Archive for March, 2010

Video: Agacee – “Doin’ Me” + US Open Mixtape

| March 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

Directed by Mike Carson.

Today we get a 2 for 1 Agacee deal.  He drops his new video for “Doin’ Me” as well as his new mixtape, Agacee’s World: US Open Vol. 2.  Both courtesy of What’s In My Headphones.


After all the anticipation, and the few leaks we gave you from this tape… It’s Finally Here!! What’s In My Headphones and Agaceeworld.com presents Agacee’s new mixtape Agacee’s World Vol. 1: US Open… Featuring Add-2, production by Slot-A & more!

Agacee – Agacee’s World: US Open Vol. 2

Video: Kanye West Freestyle From ’02

| March 30, 2010 | 1 Comment

An unreleased video of Kanye freestyling back in 2002. This verse later became “My Girlfriend”, which was his freestyle/track over Jay & Bey’s “Bonnie & Clyde ’03”.  Remember how much people ripped on “Bonnie & Clyde ’03” back then?  It wasn’t so bad in hindsight. Just sayin.

Spotted @ NR

Video: Thelonious Martin – “Love Lost”

| March 29, 2010 | 3 Comments

Thelonious Cats…

This is the first release from the anticipated beat album 1up dropping in early May, the album produced by up and coming producer Thelonious Martin is sure to be a great follow up to his widely accepted beat tape Life of a Teenage Champion. Using only pictures, this stop motion esque video guides the viewer through the beat so listen, watch and enjoy

Video: PaperBoy – “My Tears”

| March 29, 2010 | 14 Comments

Directed by Will Gates

PaperBoy is part of Bo Deal’s Killa Klan.

Common – “Testify” (88 Keys Remix)

| March 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

Rash was trippin’.  This remix is pretty solid.

nation has the details via 88:

I hit up Kanye & asked him if he had the a cappella files for this (which wasn’t out at the time). He gave me the files without hesitation. I turned over this remix rather fast but never finished it because I couldn’t come up with a hook for it. I played it for Kanye & he liked this a lot. So much, in fact, that he was going to reach out to Brandy to lay a hook down on this. Unfortunately, for me, Common didn’t feel this half as much as ‘ye did.

Common – “Testify” (88 Keys Remix)