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Eminem’s career has been a wild ride, filled with ups and downs — but mainly ups. But how did it all come together? How’d he get in the game? Who was there to help him? Well, watch as Complex documents the story of the label Marshall built with testimonials from Paul Rosenberg, 50 Cent Royce Da 5’9″, Dr. Dre and many more.
When Vo said he was coming out swinging in 2o15 he wasn’t lying. Week after week he dropped new tracks, complete with looks alongside DJ Mustard, Yung Berg, Shawnna, Young Chop and Bo Deal.
Well, Vo has packaged these tracks together in one nicely crafted project, along with a few joints you’ve yet to hear. He’s calling this project CVC, and if you know Vo, and have even casually followed his career, then you know exactly what that means.
Find a deeper understanding below.
Some new #FREESWAG from the Crack Man himself, Chris Crack. And today, he’s got his New Deal Crew compadre Cutta riding shotgun. He’s got plenty on his mind (and you know this if you follow the man on Twitter), so listen to him wax poetics on this new release.
Crack’s work ethic is unmatched, and find out why below.
Congrats are in order to BJ The Chicago Kid, who was just tapped by E&J to be the face of their new Generations of Soul campaign. BJ stars as the new kid on the block, while Raphael Saadiq plays the O.G., with Lee Fields playing the elder statesmen, undisputed legend.
Their goal? To tell the story of Soul through the generations. And BJ is in good company. This is a dope little spot for BJ. Enjoy it up top.
Produced by Lund
Sir Michael Rocks and his comrade Pouya put some fire in the hole on this hot new release titled “FYE.” I’ll chill with the “fire” references as long as you agree to hit the jump and press play, cool? Either way, this one is heat rocks.
Okay, I lied.
Directed by Forman James
Man, the connection is type terrible on these cheap phones nowadays. Get a smart phone or find some wifi or something. But my phone is always getting poor connections when dudes try and FaceTime me (when did that become the wave?)
Basically, DLow sends this new video out to the ladies out there who need a better data plan. Text before you call. Better yet, don’t do either at all.
Produced by Flight. Directed by J. Krown.
These Feo Mob boys got something going. They’re building a nice little team over there, complete with rappers, producers, directors and much more. The bench is deep. This video comes complete with tanks (no Colonel Percy), ski-masks, smoke dungeons and cityscape scowls. It feels like the dead of winter — but in a good way.
This is part of the Mob’s March Madness series, which official kicks off today, right here, right now.
Directed by Nick Brazinsky. Produced by Young Chop.
You could try to walk a mile in the Walking Legend’s shoes, but you don’t know the half of it, and definitely wouldn’t last half as long. Check out Fredo’s understated and reflective new video up top, filmed on location in Los Angeles.
Produced by Hippie Dream
It’s been a little while since we’ve had some new tunes from Monstrous Mike. But thankfully the creature living under your bed and hiding behind a dark corner is back — this time with Hippie Dream behind the boards. This trance-like track will leave you feeling a bit disoriented, but impressed at the same time.
It’s what goes bump in the night. It’s Monster Mike. And it’s “All That.” No Nickelodeon.
Today we have something dope that was freshly cocked up by Chicago’s bustling Remix Project. Sylvie Grace and Chandler London are repping the Remix properly with this new leak titled “Baby Baluga.” Really digging the sound and direction on this one. Something a bit different, that is sure to grab your attention. I know it grabbed mine. Meet the “Baby” below.