Here you go folks!- Turn that volume down and get ready to see Rihanna mix nudity, violence, and marijuana to create something right out of a David Fincher movie. Enjoy her latest video to drop off of the still elusive R8 album- 'Bitch Better Have My Money'
In February, the Bay Area and the entire Hip Hop world lost rapper Tha Jacka when The Mob Figaz member was killed in Oakland, California. Two months before being shot, Jacka released his album What Happened To The World which included the track "Addict."
There was a time when if you were a rapper and you went on a Hip Hop Show guess what you did? You would actually go on there and Rap, Freestyle at worst kick a written verse just perform at least. This is not the case today it is not required or asked of to have artists get busy on the mic. Sway who hosts Sway in the Morning on Sirius radio keeps the tradition alive by having emcees do what he calls the 5 fingers of death. Where he changes up the beat and periodically throws out words that the emcee has to keep the freestyle going based off those words. He had King Los stop by and it's safe to say that Los snapped during this segment. Successfully completing the 5 fingers of death and continuing to freestyle acapella for an additional two minutes on his own. This had Sway talking his talk about wack excess along with Heather B! Pick up King Los new album God, Money War out now on iTunes
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