Already? Yup, already. MoSS comes through with the visuals for that "Boombastic" we just posted. Featuring Slum Village. Very worthy. Watch and enjoy, and link back to the audio if you like.
Watch 'em double up and switch up to bring awareness, style and rawness to Slam Poetry in another way. Darius Simpson and Scout Bostley speak for each other, and in so doing, show us the "Lost Voices" that result when society's downtrodden do not get to express their struggle their way themselves. Good stuff! FREE download of the audio available.
Damn. I... DAMN! This is a great idea. All that is left is the delivery. What if we took the guttural energy of the "Rocky" franchise, put it in a movie, but not necessarily a sequel? How about a movie about a son - not Rocky Balboa's, but Apollo Creed's son - that we never knew about? That kid, could come up HARD, like his dad. Gravitating toward boxing, as a metaphor for a life rife with fights, this kid could be brash and indignant - just like his dad - but not like his dad. He doesn't even have to like his dad; because he never knew his dad.
That Compton city kid Kendrick Lamar continues to raise the bar with every project, every single, & every new video. Check out the latest video for Kendrick's latest single "Alright" off of his critically acclaimed "To Pimp A Butterfly" album. This that type of video that'll give you the chills because it's just that good creatively. Very dope indeed!
Fendi & Dirty Money Ent. Presents: Phendi "Imaginary B*tch"Dir.Nimi Hendrix
Check Out Meek Millie's Interview with Power 105's Angie Martinez where he talk's about his new album, relationship with Nicki Minaj, his various talks with Jay Z, and the way he was mistreated during his arrest and much more.
On July 31, Florida wild man rapper Gunplay will finally release his much-anticipated and long-awaited debut album Living Legend on MMG/Def Jam. Today, Noisey is thrilled to premiere the video for the album's first single, "Wuzhanindoe," which features YG. The visual for the ferocious track-produced, of course, by DJ Mustard-follows Gunplay and YG wilding around south central Los Angeles. It's intense, in your face, and everything we've come to love about Gunplay. - via Nosey
Check out the visual to Sweet Da Kid's debut single "Reloaded"