Tuesday, March 31, 2015
ProbCause | Pale Moonlight (Live at Lincoln Hall 2015) Check out the live version of Pale Moonlight featuring ProbCause, Cofresi, KSRA, KAT V and Charlie Coffeen of Sidewalk Chalk. Live at Lincoln Hall 2015. Download the original version of this song here: https://soundcloud.com/probcause/pale... Shot by Mac Kozi and Jacop Paul Linden for The Block Media
Action Bronson ft. Chance The Rapper | Baby Blue | Official Music Video YTMAs The new music video for Baby Blue by Action Bronson featuring Chance The Rapper directed by Lil Chris off "Mr. Wonderful" presented by the 2015 YouTube Music Awards. #YTMA Get the new album “Mr. Wonderful” Now: iTunes - http://smarturl.it/MrWonderful Spotify - http://smarturl.it/MrWonderfulSpotify Google Play - http://smarturl.it/MrWonderful Amazon - http://smarturl.it/MrWonderfulAmazon Webstore - http://smarturl.it/MrWonderfulStore Exclusive screen printed posters featuring the “Terry," "Actin Crazy,” “Easy Rider” and “Mr. Wonderful” cover art now available. Check them out: http://store.warnermusic.com/action-b... Check out the "Mr Wonderful" playlist: http://goo.gl/iHVm5g
Dwayne Bacon Wins 2015 McDonalds All-American Dunk Contest Dwayne Bacon won the 2015 Powerade Dunk Contest (MCDAAG) tonight in Chicago. His final dunk was over ESPN's Jalen Rose. Bacon won over Stephen Zimmerman, Carlton Bragg, Perry Dozier & Kristine Anigwe. Follow @EliteMixtapesNC on Twitter
Midway Vignette #23 | Trixter This is the twenty-third in a series of vignettes that will feature everyone interviewed by Midway: The Story of Chicago Hip-Hop, leading up to the release of the film in 2017. https://www.facebook.com/midwaydocumentary https://twitter.com/midwaydoc https://instagram.com/midwaydoc
Floor Wars 2015 Bboy Battles Copenhagen Denmark YAK FILMS Music "La Guerra" by Falcons x Mr Carmack (DJ Lean Rock) https://soundcloud.com/oaklandfalcons https://www.facebook.com/falconsmusic https://soundcloud.com/mr_carmack https://www.facebook.com/mrcarmackmusic
Monday, March 30, 2015
DJ Premier presents Ras Kass in Session 8 of Bars in the Booth. Watch as Preemo lays a beat for Ras Kass to rip into. The Bars in the Booth series combines a fresh Preemo beat with hard hitting verses from guest MC’s. Watch more here: http://bit.ly/BarsintheBooth Follow Ras Kass: https://twitter.com/raskass https://instagram.com/ras_kass SUBSCRIBE to DJ Premier's official Premier Wuz Here Channel for more original material, music video premieres, and more: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Preem More Preemo: http://premierwuzhere.com https://fb.com/DJPremierOfficial (Like) http://shop.premierwuzhere.com (Shop) http://instagram.com/DJPremier (Photos) https://twitter.com/RealDJPremier (Follow) https://soundcloud.com/premier-wuz-here (Listen)
Record Store Day special edition vinyl from Mr Brown, limited to 250 copies. Originally only available as a free digital download via Mr Brown's Bandcamp. On Record Store Day (18th of April 2015) it will be available on wax with 2 exclusive bonus joints. www.kingunderground.com/product/mr-br…ecial-edition
Live Right Now | Home: A Celebration of Chicago, I The first of our Chicago double-header brings together house pioneers with contemporary figureheads, broadcast from one of the city's oldest and most beloved institutions (which we're keeping secret for now!). Gene Farris, DJ Hyperactive, The Black Madonna, Jamie 3:26, Mike Dunn and Andrew Emil aka Change Request will all play across the day with some bonus surprises to come. For information about the Official Tribute to Frankie Knuckles the following day, head here. You can donate to the Frankie Knuckles Foundation below.
DJ Shameless | Bedroom Sessions XVII Since launching in summer 2013, DJcityTV's "Bedroom Sessions" has featured DJs from North America, Europe and Asia. Today, the series travels to Africa for the first time, where South Africa's DJ Shameless throws down a brief yet entertaining mix that's heavy on tone play. The Durban native is an experienced party rocker and battle DJ, and his three-and-a-half-minute session showcases both of these styles. DJcity recognizes there’s a ton of dope DJs from around the world who deserve more shine. To showcase their talent, we created a series called “Bedroom Sessions” that features folks throwing down sets in their homes. The mixes are open format without special effects, fancy club decoration and other fluff. If you have what it takes to be featured in the next episode, send a sample video to firstname.lastname@example.org. DJ Shameless http://www.facebook.com/djshamelesssa http://www.instagram.com/shamelessdjsa http://www.twitter.com/shamelessdjsa DJcity http://www.djcity.com http://www.facebook.com/djcitycom http://www.instagram.com/djcity http://www.mixcloud.com/djcity http://www.twitter.com/djcity Produced by Visual MVMT
Sunday, March 29, 2015
The Super Chill Pizza Spot, C1RCA Slices Through Texas Following the annual pilgrimage to Houston’s Make-A-Wish, the C1RCA boys: Jack Olson, Windsor James, Robbie Brockel, Jimmy Carlin, Blue Turner, and Chris Gregson pillaged the Southwest on their way back home to Cali in search of a super chill pizza spot.
