Tag: Mic Terror
Directed by Steve Matiasek.
The Treated Crew? Whoadi, we bout that. And today the bad guys in black return to FSD with a brand new video for Mic T’s “Bout That.” Fellow Treated Crewians, Gzus Piece and Mano, feature on this eerie track, that now has a smokey accompanying new video.
After you burn one down and feast your eyes on clip, be sure to buy Mic’s album, Fresh Prince Of Darkness, which was one of the best from last year. But we’ve already told you that numerous times. We’re bout that, and you should be, too.
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.
A Treated exclusive, produced by Doc Da Mindbenda
It’s the Holiday season, and Doc Da Mindbenda and Mic Terror are in the giving mood. As a gift, Doc Da Mindbenda bundled up all the bangers he produced in the 2014 to create a project called The Prescription. Vic Spencer, Boldy James, Fatboi Fresh, Sean Price, Dally Auston, Sulaiman, YP, White Gzus and others get busy over Doc’s beats, and being the good guy he is, Doc also included some exclusives you’ve never heard.
The crown jewel being this Mic T record called, “She Goin.” It’s easy, breezy and oh-so smooth joint with Mic Terror getting, uh, some of the ladies going over a cleverly flipped Coming To America sample. It’s a gangsta rap lullaby, and it gets two thumbs up. Check both “She Goin” and The Prescription below. You’ll be going, trust me.
You can thank the RX, Doc, for the gifts.
Fattboi Fresh, Bold Face James and Mic T connect for “Don’t Eeen Trip,” the first offering from The Mixtape Mechaniks’ upcoming follow-up to The Crib.
Don’t eeen trip — The Crib 2, hosted by Bodi Deeder and Giftz, is coming soon. In the meantime, check out Fatboi, Boldy and Mic’s contribution to the tape below.
Directed by Aaron Perkins Jr.
It’s a bosses meeting, and you’re not invited. In the clip above, the brass from FOC and the Treated Crew gather for an epic feast in dedication to the trues. The trues get together on True Tuesday to break bread and celebrate life and loyalty. With APJ Films behind the lens, he gives us one of ACE’s best videos to date. Sometimes the simplistic minimalism works. And today, that’s the truth. The bad guys wear black, and today the bad guys get another W.
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.