Directed by Zae. Produced by Jay Storm.
Mr. Ice Cream Man, but no it’s not Percy Miller. Nor the Luniz for that matter. It’s Montana of 300, and he’s back with his latest visual “Ice Cream Truck.” No “Pop Goes The Weasel” over there. Jay Storm most definitely killed this beat.
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While visiting NYC on biz, No I.D dropped by the Juan Epstein show to chat with Rosenberg and Quatermaine (in for Cipha Sounds) about his illustrious career spanning over 20 years. He talks about his humble beginning in Chicago, his storied career with Common, his relationship with Kanye, Def Jam and much more. It doesn’t get much more informative than this — and you know No I.D. rarely does interviews. Check it out below.
V-I-C returns with another installment in his Red Button series, which he’s calling “Loop God.”
Vic Spencer is on a mission. To be better than rappers. And with the latest releases that he’s been dropping, how would anyone deny him?
Today Vic releases Loop God, a record dedicated to his personal music work ethic on how he likes to dig in the crates for loops. He visits the infamous DC to create the masterpiece. First, he comes up with some crazy loop from a Jesse Boykins III record called Pantyhose and kills that then gets grimy with Common’s record 7 Sins. The way this MC put words together is incredible and he leaves us wondering “why he isn’t bigger than what he is?”
While we ponder that take a listen to the God of Loops.
What are you waiting for? Meet the Loop God below.
Produced by Prolyfic
C. Rich gets down with another mega Chicago talent, Prolyfic, who has produced his new single, “Good Nights.” All-star writer, Marcus French, aids and assists here to make “Good Nights” a true winner, and a memorable release.
C’s Lucid Dream is due out in 2015. And this is good because we need more R&B.
Directed by Luke Gonska. Produced by Doc Da Mindbenda.
YP shared what’s on his mind with “Thinkin Bout” shortly after dropping his Backwood Jones project a few months ago and today, Your Problem’s back with the song’s accompanying visual.
Press play on the clip above and be sure to check out Backwood Jones here if you haven’t done so yet or snoozed on it. YP’s new project is due out next year, so keep your ears and eyes open for more from the Eastside emcee.
A new Glo Gang posse cut, spearheaded by Ballout.
Ballin’ No NBA Pt. 2 coming soon.
We’ve heard rumblings about this video, and now the highly controversial clip for “ABK” from Mic Terror has been released. We’re told that his label, Closed Sessions, opted out of releasing this visual due to the graphic content included. Is it violent in nature, or just good satire? You be the judge. Fresh Prince Of Darkness is available at fine online retailers now.
*You gotta peep Gzus Piece with the briefcase of dynamite, though. Crying emoji.
Produced by Timbaland
The Tink onslaught continues. Today we get another radio rip of a new Timbo-produced banger, that was premiered on the Breakfast Club in NYC. Things are really taking off for the first lady of Mosley Music Group, and we’re so happy for her. Check out “Around The Clock” below. The clock is most definitely ticking for the competition.
Update: Full/CDQ added, via RR.
Fresh off of his College Craze party tour and spinning a few shows for King Louie, DJ Hoop Dreams drops by with a brand new mix for everyone’s listening pleasure. For Squad: The Mixtape, Hoop has taken all of his current favorite songs and compiled them in a nice 48 minute mix for you — yes, just for you.
Hoop Dreams urges you to listen in your car, on the way to the club, working out or while your dunking on people. Got it? Good. Dive into the mix below and look for more from Hoop in the very near future.