Archive for September, 2010
Congrats to Chicago artist Paypa, who just inked a deal with SRC/Universal. That’s a big deal because, shit, I don’t think Steve Rifkind, a man who has signed some of the biggest hip-hop acts ever, has signed a Chicago artist since Twista. 19 years ago. Hopefully, his project gets pushed forward and he doesn’t fall victim to the major label fuckery. Salute.
The time has finally arrived. Chicago’s own Paypa has inked his major label deal with SRC/Universal and will begin the recording of his debut album Feel Good Music. In true Paypa fashion, the rising star brought a camera crew with him to film the signing of his recording contract. Most people don’t get to witness what happens behind closed doors when an artist moves from independent to major all with the signing of their name. Paypa lets you in on his world in the following video. It’s a beautiful moment for the young rapper, and this is just the beginning.
Sidenote: Why does this remind me of this? “Just sign your life, I mean your name on the contract”
Rated M for Mature audiences. A provocative new video/mini movie from Chicago-duo Kinky Notti. The name says it all.
One place you don’t want to be is on the opposing end of a Treatmaster Holt tongue-lashing or swift beatdown. It appears the target of this song found himself on both. Shots fired indeed.
Not knowing who this song was dedicated to, I had to ask Holt. His only reply was:
a fat lame that don’t know how to shut the fuck up
I’m diggin’ this video…Something very different from the norm, and hey, that could be anyone behind those neon lines. Do we even know if that’s Curtis and Jeremih? Prove it.
Jeremih’s All About You is available everywhere today. Be sure to support one of Chi-Town’s rising stars.
Mikkey fights the POWER on his latest freestyle, which is to be featured on DJ RTC’s mixtape in conjunction with Colombia College.
On this one, Mikkey proves that if you want something done, you gotta do it yourself. Word to Bobby Brown.