Tag: Mic Terror
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.
Produced by Doc Da Mindbenda. Mixed by L Boogie for THEMpeople.
It’s 4/20 so of course Highlife emerges from his brief hiatus to give us something new. It wouldn’t be 4/20 without him, duh. And with Mic Terror and Doc Da Mindbenda on board it truly seals the deal. So today it’s a family affair with “Bitches Rollin’ Blunts.” And to that I say: everybody [scratching noise] get your roll on.
Treated and Tek Life are back again. What, you thought they were done? Well, just know that last week’s leak from their upcoming Live From Your Momma’s House project hit #1 on our songs of the week list (check “Free.99″ here.)
“N Dis” is the second installment from said EP, and they’ve connected the dots yet again for this footwork-ready release from the two talented Treated and Tek titans. Say that three times fast. Get up “N Dis” directly below.
Also, if you’re in Chicago tomorrow night (4/9) be sure to stop by their fundraiser at East Room for Mama Hope’s fundraiser for the Akili Girls School in Kenya. Details for which can be found below.
Produced by Teklife Phil.
Teklife meets Treated on “Free.99,” the first offering from Live From Your Momma’s House — an upcoming collaborative EP from Teklife and Treated Crew. Mano, DJ Spinn, Taso, DJ Earl, DJ Taye and DJ Gantman handle the production on the EP, while Mic T provided all of the vocals.
No word on when you can expect the EP to hit the e-streets, but my guess would be soon. While you wait for the EP, listen to “Free.99″ below via Pitchfork.
Shot by Seuss Leroy. Directed by Mic Terror. Produced by Snapback.
One of my favorite tracks from White Gzus’ Stackin’ N Mackin’ Vol. 2 gets the video treatment, and it’s the butter smooth, “Return Of The G.” But don’t let the breezy backdrop from Snapback fool ya, these Treated Crew brothers aren’t to be played with, as they wear their G loudly and proudly.
This video brings it back to the Death Row era in terms of the content of in-studio and conference room beatdowns. It’s about to be a Suge night! It’s the return of the gangsta, thanks ta…