Archive for March, 2011
Twista currently on the set with DJ Khaled and Busta Rhymes shooting the clip for Khaled’s “Wecome To My Hood (Remix)”, which features about 10 different emcees. This is definitely a nice look for T, who is holding down the Chi on this one.
Sidenote: Is it time for a Twista x Busta EP?
Shot by Davy Greenberg for Elephilms.
Kids These Days took Austin by storm and Davy G. was on hand to get footage. Be sure to head to Sir & Madame (938 N. Damen) and pick up a copy of their EP, Hard Times.
Directed by Ken Koller. Produced by Mike Waxx for iLLRoots.
Straight out the jungle Jumanji we have a very dope and different clip from Chip’s Gift Raps project, which was produced by Chuck Inglish. However, Big Duke manned the boards on this one. If you somehow missed Gift Raps, you need it in your life immediately. We in this hoe.
Last time we caught up with Rockie, we followed him through L.A. during All-Star weekend. For the latest installment of Life On The Otherside, we find Rockie & company at SXSW enjoying what Austin had to offer. From the Illmore to the Taste of Chicago.
David Dallas is Duck Down’s latest signee. That’s a lot of D’s on one label. Pause that just in case. Here’s the video treatment for the joint he did with Fredrick Gibbs.
Wanted: The identity of this man. Just curious who he was and how he was related to Saturday’s Lupe Fiasco Celebration at the House of Blues. Was he the official host? A promoter? A man who walked off the street and into the venue by accident? We may never know. What I do know, is that when this man took to the stage to try and calm down an unruly crowd thirsty for Fiasco, and the people weren’t feeling him. At all. I guess telling a group four hours deep into drinks to “call the fuck down” doesn’t always work the best. Couple that with claiming he was a Blackstone and you’ve got a situation on your hands.
Per usual, Bobby Rocwell was on hand with a camera to catch the tomfoolery. There’s none better in the City when it comes to that, and you can quote me.
From what I understand this is some sort of Lasers leftover. I was actually very surprised Bobby Ray didn’t make Lasers in some capacity, but this explains it. Love always shines, and leftovers always surface. Any new Lu is always welcomed.
Hosted & Mixed by Boi Jeanius & DJ L
My man Rotimi is absolutely making his presence felt right now. Between a video in rotation on VH1 Soul and a monster single with Gucci Mane, he’s definitely headed in the right direction. Today he drops off his latest mixtape, The Resume, featuring 15 new tracks alongside the previously mentioned joint with La’Flare as well as Dawn Richards from Dirty Money. Do yourself a favor and download/stream below the jump. Check the resume.
Hosted by Reks. Presented by The Hip Hop Project. Sponsored by FSD.
As promised we have DJ EVES latest mixtape, I Know What You Did Last Mixtape. You may remember he dropped the unreleased Common joint (produced by Yeezy) last week, which was a total win. Be sure to check out what he whipped up on his new release – you won’t be disappointed. Tracklist and DL link below the cut.