Archive for January, 2010
Video by Nick Brazinsky
This is The Suppliers First Single Released Off of the First Shipment Mixtape Due to drop at the end of February. Features Include: Gorilla Zoe, Gucci Mane, Yung L.A, L.e.p Bogus Boys, Sly Polaroid, Marvo, Jack Frost & Hot Dollar. Mixtape is being hosted by: DJ MoonDawg, DJ ROCKSTAR & DJ ILL WILL!
You can also download the dirty/clean version of the record below, for you listeners and DJs.
Another day, another L.E.P. video. Can I borrow a dollar?
I’m not sure who shoots more videos – GLC or L.E.P. Every week it seems GL is shooting something new. Last night, GL, Cold Hard, Really Doe and many more were on hand to shoot the clip for “Momentum”, which was featured on GLC’s Respect My Come Up mixtape. Davy Greenberg directed the clip, so keep on the lookout for more clips and pics coming soon.
Download: “Momentum” (Prod. by Tony Baines)
Any new tracks produced by
Ynot Twilite Tone are welcomed. And something with Prime? Count me in. Looking forward to hearing more NEW production from Tone. He’s what the game’s been missing.
Here’s a one out of several collaborations between The Primeridian and legendary producer Twilite Tone (Ynot nevertheless). Other songs include features by Add2, Peter Hadar and Koku Gonza. This one features Mikael who some may remember from The Primeridian’s collaboration with the Molemen called “Soul Controllin.”
The Primeridian – “Groovin’ To The Beat” (Prod. by Twilite Tone)
Tonight (January 26th), be sure to tune into BET for Really Doe’s first impression on The Mo’Nique Show.
Check your local listings for exact times. Support Really D.
A N2ition & FSD Production, track produced by Maja 7th.
I know I’ve been talking about this record for a while, and now we’re finally ready to unleash the visual to the world. This is the first official release from the Maja 7th & FSD release, The Breakout, which is due out in February.
Shot and edited by Brandon “N2ition” Riley, we filmed this video in Chicago and Gary, IN, to highlight the vivid imagery within these two cities, which are only a hop, skip and a jump away from eachother. This clip really brought these two cities to life.
Look for Mikkey & Freddie to perform this track tonight at Leaders of the New Cool in Los Angeles.
Sunday night, Timbo the King strolled through the Windy City for his Shock Value 2 tour and performed to a packed crowd at the House of Blues.
Interestingly enough, Tim was able to locate recent milk carton dweller, Petey Pablo, who we haven’t heard much from since aligning himself with Suge Knight and Death Row Records. Tim brought Peter out [II] to perform the always-dope “Raise Up”. Wait, is that song really 9 years old? What in the?
Below we have some additional footage, including Timbo doing “Say Something”.
Too bad he didn’t bring out Twista for any of their collabos, including “Who Am I” and “Is That Your Chick”.
Shouts to Compton for the vids.
Here’s the footage from this past Saturday’s Sprite Step Off at the Regal. The Midwest’s best Greek steppers hit the stage and killed it. With $21,000 in scholarship dough on the line, everybody came with the goods.
Access courtesy of Sprite Inc.
And, for the record, the Tau chapter of AKAs at Indiana University is a VERY serious matter. I don’t know what they put in the food down there, but Chicago needs to follow suit.