Tag: Mic Terror
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.
Earlier this week, Chicago’s band of brothers, otherwise known as the Treated Crew, dropped by Sway In The Morning on Shade 45 to chop it up about a number of topics and perform live in studio. The interview is super informative and talks about their latest release, Treated Tribe, and introduces the rest of the Crew to the world. Mano also talks about his split with Kanye West as his official DJ for the very first time.
Check out both videos below — required viewing. If you’re in NYC tonight, be sure to catch them alongside Katie Got Bandz at SOBs.
A few weeks back, Minister Louis Farrakhan held a city wide outreach, inviting influential Chicago rappers, industry representatives and street figures to an undisclosed location for round-table discussions on how to curb violence in Chicago and abroad. Longtime friend of FSD, Antwone Muhammad b.k.a. Twone Gabz, played a big part in helping spearhead and organize the event, so we reached out to him for details and to also relay the message of they’ve set out to accomplish.
On Aug 17th & 18th, Minister Louis Farrakhan invited Hip-Hop Artists & Street Organization Leaders to a two day event that began with a powerful message he delivered entitled “Troubled World & What Should We Be Doing;” followed by a dinner with everyone and ended with a group discussion the next day to address the violence in Chicago and abroad. Minister Farrakhan also addressed some of the beefs throughout the music and street community. Some of the artists in attendance to this event included Jay Electronica, Talib Kweli, No I.D., GLC, King Louie, Katie Got Bandz, G Count, Spenzo, Treated Crew, Hustle Simmons, Lil Reese and Fredo Santana. Antwone Muhammad a.k.a Twone Gabz was instrumental in helping to organize this event along with others. This two day event produced a surge of inspiration to many that attended. Minister Farrakhan is currently organizing with others throughout the entertainment industry as well as the street in effort to decrease the amount of violence that is sweeping through Chicago.
Click below to see pictures from the events…
Produced by Doc Da Mindbenda
Mic Terror links with Grind House comrade, Doc Da Mindbenda, for this love song dedicated to his favorite form of foliage. Mic T, unhappy with the negativity of the outside world, gives it up to his one true love: Mary Jane. The beat one this one is too fire. Enjoy!
Directed by Thomas Mottier.
Now that everyone’s had a minute to digest Mic Terror’s latest LP, Mic decided to give everyone a look at what went into putting the album together. Mic speaks on working with Closed Sessions, how he approached the album and much more. Things get a little weird towards the end, but we’ll let you see that for yourself.
The Fresh Prince Of Darkness is available on iTunes now.
Produced by Mike Jaxx
Closed Sessions Records recently partnered with Spotify for a deluxe and reloaded version of Mic T’s debut, Fresh Prince of Darkness. The project dropped a couple of weeks back but now it’s back bigger and deffer. Included on the redux is a remix of “15 Minutes” featuring a new Hollywood Holt verse, as well as two new joints entitled “I Can’t Hear You” and “Rodney King.” Today we have “I Can’t Hear You” for your listening pleasure.
Head here now to check out the new version of FPOD. You can hear that.
Last night, The Cool Kids were on the bill for Mic Terror’s Fresh Prince Of Darkness release party at Chicago’s Hard Rock Cafe. Chuck and Mikey joined the Treated Crew for an all-star showcase, and gave an inspired reunion set. Above you can check out the duo running through their hit “Black Mags.” Shouts to POD for the video.
Mic Terror, Mano & Gzus Piece “Bout That”
Last night, Mic Terror held the official release party for his new album, Fresh Prince Of Darkness, at the Hard Rock Cafe in Chicago. The bill was stacked with the Treated Crew’s finest, as well as other dope Treated Crew affiliates. If you missed the show, don’t fret, as we have a few recap videos on deck courtesy of Pursuit of Dopeness. Check out Mic Terror alongside Mano and Gzus Piece for “Bout That” above and peep Mic Terror doing “15 Minutes” below.
Fresh Prince of Darkness is available at fine online retailers right now via Closed Sessions.
We’ve continuously told you how great Mic Terror’s debut album Fresh Prince Of Darkness was. Well, today is the day you can show your support by purchasing the project, released via Chicago indie outfit, Closed Sessions. Support local, buy local. Circulate the dollar. All of that.
Almost all of the Treated Crew shows up here, so do your part to support one Chicago’s most storied crews. The album is packed with dope lyrics and great beats, so we suggest you give it a spin. Right now, you can try before you buy with the album stream directly below. Hit the jump to get started.
Produced by Ryan ESL.
With the release of Fresh Prince Of Darkness just one day away, Mic Terror decided to give everyone one last preview of what’s to come with “N.W.G.”. On “N.W.G.”, Mic touches on the gun violence in the city and how the media portrays it.