For the first official video off their new Live In Concert EP, Wiz and Spitta decide to film one of their many smoke sessions and turned it to the official video for ‘Toast’, as they should. Must be a great day because Spitta also dropped a new solo video last night. Live In Concert is out now.
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Fabolous makes his way to Power 105.1 to kick it with the crew and spoke about his run in with Ray J awhile ago, not joking as much on Twitter as he use to, Loso’s Way 2 and a lot more in this 30 minute interview. Check it out above. Grab The SOUL Tape 2 if you haven’t already.
For the fifth set of visuals to come from Curren$y’s last solo mixtape, he gives the self-titled track the official video treatment. New Jet City is out now. Roll up and enjoy the new CJ Wallis-directed video above.
Crazy that Kreayshawn directed this video because yesterday I was just wondering what she’s been up to. IAMSU! link up with Wiz Khalifa head to high heights to deliver some visuals for ‘Goin’ Up’ off his $uzy 6 $peed mixtape that dropped last year. Also, that’s not even the last project he put out because earlier this year, he put out Million Dollar Afro with Problem which is worth checking out. Kilt 2 coming soon.
While out in New York for Rome Fortune’s release party, Tim Larew of The Fresh Heir sits down with Childish Major, who produced one of the hottest tracks out right now, to talk about the success of “UOENO”, working with Rome Fortune, what he has in store for the future, Two 9′s Curtis Williams and a lot more. Check it out above.
After the successful release of his new mixtape King Remembered In Time, Big KRIT sits down with Ambrosia For Heads for an extensive interview where he touches on a lot of things like:
Meaning behind King Remembered In Time
Process of recording the mixtape
His purpose as an artist
The Banana Clip Theory
Bun B being his mentor
Pimping vs. Hip-Hop
Consequences of one night stands and substance abuse
Using poetry in his music
Struggles and pressure with first album
Letting fans down with his album
Working with 9th Wonder and BJ The Chicago Kid
Working with other producers
Artwork for King Remembered In Time
4Eva N A Day & Return of 4Eva,
Using stars on his cover
What to expect on his next album
This is a great interview to watch if you’re looking to get a glimpse into the genius mind of Big KRIT. This is only part 1 of 3 of this interview. You can watch the remaining two parts after the jump.
NY’s very own Mr. MFN eXquire keeps the momentum going with the release of a new clip titled ‘Nightfall At The Thames’, which feature tracks from his upcoming Kismet mixtape such as ‘The Cauldron’ and ‘Noble Drew Ali’. Take a look at this new Shane Annas-directed visual above. No solid date on the release of Kismet just yet, but look out for that to drop sooner than later.
Pusha T takes us to Paris to give his Kanye West and Don Cannon produced cut the official visual treatment. Looks like the rumors were true about Chief Keef working closely with Kanye West on his upcoming album because Keef and Kanye make a cameo in this new video. Lookout for this to appear on his upcoming debut solo album, My Name Is My Name, available in stores on July 16th.
While stopping by Hot 97 to promote his new album, Talib Kweli proceeds to spit a 4 minute freestyle for Funk Flex over a classic Mobb Deep instrumental. It’s safe to say Talib still got it after all these years. Make sure you support him and buy his new album Prisoner Of Conscious (STREAM), which comes packed with 17 tracks with guest features coming from Curren$y, Miguel, Kendrick Lamar, and a lot more.
Minneapolis emcee Greg Grease will be making a major appearance this month with a slot at the Soundset Festival, but in the mean time check out this incredible in-studio performance of “C.R.E.A.M. Dreams” and “Death Ballad” at the University of Minnesota’s student run Radio K. With a DJ on the deck and disco ball spinning above, Grease delivers a flawless live rendition of both songs from his album Cornbread, Pearl & G. Easily one of my favorite new artists, don’t sleep on Greg Grease.