Archive for March, 2011
Today, Count & Moonie were joined by the Bawse Rick Ross to shoot the video for the remix of “Kush & Leather”, directed by Da Visionaryz, Will Gates and Brandon “N2ition” Riley. Rumor has it that Jim Jones is also on set, so this is looking to be quite the clip. Look for more pictures and the actual “Kush & Leather” remix coming soon.
Update: More pictures from the set. Alligators, pythons, Jim Jones and Maybach’s. All in a days work.
Sean Mac puts together a little something for your iPods & disc changers. From what I hear, Episode 2 will be pretty serious. Definitely stay tuned for that.
Jim Jones, Game & Count on one track? Need I say more? Be sure to check out Jimmy’s album, Capo, when it hits stores April 5th.
This SC-produced banger will live on forever. Still the most popular beat I’ve seen people jump on around here, at least since FSD began back in late ’07. There are also versions with MarVo and Mass Hysteria floating around somewhere.
Directed by Da Visionaryz.
KC gets his Ebert & Roeper on for this joint which will be featured on his upcoming project, The Grammy Chase.
Footage courtesy of Eric Dahmen
The Taste footage is now trickling in. And yes, your monitors are correct, Sly Polaroid was down in Austin, TX for SXSW. Sly and the Chine crew were about 20 deep (only rivaled by the entourage of L.E.P. Bogus Boys and Infared Music), and hit the Taste of Chicago with a bang. Sly performed a short and sweet set, running through tracks such as “The Bad Guy”, “Voice of the People” and “Gangsta Gangsta”. Here we have footage of almost his entire performance, with more clips after the jump.
A tagged version of “Follow Me” dropped last week courtesy of DJ EVES, and yesterday he finally let the untagged edition fly on his I Know What You Did Last Mixtape (download now). When the original leak hit, it was incorrectly labeled as a Karriem Riggins production, but Karriem took to his Twitter to clear his name and identify Kanye as the tracks actual producer. Further research leads me to believe that this joint was intended for Finding Forever, not Be or Like Water For Chocolate as previously thought. I really don’t care where it’s from as long as it’s some new music from Rash. Here’s to hoping we’ll get that new project this summer.
Also, a source close to Common informed me that The Dreamer, The Believer is near completion and is about 80-90% done; with No I.D. handling most, if not all, of the production.