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Jordan Bratton f/ Chance The Rapper – Prisoner

| April 23, 2015 | 0 Comments


Produced by Craven J.

Chance The Rapper joins NYC representative Jordan Bratton on “Prisoner,” a new record set to appear on Bratton’s upcoming Youth EP. And no, Chano and Jordan don’t disappoint

Jordan’s Youth EP is scheduled to arrive May 12th via 1009 Records and RCA, so you have some time to keep this one in rotation until the EP impacts. Listen to “Prisoner” below thanks to ‘Plex.

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Video: Freddie Gibbs – Pronto

| April 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Directed by Nick Walker.

Gangsta Gibbs gets up close and personal with a few snakes (nah, seriously) in the official video for the opening and title track from his Pronto EP, produced by Toronto’s Mikhail and Pops.

Snakes everywhere, but Gibbs ain’t tripping on nothing. Gibbs’ Pronto EP is available for purchase on iTunes now. Cop the EP and watch the video for “Pronto” above now — well, pronto.

Video: Mic Terror & DJ Phil – Free.99

| April 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Directed by Steven Patton and Jamezz Hampton

The Treated and TekLife takeover takes another turn today, as Mic T and DJ Phil emerge with the video for “Free.99.” This great song now has an equally dope accompanying video. And guess what? It costs you Free.99. But be sure to pay like you weigh when that Live From Your Mama’s House EP drops in a few weeks.

Video: Leather Corduroys – Lucile

| April 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Directed by Jake Osmun

Here is “Lucile,” a short film/music video from Joey Purp and Kami. It’s a trip. Literally. Take a wild ride with this bugged out clip you see above.

Check out their Season project now.

Video: Action Bronson Live @ Chicago’s House of Blues

| April 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

“Baby Blue”

Last night, Bronsolini descended upon Chicago for his Mr. Wonderful tour that hit the House of Blues. The sellout crowd was type wild for Bronson’s set, which pretty much included Action performing the Mr. Wonderful album in full.

Big Body Bes was in the building and stormed the stage with a metal pipe for no apparent reason, and Meyhem Lauren was also on hand to kick his patented NYC bars. Before his set closed, Bronson jumped in the crowd and performed all throughout the venue: the balcony, the ground floor, the rafters — he was literally everywhere. If you missed it, we have a recap for you courtesy of Pursuit of Dopeness above and below.

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