A visual has dropped for what is my most favored track off of Blueprint’s newest studio effort Deleted Scenes. Just the second assist to come from the record, the minimalist video matches the lo-fi, downtempo electronic beat that takes its time to build and morph into a deep resounding vibration. The track puts the emphasis on Print’s end rhyme knocking delivery, and the gimmick free approach comes alive in the video. In it he switches between the studio and a local record shop for an in-store performance with fans. Lyrically the Weightless Records chief and Rhymesayers Entertainment rep maintains his signature punch bars like “why the industry keep investing in this laughing stocks, they got cash but ain’t gaining no interest” and “on all the campuses they like you’re my boy Blue, because everything about this habitat is old school.” Check the rest of the new record here, and also peep our exclusive interview with Blueprint that can be found here: Part I | Part II.
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Here is the KushedGod’s “Veteran’s Day” present to us fans; a new music video for the opening track to his King Of New York mixtape. Jet World Order 2 later this month and George Kush Da Button 2 is on DZA’s schedule so be out the look out for those two.
Troy NoKA gives MTV U the exclusive premier of his new music video for his “Feelin’ It” single featuring Dom Kennedy he dropped a couple weeks ago. Also, go download Dom Kennedy and OpM’s new collective tape, Young Nation Vol. 1, which features Troy NoKA on one of the songs with Dom Kennedy titled “So Westside”.
Freddie Gibbs brings it back to his hometown of Gary, Indiana in his new visual assist for the opening track to his critically acclaimed mixtape, Baby Face Killa. Apparently no one can say shit to Gangsta Gibbs in his city since he’s allowed to sit on top of a cop car to shoot his new video. Haha. Well anyway, BFK is one of my favorite tapes to drop this year with features from Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, Jay Rock and more. Download it and drop it in your iTunes if you haven’t already.
Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Action Bronson for an exclusive interview. He talks about how he’s always high, cooking, the origin of his name, getting head backstage, project with The Alchemist “Rare Chandeliers” & much more.
Action Bronson and The Alchemist’s Rare Chandeliers project is dropping tomorrow and is expected to be one of the best collab projects of 2012. And after a short break, Action Bronson is going to be dropping his debut album with Warner in the first quarter of 2013.
The follow-up to J. Cole’s impressive debut album has finally been confirmed for a January release. Born Sinner, his sophomore effort, is set to drop on January 28th, which is also J. Cole’s birthday. Above is the artwork for the first single which drops tomorrow. Below is the video teaser.
And just like that, we get the official music video for “Chandelier” from Curren$y’s The Stoned Immaculate album. Spitta fans who were treated to Priest Andretti last week won’t have to wait too long for new music because Jet World Order 2 is dropping in two weeks.
Juicy J does what he is know best for, which is partying all the fuckin time. The Juicy J and Crazy Mike produced song gets the visual treatment, courtesy of Morning-Side Films, that takes place mostly on their tour bus because they are currently on the 2050 Tour. Watch Above, Enjoy and Stay Trippy Is Still Coming Soon.
In this episode of the Stoned Immaculate Tour entitled, Club Cinema, Spitta misses his flight to Florida and than follow that up visuals that shows the performance while in Pompano Beach, Florida. Watch above and if you haven’t his latest drop, Priest Andretti, we have you covered.
The Game goes to the snowy NY and spits a pretty viscous freestyle that includes addressing Shyne’s comments on Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, good kid m.A.A.d city. Don’t forget that his own project entitled, Jesus Piece, drops on December 11th. Enjoy