With the anticipation set to swing into full effect for the release of O.N.I.F.C., Wiz lets go the 3rd video from the project with Cam’ron on a stroll through “The Bluff”. Sporting some pretty hefty coats through out, the two Cameron’s make it well known that there is no shortage of cash around their parts.
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Flatbush Zombies roll through Nitehawk Cinema & discuss their favorite movies and The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack. I’m not real familiar with Flatbush Zombies’ music outside of their last mixtape D.R.U.G.S. but after seeing their live show in Miami a couple weeks ago, I had to go back and check these guys out. Their last tape is solid so download that if you haven’t already. They also cap off the video with a freestyle over a Chuck Strangers instrumental.
Tennessee artist Case Arnold drops the first official set of visuals titled “The Moment” from his upcoming tape, The Myndstate. This track goes. Case Arnold drops some dope bars with a unique flow over this Caleb Sarikey production about living in the moment and not letting chances pass you by because tomorrow isn’t promised. It’s been awhile since we’ve heard some new music from him so this upcoming tape is going to be refreshing. Also, check out The BedHead Diaries and get familiar with Case Arnold.
Scoop explains his musical roots, the term “Scoopin’It,” the impact of “I Wanna Rock” on his career, his introduction to Dr. Dre and what made The Recipe so special, and he walks us through the creative process of “Poetic Justice.”
Game continues his Sunday Service series with this new track titled “Stripper” featuring Wale. This track was suppose to appear on the Jesus Piece album, but because of sample clearance problems, the track won’t make it so Game chose to drop it for today’s Sunday Service. Game also called his new album a classic so take this as a taste of what kind of material you can expect to hear. In my opinion, another solid track from Game but I’m not sure about classic-worthy.
Mibbs & Be Young of Pac Div stop by 90.5FM KSJS ‘ Stop Drop & Roll Show for an exclusive interview with The Barhemian & Strong Arm. They performed at The Beat Shop, an all ages venue, later that night along with Sir Michael Rocks.In this exclusive interview, they touch on a few things, including their influences which include Wu-Tang, A Tribe Called Quest, Dogg Pound, Onyx, The Pharcyde, EPMD, etc. They also speak on the role of Like in the group, who is not only the third member, but also an active member in producing tracks for Pac Div. They also speak Bay Area music, E-40, Too Short, The Jacka and other bay area artists The Div listen to and are influenced by. They also elude to the fact that “Black Acura” and “Bank” tracks which are on iTunes, will have visuals soon.
GMB drops in three days; November 27th.
Game promised a special Thanksgiving service yesterday which turned out to a new music video for the first Sunday Service song he dropped with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. Jesus Piece in stores on December 11th.
Here is the 6th episode from Juicy J’s Day 2 Day vlog series of his time on the road for the 2050 Tour and features appearances by Wiz Khalifa, Chevy Woods, Lola Monroe, Berner, Tuki Carter, Casey Veggies and Los.
The Windy City duo of theWHOevers are at it again with a new video, right on time to watch after that turkey & “greens” set it. Steadily putting on shows in the Chi and pushing their movement, they continue to gain more and more buzz towards future releases. Don’t look over their latest effort in the RedTape which is filled with those vibe out tunes and check out the video to their first single off the tape, BBQ (Bump That) here.
Doobies to: Ruby Hornet
Them country boys The Nappy Roots have left their hometowns in Kentucky and Georgia to go on a nationwide tour to support their new mixtape Shit’s Beautiful. After tearing it up on the West Coast the boys swung through Telluride, CO, the Daily Chiefer’s satellite city, to chop it up with us. Then they broke out the bottles and Colorado buds and put on one of the livest shows this region has had all year. The exclusive interview will be coming real soon. Despite being on the road, the guys managed to drop this dope visual for the mixtape that features their tour’s opening act Jef Jon Sin out of Kentucky. Jef showed mad love for the Daily Chiefers too, and was truly living out our name while visiting at 8,750 feet – really high. Spin this and be sure to check the mixtape and also peep Skinny and Scale’s new project 40 Akers.