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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
This is a segment produced by Creador Pictures from parts of AfroLatinos the Documentary. It is a short segment explaining the relationship between Haitians and Dominicans. Check out www.AfroLatinos.tv.
Exclusive new street video for Blak Twang's new song "Before N After", filmed and edited by Silvastone.
Produced by Silvastone complete with a Bruce Lee Enter The Dragon sample, Twang describes the song as just some food for thought to recognise the changes; some for the better some for the worse."
Before N After will feature on Blak Twangs forthcoming new album, Elevelation a lyrical album tailored for his hardcore audience coming soon.
Enjoy the debut of the Aknu Media experience from Esham, "Stop Selling Me Drugs". Off the upcoming project "Suspended Animation". Digital Download now available on iTunes:
Distant Relatives Interview (VEVO @ SXSW)
Monday, March 29, 2010
Nardwuar vs. Nas
Lloyd Banks New Music video
"On My Way"
Off of "The Cold Corner"
Directed by 50 Cent
H.F.M.2 coming summer 2010
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Friday, March 26, 2010
Lloyd Banks Music Video for his mixtape track: "Big Bully"
Off of "V.5"
Directed by 50 Cent
Download V5 here: http://www.thisis50.com/pag...
H.F.M.2 coming summer 2010
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Tony Yayo - "Obama" Official Music Video
Video Directed by 50 Cent
Off "GunPowder Guru"
Download full digital LP at:
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
Continuing to collaborate with creative visionaries, ABSOLUT Vodka presents this new 15-minute short film featuring Jay-Z. The documentary, titled NY-Z, was directed by Danny Clinch and paints a rare portrait of the global hip-hop icon. With unprecedented access to Jay-Z the days and moments leading up to, and after, his legendary September 11th benefit concert at Madison Square Garden, Danny Clinch gives us an intimate glimpse into Jay-Z: his childhood, his motivation as an artist, his passion for music, and his muse, New York.
NY-Z kicks off the ABSOLUT Concert Series, a collaborative partnership between ABSOLUT and two New York icons: Jay-Z and Madison Square Garden.
More exclusive content at Facebook.com/ABSOLUT.
The Haiti Relief episode! Sadat X and Will Tell taste wine from our friend Robert and his Plata wine company...
The Vietnam episode! Sadat X and Will Tell enjoy Plata Wines from our new friend Robert in LA.
"Keep on Moving". This song will be featured on "Hurry up an Die Volume 3" hosted by DJ Lazy K & Bizket
and the Maybach Music Group debut release from Young Dice's "Palm Trees in New York".
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Pondering social and political double standards six years ago in prison, Saigon highlights his lyrics to "Shok TV" (produced by Michael "DJ Shok" Gomez for Saigon's Abandoned Nation mixtape) as one of his favourite verses for SoulCulture.
"Life. Like when I seen 9/11 and I see how fast they was, quick to go 'find Bin Laden', spend billions of dollars to so-called go to 'war with terror', spending all this money... but meanwhile there's so-called been a war on drugs for years and years and years... but meanwhile there's tonnes of cocaine sneaking into the country under your nose? It don't make sense. You're telling me all this coke and crack that's wreaking havoc in our communities; y'all don't know where it's coming from? ...That shit didn't make sense to me."
Global health care inequality, destructive financial distribution and government lies... Saigon summarises it all:
"That's the biggest gangsta rap ever: The Star-Spangled Banner."
I said listen, I'm a nigga on a mission
Do what I gotta to put my people in position
Help 'em envision a better living condition
Stop putting so much trust in your religion
They couldn't conquer without division
Boy you still black, I don't care if you Catholic or you Christian
Police'll still fuck you up, young buck
Bust you in your head, leave your body by the dump truck
Revolution got me pumped up
But it's still a fact black people think so fucked up
How they got money to go war with whoever wrecked the buildings
And none for Africa's HIV infect the children
That mean the money for a life they can save
They rather use it to send a life to a grave
And that's not righteous ways
That ain't even the half, my real-a-real
I could write for days, but I don't know how they might behave
You seen what they did to the 'Pac's, Martin's, and Marvin Gaye
Could you picture the Black Panther party today?
Using Hip Hop to say the same thing Marcus Garvey would say?
Imagine Malcolm X over a beat
Tryin' to rally up the troops and take control of the street
Still in the window holdin' the heat
But now we got soldiers on the corner like police patrollin' the beat
Fuck G.E.D.'s - Niggaz need DP CD's
We don't need PCP; we don't need flat screen TVs and DVDs
We need more knowledge of who we be
Do we really know where the guns come from?
Do we really know where the drugs come from?
How come it only affects us and not them?
How come Jesus Christ has still not come?
Why am I wrong if I kill a nigga that punch me?
But it's right for you to blow up a whole country...
J. Rose - "Like Her" [ft Dama Nilz]
Directed by Logrithmic
Co-Directed by J. Rose
Produced by George Burnz
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DIRECTED BY WILLIE THE KID. EMBASSY ENT AMG CLOCKWORK MUSIC PRESENT WILLIE THE KID LA THE DARKMAN 'NECESSARY WAY' PRODUCED BY LEE BANNON. NEVER A DULL MOMENT EP COMING SOON....
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Lloyd Banks - "Beamer, Benz, Or Bentley" feat. Juelz Santana Official Music Video - FULL HD
1st official single off his upcoming album. Download on iTunes - http://bit.ly/9UPdth
Video starring Maino and Beanie Sigel
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Lord Superb Explains The Falling Out With Ghostface & Raekwon. Speaks On Being In Jail With Tony Yayo.
