The prolific rapper hailing from Delaware, J. Gillie, just dropped a brand new music video for 'Soul Food'. Honestly it's rather challenging keeping up with J. Gillie's output, as it seems that every year he's releasing more two or three projects. In no way are we complaining, as the dude is a breath of fresh air in the stale, commercial landscape of hip hop.
In the video we get a peek into the surroundings that J. Gillie calls home, while he spits an uninterrupted two minutes plus of machine gun verses over a beat worthy of vintage A Tribe Called Quest.
Check out the "Soul Food" video below and download Going To Mars on iTunes.
Native of Mallorca and world traveller, Vincent Dean, just released his debut solo single "Missing You" from his upcoming album Colours For Jasmin. While not a hip-hop artist, he's equally influenced by hip-hop and funk as he is soul and R&B.
"The grease and the groove from funk and hip-hop music, that is the consistent foundation for all my music. Even if I end up with writing what comes out to be a pop song, the rhythmic roots are still in hip-hop and funk. They're my inspiration and motor to write tunes," says the crooner of funky pop.
Check out the latest Visual for "Ray Charles" From St.Louis representer & Unsigned Hype artist "JU" (Formally Ju The Czar) Look for his "Revival" album project to make an impact soon. Follow Ju on Social media via @Deseradoju2 Instagram @jublackflag Twitter
(AllHipHop News) This week Trinidad James dropped a video dedicated to plus sized models and women who are outside of the modeling industry’s typical slender shape.
The Jon J directed music video showcases the vibrant Hip-Hop artist along with guest artists Mystikal and Lil Dicky as they celebrate full figured women.
In the video for “Just A Lil Thick (She Juicy)” Trinidad is filmed at an Atlanta house party where plus sized models flank the rapper and his featured counterparts.
“Don’t hide it. Celebrate it this summer and every day that you live… cause what I do know is life is a speeding bullet out the chamber and this bullet of life can penetrate and surface as long as you believe it can! #JALT is a Female Anthem delivered through the perspective of a Curvy Woman,” says Trinidad James.
The Atlanta rapper continues, “every song I heard for the last 3 summers that were ‘per say’ dedicated to the females were always delivered with either “Vixen,” “Bad Bitch,” “Model Chick,” or “Slim Thick” as the canvas.”
“Nothing wrong with that, cause I love those women too, but what about my #CurvyWarriors?! Society has a weird way of showing appreciation for one another. Just let the person on the other side know, somebody got LOVE 4 YOU. Be Big, Be Fine, Be You my Loves.”
On Wednesday this week (April 27), the artists hosted a New York Pop Up Event for their new DJ Mustard produced hit single where the guys premiered the music video and performed sets by each of the 3 artists.
Be sure to catch the #Trindicktikal trio’s outrageous appearance on Funny Or Die that premiered on the #1 comedy brand last week.
In this cautionary tale called “Watch Yo’ Self,” the 3 rappers find themselves responsible for customer safety at a liquor store. Watch the hilarious video below.
Check out the video session for Seymour Banks' single "Flex" above. Check it out and post your feedback below. The official video for the single is coming REAL SOON, so keep checking back for more updates.
(AllHipHop News) There is a long history of Cash Money Records not properly paying artists, producers, and other individuals that have worked for the company. The label’s biggest star, Lil Wayne, is still fighting to get unpaid profits from CMR.