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Yung Berg a.k.a. Hitmaka stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk bout what he’s been working on and much more. Berg speaks on working on Nicki Minaj’s album (Berg produced four records on The Pinkprint), Love & Hip Hop, and even clears the air regarding some recent allegations from Ray J and his manager.
Check out the full interview above.
While we wait for The Mixtape Mechaniks to unleash The Crib Vol. 2, the collective drop by with an exclusive from Treated Crew’s own Mic T and Gzus Piece. Production here is handled by iLLeeT and Doc Da Mindbenda. This joint goes.
The Crib Vol. 2 is coming sooner than you think, but “120” should hold you over until it surfaces. Check out what Mic Terror and Gzus cooked up below.
Billard snapped with this one.
The Cleveland representer’s latest drop, “Junkies,” features verses from Kap G and the late Doe B and it’s just as tough as you would imagine. This joint is set to appear on Billard’s upcoming Love Day EP, which I’m definitely looking forward to hearing.
Until then, check out “Junkies” with Doe B and Kap G below.
Directed by Kendu. Produced by Mike Hurst.
Gee Watts serves up another great visual. This time around, Gee’s single “Symptoms” gets the visual treatment in preparation for the release of his Kansas City State Of Mind LP.
Wondering what life’s like in K.C., MO? Press play and let Gee and Riley show you. Kansas City State Of Mind drops December 30th and is available for pre-order on iTunes now.
Milwaukee spitter Pizzle connects with Honorable C.N.O.T.E. for another banger, which they’re calling “Lena Horne.” This joint was set to appear on Pizzle’s upcoming Grand Design project, but he decided to cut it loose. Consider it an early Christmas present. Check out “Lena Horne” below and look for Grand Design to impact early next year.
Can’t flop, won’t flop.
Taylor Bennett drops off a brand new joint, which serves as the second official offering from the upcoming Lead Never Follow compilation from Leaders 1354. Spanish Diego on the beat.
Lead Never Follow Vol. 1 and the special edition ‘Lead Never Follow’ long-sleeve tee that Taylor’s rocking above are both due out early next year. In the meanwhile, peep Taylor’s contribution to the project below and remember — flopping isn’t an option.
To prepare everyone for their Keeping The Faith LP due out in February, The O’My’s rise up singing with their new single which the group just dropped via EW. Looking forward to hearing the new project from these guys. In the meantime, give “Rise Up Singing” a listen or two below.
Revolt TV spent most of the summer in Chicago filming Chicago Love, a documentary exploring the many factors and causes of the city’s violence and other troubles. The 90-minute film includes interviews with King Louie, Lil Bibby, No I.D., G Count, Young Chop and many more. The documentary originally aired on Revolt on November 26th, but the film is now available online in it’s entirety.
“The City of Chicago is well-regarded as one of the greatest in America,” said executive producer and VP, Programming & News Rahman Dukes. “”Chicago Love” encompasses not just the violence in the city but how a failing school system, the community and music, all play a significant party in this ongoing epidemic that continues to plague the city. The violence in the city is very real and there are many variations we explore that must be changed for the better of the youth.”
Produced by CHAD.
Real life neighbors (not really, but kinda) Saba and Lucki Eck$ keep it nice and mellow on “Next Door,” which I’m pretty sure is the first collaboration we’ve ever heard from these two. Hopefully, this isn’t the last one we hear from Sab and Luck.
Two thumbs up here, guys. Listen to “Next Door” below, thanks to P&P.