(Video) Lord Superb Speaks On Writing For Shyheim & How He First Met Power, Ghost & Rae (Part 1 of 4)
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
"Take Em 2 War part two got anthems people! And a crazy ass cover too! Why the masses sleeping on Crown City is beyond me. I'm saying tho if you still don't believe then you might be retarded or at least really really slow. The talent will not be denied. I was three listens deep on this joint and I was thinking classic. I mean cats got Cormega to shout them out and Rapmullet.com. Thats big, me being a hard core Mega fan and all but I couldn't let the bias shine. Lol as near a classic if there ever was one tho." - Rapmullet.com
Read the rest of the review here.
Doo Wop // Cormega // Miami Kaos // Big Tobacco
TE2W PT. 2 - THE INSURGENCY
iTunes READY LINk
1. TE2W Pt. 2 Intro - Doo Wop, Gab Gacha, & Willie Maze (Pd. by 40 Below Ent.)
2. Warriorz - Willie Maze, J. Rikashay, & Freddy Lashes
3. Wherever We Go - Camiliano & Trujillo (Pd. by Brisk)
4. I Never Left - Evil Eye (Pd. by White Shadow of Norway)
5. The Insurgency - Rod Da Blizz (Pd. by Madlib)
6. Sleepless Child - Trujillo & Camiliano (Pd. by 40 Below Ent.)
7. Purgatory - Evil Eye, Willie Maze, & Ali Vegas (Pd. by DJ Nice of Crack City)
8. Pop Off - Willie Maze, J. Rikashay, & Freddy Lashes (Pd. by The Great Zee)
9. The Hard Life - Consep & Trujillo (Pd. by K.O.N.)
10. Cold Summer - Willie Maze & Wizdom (Pd. by Sid Roams)
11. Block Muzik - Rod Da Blizz (Pd. by The Labor Dept.)
12. Bring It - Willie Maze & Evil Eye (Pd. by The Beatnuts)
13. Royalty Freestyle - Consep
14. Return Of Mr. Good Bars - Rod Da Blizz (Pd. by The Labor Dept.)
15. Funny Sensation - Gab Gacha (Pd. by Prince Machiavelli)
16. How It Is - K.O.N. & Consep (Pd. by K.O.N.)
17. Still Got Blue Tops - Camiliano & Rod Da Blizz (Pd. by The Labor Dept.)
18. Never Look Back - Trujillo (Pd. by Doe'p Mann)
19. Crown City Tradition - Camiliano (Pd. by The Labor Dept.)
20. Niggaz Talkin' Shit - Consep
21. Party & Bullshit - Trujillo & Evil Eye (Pd. by J. Dilla)
22. I Hear You - Camiliano & Willie Maze (Pd. by 40 Below Ent.)
23. The Blackout Show - DJ Camilo, Gab Gacha, Joell Ortiz, & Trujillo (Pd. by Juju of The Beatnuts)
Special thanks to everybody that made this project come to life. Shouts to Rated R (You killed it!!!), Miami Kaos (Thanks for going the extra mile cover is bananas!!), Thanks to Cormega for taking the time out, of course can't forget Doo Wop for the murderous intro, The Labor Dept. for supplying some of the best production in the game, The whole Crown City family & everybody else that made this possible. Hope yall enjoy the tape we worked really hard on it.
For Video Production & Mixtape Hosting Contact: DJ Rated R - (647) 210-7251
For Graphics & Logos Contact: Hardcore Designs/Miami Kaos www.myspace.com/miamikaos
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Monday, March 8, 2010
Saturday, March 6, 2010
DJ Drama & Fabolous - There Is No Competition 2 Mixtape Trailer
01. The Wake
02. I’m Raw
03. Body Ya
04. Hard Feat. Kobe, Paul Cain & LA The Darkman
05. Oh Let’s Do It
06. Suicide 2 Feat. Paul Cain & Freck Billionaire
07. It’s Goin’ Down Feat. Freck Billionaire
08. Roger That Feat. Freck Billionaire
09. Love Come Down
10. Popular Demand Feat. Paul Cain
11. Mr. R.I.P
12. Body Bag Feat. Cam’ron & Vado
13. Beamer, Benz, or Bentley Feat. Lloyd Banks Juelz Santana
14. For The Money Feat. Nicki Minaj
15. Tonight Feat. Red Cafe
16. All The Way Turnt Up Feat. Trey Songz
17. Say Somethin’ Nigga
18. Funeral Service Music Feat. Kobe, Paul Cain, Red Cafe & Willie The Kid
19. Bring Death To Em’
20. Exhibit F
Friday, March 5, 2010
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Monday, March 1, 2010
Several hip hop websites are reporting that Guru of the legendary hip hop group Gang Starr suffered a serious heart attack over the weekend that has left him in critical condition. Not many details have been released as of yet but we really hope and pray the man pulls thru. The group Gang Starr is responsible for countless hip hop classics. Guru is the lone emcee of the group with production provided by the legendary DJ Premier.
Title: Holla @tcha boy
Director of Photography: Christian San Martin
Label: Strictly Live Music
"Nuclear Winter represents many things. It represents dark times in our lives, it represents the state of NY hip hop & how I feel about it, & it represents my blueprint on how I think the music should be done going forward into the future. This is my manifesto to all the people that doubted me & the kryptonite to all selfishness. It's a journey from darkness into light, & from bondage & the huge amounts of weight on our shoulders to breaking free and regaining our freedom. Nuclear Winter we're coming to take shine....." - Willie Maze
The Generals consist of emcees Willie Maze & Dime.
Released 17 July 2012 Art & Direction: Willie Maze
For Booking & Info Contact: Williemaze@gmail.com
All Songs Recorded & Mixed by SPKilla Muzik
Cover Artwork: Miami Kaos