Archive for December, 2011
Future joins Louie on stage for Lou’s rendition of “Louie Montana,” live at Adriana’s.
Cameos from Young Jeezy, Twista, YP and the DC Gods.
Shout to The Smoke Booth
I’ll let Onis himself explain this one:
What is “The Orientation?” It’s a beginning to a life long journey, geared towards sustaining an Onis(Honest) living. Capturing real life themes and situations, “The Orientation” offers something the regular Joe’s and Jane’s can relate and attach themselves to. “You know before every job or new stage in life, there’s an orientation or introductory period. This project is the prelude to what’s to come, an introduction. I want people to progress and grow with me on this path. It’s a lengthy road to ultimate success. I just want to provide real, good music along the way.”
Hit the jump to check out the tracklisting and download.
You probably remember D. Steele as the producer who dropped the Common collabo “Let’s Move” seemingly out of nowhere. Well, today he returns with a new clip with Simeon, as well as his full length project, the detonator vol. 1 – the 40 year old version.
If you’ve been paying attention, Com Sense has been shouting out Chicago’s own Add-2 at every chance he gets. Whenever pressed on who his favorite up and coming rappers are, Com is quick to shout out Add. Not a bad cosign…and not a bad picture up top either.
This should hold you over until Add’s Save.Our.Souls. drops.
DGainz produced the record and directed the video.
While Chase N Dough produces for many artists in the city, he passed the reigns to Gainz for this one. Double up.
Common has eluded cancellation. The western drama he stars in, Hell On Wheels, that airs on AMC, was greenlit for a second season–a major feat in the ultra fickle world of television. I’ve still yet to watch it: these are my confessions.
Fans of Common and his new show Hell on Wheels will surely be delighted to hear that it will be back on AMC for a second season.
The suspenseful western drama brought in an impressive 4.4 million viewers on its debut, which was the network’s second highest rated show behind The Walking Dead. Viewership has since slowed down, with 2 million viewers per episode, which was impressive enough to land it a second season.