Directed by Stephen M. Prewitt. Produced by Trap Money Benny If you’re looking for 100 Proof, chances are you may catch him in the kitchen. And if you’re looking for this clip’s mp3, then you find it on the Cleveland represenative’s recently released project, OB4HL IV. Got it? Good.
It’s a Detroit affair as a few of the city’s finest join Richy Marciano for the official remix D-Mix of “My N****s”. D-Town is definitely represented on the mic here. Richy’s new project, Emphasis On My City, is due out soon.
Directed by Ethan Lander. Nelly’s current single (and Andrew’s favorite song — haha) receives the visual treatment. Click play and ride along with the St. Louis vet. Look for Nelly’s new album, M.O., to be released later this year.
ESGN and Gary, IN’s own Hit Skrewface doesn’t have 21 questions, just one and he asks that question with the help of Wayne Blazed on his latest single. If you like what you hear, be sure to cop the mp3 on iTunes.
Cudder keeps his word and unleashes a new joint from his forthcoming album, Indicud, produced by himself. Cudi’s feeling immortal and I’m feeling this track. Look for Indicud to drop later this year.
Directed by Rowe Shot Me. Cleveland emcee TreaZon has kept it real since day one and reminds those who forgot with his latest clip. Look for this record to appear on Treaz’ Reality Escape project due out soon.
Detroit’s Danny Brown and trap/bass producer (and the guy behind “Harlem Shake”) Baauer just unveiled the dates for their upcoming Worst Of Both Worlds tour. Didn’t see that one coming, did you? Hit the jump to check out when Danny and Baauer will be in your city. Spotted at Fader.
Presented by DJ Knyce & Meel. Cleveland, Ohio represenative Paper Paulk comes through with the first volume of Street Dreaming, his freshly released mixtape. Hit the jump to stream/download.
Say hello to FSD Midwest. The Chicago scene has been front and center of our coverage here at FSD and now we’re going include the rest of the Midwest as well. It’s only right, right? We’ll continue to shine the light on Chicago’s happenings, but it’s time that Detroit, St. Louis, Indianapolis and other Midwestern…