Tag: Pugs Atomz
Directed by Pugs. Produced by Mr. Dibia$e
Pugs takes it back with some memories of Chicago hip-hop’s yesterday with his latest visual, “Loser.” I’ll let Mr. Atomz explain further, but it begins in the 9-9 en route to an All City battle.
The year was 1999, we were headed to the Chicago All City Battle for me to compete in the freestyle competition and win some money. On our way from the Point we decided to catch a few tags…This track is produced by Mr. Dibia$e taken from Pugs Atomz “Bama Pi” Album, available now
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me. Nah, never that.
Produced by Awdazcate
Longtime homies and collaborators, Passport P and Awdaz, connect yet again for the superbly-produced new collabo “Shit 2 Do.” Ain’t got shit 2 do? Got a lot of shit 2 do? It doesn’t matter, find time for this one. It’s the right shit 2 do.
The Fever is due out on 3/31/2015.
Directed by Phil Jordan
Pugslee and Awdazcate take us to Lake Michigan aboard the Anita Dee II for a real life love boat, with this Araab Muzick-produced ode to Iridium. Yes, from the looks of things this Iridium Life party was rocking, and some of the best in the city came out to support. Some dope cameos and shots of the lakefront here. Life is good.
Produced by Portformat
Pugslee is back with a new release — and this time he’s paired up with Senegal producer Portformat. Pugs always has a bunch of irons in the fire, so you can count on hearing this on one of the many projects he’s putting together for the end of 2014 and early 2015. Dude stays working. But you already know that.
Pugslee jumps back down with frequent collaborator Anton Genius for the funky “Papya Juice.” Anton handles the production and feature duties, while Pugs does the heavy lifting on the lyrics. True story: this is actually just a freestyle. Drink up, but don’t drink and drive.
DJ Vadim f/ Pugs Atomz, Psalm One, ShowYouSuck, Qwazaar, Ill Legit & Thaione- This DJ (Chicago Flex)
Produced by DJ Vadim
Take your idea of a posse cut, then feed it after midnight (a’la Gremlins), pour water on it, then main-line it steroids. For a week. I’m pretty sure you’d end up with this “This DJ (Chicago Flex),” posse cut. The verses aren’t the longest, but the artists jump in, spit and then dip before you even realized what happened.
Check out the beast below.
Directed by Pugs Atomz. Produced by Japandrew.
Nowadays you can’t walk down the street without almost running into someone on their phone, blankly staring at their screens. Hell, I’m guilty of it at damn near all times. Nothing can be missed and everything must be documented. That concert you’re at? Well, you need to film the whole thing. Will you ever, ever revisit that footage? Hell no. But it’s there just in case.
Today, Pugslee pokes fun at this trend with “GYCO” — or Get Your Cameras Out. Nowadays we don’t even help people, we just pull out our phones and yell WORLDSTAR. Things will never change, but it’s still fun to have a laugh at it. Technology will move one, so we need to as well.
Shot by Cos G. Directed/edited by Pugs Atomz. Produced by SoulParlor.
Pugslee switches gears a bit with this new one, “Four Door,” is is more on the house/dance tip. But this is a good thing. It’s from his most recent album, Bama I, out now on Tokyo Dawn Records. Check out this unique clip, starring visual artist, Ennis Martin, above.
Directed by Bliss Tropic TV. Produced by IAMNOBOI.
Pugslee takes things to the bubble bath — literally — with the release of his latest video “Bubble Bath.” Pugs states that he always wanted to make a Jodeci/Ginuwine-esque track and he recently explored that freek’n’pony territory with the vision/track you see above. How could you not like this one?
This video is somewhat NSFW (depending on where you work) and features the lovely Nagat under the bathing act. This was filmed in Jamaica, so don’t go out looking for her. Grab Pugs’ Benetton Days project right here.
Produced by Tensei.
It’s deeper than rap for Pugslee Atomz. Life and health are really the most important forms of wealth you can have, because without either of these two you really don’t have much (if anything.) But while there are may pills to help to cure whatever ailment you may have, something’s just can’t be.
“got off the plane found poppa had a stroke/ hope he lives to see my kids now that’ll be dope”
A little while ago I was flying home from from London after some amazing shows with DJ Vadim. When my family picked me up from the airport and slowly informed me my dad had had a stroke and was in the hospital. It was funny up until that point I never had seen my father in that light. As he started the road to recovery we began to talk more about everything from his medication to the new music he was into now (Lianne La Havas ) . It’s crazy how many pills they give you and have readily available for all that ails you. But in certain circumstances there’s no medicine, no drug that can really help the situation. And in that, this song lies produced by the all live talented production duo Tensei (Plug Research). With additional buttery vocals from UK soul singer Jazz Bailley.
For me I feel this is one of the best song I have ever written expressing the universal human experience in these days and times. I hope you watch and take a listen to “some music to think to” and share it – Pugs Atomz
Soundcloud link below…