Never mind that it’s November 24th, today is actually April 13th. Well, at least according to Michael Uzowuru. Everyday is April 13th for him. Today, the producer/artist releases some vaulted material from former Kids These Days-members Vic Mensa and Donnie Trumpet. Not sure how old this joint is, but it’s always nice to hear these two together. Check out what this trio put together under the jump.
Directed by Reel Sharp Films. Produced by Young Chop.
Chop Squad Monday’s continue with a new visual from Rampage. Here they bring the intro of his The Come Up mixtape to life. This is only the beginning. Truly.
While most of us get together with our families this week to celebrate Thanksgiving, Chi Hoover has different plans. Thanksgiving? No, he’s repurposed and renamed the holiday as No Luv Giving. No word on if food will be served.
Chi’s holiday offering includes 12 new tracks including work with King Louie, DJ L and Bread Doe. Check it out below.
Directed by Zae. Produced by Young Chop.
Chop Squad Monday’s are here and in full effect. Kicking things off is Johnny May Cash, who recruit the red hot SD for “Where I’m From.” Johnny’s new project comes as highly anticipated, while SD just dropped one of the dopest of the year. And damn, Chop killed the beat. These three are most definitely in good company.
Directed by Nick Astro
Nick Astro has to show you something. What is it exactly? I’m not really sure, but I think it’s happiness. So turn that frown upside with this new video for “Magic Carpet.” Take a ride up top.
Nick’s new album, Listen To New Music, produced entirely by Dee Lilly will be out in the near future.
Produced by Mike Jaxx
ShowYouSuck gets otherworldly on this latest release, “Mars Attacks / XFiles.” He’s a natural when it comes to the supernatural — and this new one is no exception.
Dope artwork, btw. Because if I had to describe this record, it sounds like a pizza party in space. 30 minutes or less or nah?