mighty Moe and with cuts & scratches by DJ Statik Selektah.

Eminem, Royce da 5'9", Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf & Trick Trick - Detroit Vs. Everybody

PRhyme - You Should Know (Feat. Dwele, DJ Premier & Royce Da 5'9")

After finishing up the last leg of their North American tour, PRhyme returns with a new visual for “You Should Know” featuring Dwele. PRhyme’s selt-titled debut is now available wherever fine music is sold.

Foul Mouth Jerk - Opium Den

The first video, “Opium Den,” from Foul Mouth Jerk's sixth full length album Death By Misadventure (which is now available). The video was shot, directed, produced and edited by Foul Mouth Jerk and Jon Jones for Low Batt Studios. Is it the first stop motion animation, crime drama rap video? I don't know, probably.. If you love "Opium Den", just wait for the sequel "The Perfect Crime", in production now.

Raz Fresco - Equinox (Feat. Bishop Nehru)

“Equinox” (produced by Raz) is taken from Raz Fresco's upcoming album, Pablo Frescobar, which will be released on 6-2-15 on Black Light/Duck Down Music. Raz’s self-produced debut features appearances from Raekwon, Joey Bada$$, Bishop Nehru and Chuck Inglish. Raz Fresco is a 20-year old MC/Producer from Toronto, Canada. He's the lead member of the Hip-Hop collective, BKR$CLB. Raz has produced tracks for acts such as, Tyga, Big Sean, B.o.B., Wale, French Montana, Mac Miller and Bishop Nehru.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The Black Keys & RZA - The Baddest Man Alive

"The Man With The Iron Fists" Motion Picture Soundtrack.

Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & EL-P) - Blockbuster Night Part 1

Slum Village - E(I)GO

The Black Opera - Queen of Hearts (Feat. Mayer Hawthorne)

This song is from the album "Libretto: of King Legend".

The OCS - Hometown (Feat. Glasses Malone, Jay Rock & XO)

The Official Hometown Video featuring Glasses Malone, Jay Rock and XO produced by The OCS.

Uptown XO - Good Vibes

The song sounds exactly like the title: AB The Pro builds the beat around a soothing vibe chord change that XO compliments with unorthodox flow. Mirroring the musical mood, the video's director Blackie T takes us to a late summer barbecue in full effect: savory chicken and hot dogs grillin', homies chllin' and playing cards. Lyrically, XO makes clear that though skies may be grey at times, good vibes reign supreme. Lines like "The US Government played us like R&B, we were here before the colonies" point to the underlying conviction that fuels XO's tenacious but honest street style.

L'Orange & Jeremiah Jae - Ice Obsidian

From the upcoming album "The Night Took Us In Like Family" coming April 21st. Produced by L'Orange; Vocals by Jeremiah Jae; Scratches by DJ Iron.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Eyedea & Abilities - Smile

After sharing one of my favourite Deniro Farrar songs its time to share one of my favourite songs by Eyedae & Abilities. The second video from their new album "By The Throat"

Deniro Farrar - Dyingtoseeanotherday (Prod. David Heartbreak)

One of my favourite songs by Deniro Farrar.

Sadistik - Orange (Feat. Child Actor)

Official Music Video for "Orange" by Sadistik.

Run The Jewels (El-P & Killer Mike) - A Christmas F*cking Miracle

I know it ain't christmas yet but I had to share this because I love this song.

Fashawn - Guess Who's Back

Fashawn releases the 2nd video “Guess Who’s Back” off of his sophomore album, The Ecology (executive produced by Nas). The album features award-winning artists and producers including Nas, Aloe Blacc, Busta Rhymes, Dom Kennedy, BJ The Chicago Kid, Alchemist, Exile, DJ Khalil and more.

Mitchy Slick - I Miss My Nigga (The Jacka Tribute)

The official WorldStarHipHop premiere of Mitchy Slick of Strong Arm Steady's "I Miss My Nigga" music video which is a tribute to the late Jacka. R.I.P The Jacka!

Wu-Tang Clan - A Better Tomorrow

This visual was created by Wu-Tang Clan in the hopes of inspiring change and promoting unity throughout the world. Check out the video and share your opinions.

Army of the Pharaohs - Terrorstorm

Army of the Pharaohs releases their music vidoe called "Heavy Lies The Crown".

Styles P - Same Scriptures (Feat. Chris Rivers & Dyce Payne)

From the album, "Phantom and the Ghost".

CJ Fly - Sup Preme (Feat. Joey Bada$$)

Watch the Official Music Video for CJ Fly's "Sup Preme" featuring Joey Bada$$.

House Shoes - Keep On (Feat. CashUs King aka Co$$)

Jay Rock - Parental Advisory

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Blakroc - What You Do To Me (Feat. The Black Keys, Billy Danze, Jim Jones & Nicole Wray)

This song was the first time I heard of the Rock/Blues duo The Black Keys. Blackroc is the name they used when they made their album called "Blackroc". An album which features Hip Hop artists like RZA, Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch, Q-Tip, Jim Jones, Ludacris and Billy Danze of MOP. Check out more of The Black Keys if you enjoyed this song.

Co$$ - Love Again

"Love Again" appears on Co$$' "She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not".

Kendrick Lamar - i

Deniro Farrar - The Reasons

Music video by Deniro Farrar performing "The Reasons".

Recess (Sene & theClubhouse) - DNA

Recess consist out of rapper Sene & theClubhouse.

Easy Money - Takin' It Wit Me (Prod. By 9th Wonder)

2nd single off "The Motive Of Nearly Everybody". The song is produced by 9th Wonder.

J. Cole - Apparently

From J. Cole's new album "2014 Forest Hills Drive".

Da'unda'dogg - "Fuc The Law"

Here is a clip video of "Fuc The Law" to get you ready for the new album "Man Of My Word" coming in 2015... This song is too bring awareness to police brutality, not to bash cops, because there are cops that really do protect and serve instead of neglect and SERVE blows to us. At any rate, hope y'all enjoy the visuals as well as the sounds. Produced by DobCee... 1luv... -Da'unda'dogg Rest In Peace to all those wrongfully killed or beaten by police officers...

The Black Opera - Beginning of the End (Feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow)

A Message from The Black Opera: "What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from." The Black Opera enlist the Queen Georgia Anne Muldrow to reinforce the multilinear concept of the beginning and the end. This songs nuance stands for power, rebirth, triumph, completion, and exhaultation. It is TBO's audible Alpha and Omega." About the album: Trusted with a culture kept under the concrete, the warning has been spread for years. Many assumed their operations were limited to underground societies or secret networks. But, The Black Opera have been among us all along. The time to hide is behind them. There will be no riot; the revolution has already taken place. The Great Year has come. The newest movement from The Black Opera is truth. After the telling of the three part epic, The Black Op: Era I, TBO has returned without allegory or allusion. The Great Year is a modern story of emergence and art- a resistance to assimilation. It is a story of triumph and camaraderie and a renaissance of new thinking. The new album's influences musically are as diverse as they are aesthetically. From tribal rhythms to overdriven synths and from pulsing drums to intimate vocals, The Great Year's sound is distinctly its own. Taking on a modern day palette, TBO has envisioned a new world, musically. With orchestration from creative minds like Tall Black Guy, Wajeed, yU and Arjun Singh, The Black Opera have assembled a team to help them communicate their message to the world.