Archive for January, 2010
Mic Terror & Davy Greenberg got together Monday to shoot the clip for Mic Terror’s super dope track, “Send It Up” , which was something I hoped to see a video treatment for.
The video was shot at various locations on the Southside of Chicago and features appearances from Project Mayhem, Ray Protege and comedy duo Lance & Jason. The finished product should be impacting shortly.
Be on the lookout for more Davy Greenberg-directed clips for Project Mayhem, GLC, Rockie Fresh and Vic Mensah on the way.
This is pretty hilarious. Aziz talks about the time Kanye invited him to a club and then over to his house for a party, subsequently leading to Aziz having to tell jokes to Kanye’s guests.
Aziz’s Initmate Moments for a Sensual Evening DVD, CD & MP3 are all available now.
Spotted @ NahRight
Be sure to tune in to the Mo’Nique Show next Tuesday night, January 26th on BET, to catch Really D. Williams performing live on her show.
First Kimmel, now Mo’Nique. What’s next?
“Womb to the Tomb” feat. Pill
Last night, Fredrick headlined a show at the Highline Ballroom in NYC. Also featured on the bill were Mickey Facts and Das Rascist.
Rap Radar was on hand to get some footage of Gibbs’ set, and filmed tres tracks. The first is “Womb to the Tomb” with Pill on hand, with “Murda on my Mind” and a new cut off Str8 Killa No Filla after the jump. The man is on fire right now….
Rip game proper.
This joint premiered tonight on DePaul Radio. I’m sure the official CDQ will drop any day now.
Rockie Fresh feat. YP & Bighomie DOE – “Fly Like This”
Shouts to Gates
Lupe has teamed up with Kenna & Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park for “Resurrection”, a track to support the Haitian earthquake effort. You can donate and download the song with the widget below. The full press release is after the jump. Shouts to Lu for doing his part!
On January 12, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti. Hundreds of thousands are feared dead, many of whom are children. Millions more are in need of medical attention, shelter, clothes and food – just to make it through the days ahead. It will take years to rebuild homes and communities. You can help. Lupe has partnered with Music for Relief by donating/recording a brand new track “Resurrection” with Kenna to support the Haitian Earthquake response effort. Artists include: ALANIS MORISSETTE, THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS, DAVE MATTHEWS BAND, ENRIQUE IGLESIAS, HOOBASTANK, KENNA, LINKIN PARK, LUPE FIASCO, PETER GABRIEL AND SLASH. You can join us and support of the immediate relief and long-term recovery process in Haiti by downloading the music player, listening to your favorite songs and making a donation for your downloads. Visit www.musicforrelief.org to download and donate Funds raised through the program will support the United Nation’s rapid disaster response efforts through the UN Foundation , the long-term rebuilding of sustainable homes with Habitat for Humanity and Dave Matthews Band’s BAMA Works Haitian relief efforts. 100% of funds received will go directly to the Haiti efforts. DOWNLOAD. LISTEN. DONATE. SPREAD THE WORD. BRING HOPE.
Chicago Hip-Hop steps up to the plate on January 31st for a benefit concert for Haiti. We have paired with a handful of groups, various websites, stores and companies to bring you Every Drop Counts Chicago, to raise funds for the disaster in Haiti.
The show is 17+ and you can buy your tickets online now for $15 or for $20 at the door. Please don’t hit me up to be put on a list or try to get free tickets. All support and funds are needed and we have a hell of a lineup in store – not to mention gifts and lots of special guests. $15 to see all these acts and support a good cause? Do I even have to ask?
Buy tix here and below are the details:
Every Drop Counts is a grassroots organization assembled in response to the recent devastating earthquake in Haiti.
A group of young artists and activists in Chicago came together with the goal to raise funds in order to send filtration equipment that will provide sustainable, clean bathing and drinking water. Thus, the name Every Drop Counts. We began by establishing a Hip-Hop and soul benefit concert—scheduled to take place in Chicago on Sunday, January 31, 2010. The benefit is meant to create awareness of the fundamental need and human right to access clean water. Water is an essential resource to the vitality of human life, it engenders prolonged community building and development. We are partnering with local sponsors and non for profits to insure we maximize the urgency of survival in Haiti. Our primary partner in our efforts to facilitate the distribution of this critical resource to Haiti is the World Water Relief.
Every Drop Counts Benefit Concert, will include performances by:
Fred Hampton Jr., M1 [of Dead Prez], Jean Grae, Mystic, Rhyme Fest, The Cool Kids, BBU, FM Supreme, Mic Terror, Mikkey Halsted, He Say She Say, Kids These Days, Haki Madhubuti, DJ Sean Mac, DJ Izzo, and appearances by countless surprise guests.
Reggie’s Rock Club
2109 South State Street
Chicago, Illinois 60616
Time: 8 p.m CST
Price: $15, if purchased before the show ($20 at the door)
All proceeds from ticket and merchandise sales will go directly to World Water Relief, a Operating Division of Emergency Response Resources, Inc., a 501c3 charitable corporation whose mission is to deliver water filters to disaster areas and third world countries around the world. Clean water filters range anywhere from $4,000 to $4,500 a piece; WWR has agreed to match us up to $5,500. These water filters can produce one gallon of water per minute, providing immediate and long term use for a community of people.
Hit the jump for a special Every Drop Counts video.
This is a promo for Mikkey’s upcoming ‘Leader of the New Cool’ show in LA on January 26th. Also featured on the bill are Curren$y, L.E.P. Bogus Boys, and others.
This little promo is interesting for the simple fact that Mikk talks about ALL of his upcoming projects – including the Photo Album, Darkroom and the Best You’ve Never Heard mixtape.
Shot by Brandon “N2ition” Riley