HOZIN 'Day and Night' in Taipei, Taiwan OBS 9 | YAK FILMS Music "Freaku" By Jaygee Rmc https://soundcloud.com/jaygeermc https://www.facebook.com/jaygee.realm... OBS vol. 9 Judge demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOShw... http://www.YAKFILMS.com © YAK FILMS 2015
Logan Talks Snapchat, SXSW, Squad and more with Elevator TV Logan caught up with Elevator TV before his headlining show at Reggie's Rock Club in Chicago. Follow @1636Logan @Elevator_ Shot by Troy G. & Julian S-K.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
The Cypher Effect | Token x Alyssa Marie x Gremlin x M-Dot ** FREE Audio Download: http://goo.gl/PyVCY0 ** #TCERoadTrip Edition: Boston, MA THE CYPHER EFFECT [Season 4 | Episode 4] TOKEN: https://twitter.com/TokenHipHop ALYSSA MARIE: https://twitter.com/AlyssaMarieRaps GREMLIN: https://twitter.com/GremlinRaps M-DOT: https://twitter.com/MDotBoston PRODUCTION: Directed | Edited By @JDSFilms https://www.facebook.com/JDSFilms https://twitter.com/JDSFilms Audio Mixed By: @AshtrayOfLA Instrumental Produced By Jon Glass www.twitter.com/JonGlass_ soundcloud.com/glasshouseprods Shot in Boston, MA SPONSORS: FYH Clothing http://www.ShopFYH.com http://www.FuckYourHustle.com http://www.twitter.com/FuckYourHustle Go To Our WEBSITE For Features And News: http://goo.gl/T7H923 Official TCE MERCH: http://goo.gl/g9CHe3 The Cypher Effect is a JDS FILMS Production 
Friday, March 27, 2015
Apathy ft. Suave-Ski & Jus Cuz | How To Breathe Underwater Produced by Apathy First release from Apathy's EP "Weekend At The Cape" on Dirty Version Records. Featuring Dirty Version Records artist Suave-Ski and Jus Cuz. Filmed in Connecticut Video Directed by Apathy & @Camachodidit. Filmed and edited by @CamachoDidit. @ApathyDGZ @suave_ski @juzcuz15
Wyclef Jean & MC Jin Trade Freestyle Raps and Beatbox at SXSW After Wyclef Jean and Nick Huff Barili's conversation at SXSW came to a conclusion and Q&A with audience started, rapper Jin stepped to the mic to thank Clef for producing and working on Jin's first and only single more than 10 years ago called "Learn Chinese". On the spot with some encouragement from Nick and the crowd both Wyclef and Jin decided to go back and forth freestyling off the dome and beat-boxing for the audience in attendance. The Hard Knock TV cameras caught all the action. Tune in next week for video of Wyclef Jean being interviewed about his life and career by Nick Huff-Barili of Hard Knock TV. Wyclef got his start as a crucial member of hip-hop trio the Fugees in the mid-1990s. Since winning multiple Grammys with the group, including two for the classic album The Score, the musician has gone on to have a very successful solo career blending several genres - from reggae to hip-hop and more - while working some of the best artists in the business. Make sure to subscribe to www.youtube.com/hardknocktv for our latest videos, including more with Wyclef Jean. You can also follow us at www.facebook.com/hardknocktv and @Hardknocktv @NickHuff on twitter.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
PRhyme | Tour Life Ep.1 ft. Boldy James & Your Old Droog PRhyme, Boldy, and Droog make their way through Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Philly to give fans a crazy-ass show full of that raw shit. Phyme: tunes.apple.com/us/album/prhyme/id927056584 Boldy James: http://hnhh.co/mgpef Your Old Droog: soundcloud.com/your-old-droog/sets/kinison-ep
Good Grades | Catch Me (Dir By Always Dreaming Visions) | Music Video New Music Video from Good Grades, "Catch Me", Directed by Always Dreaming Visions. The Miliano Supreme produced track is off Good Grades upcoming project 'Good Grades Gots A Tape' dropping April 20th. Good Grades: http://www.twitter.com/getgrades http://www.instagram.com/getgrades Miliano Supreme https://www.soundcloud.com/Maintain6 https://www.twitter.com/MillianoSupreme Always Dreaming: http://www.instagram.com/AlwaysDreami... http://www.instagram.com/Aydee_ The Cypher Effect: Go To Our WEBSITE For Features And News: http://www.TheCypherEffect.com Official TCE Merch: http://goo.gl/g9CHe3 http://www.Facebook.com/TheCypherEffect http://www.Twitter.com/TheCypherEffect http://www.Instagram.com/TheCypherEffect
Run The Jewels ft. Zack de la Rocha | "Close Your Eyes (And Count To F**k)" | Music Video "When Run The Jewels sent me this track, I knew we had the opportunity to create a film that means something. I felt a sense of responsibility to do just that. We had to exploit the lyrics and aggression and emotion of the track, and translate that into a film that would ignite a valuable and productive conversation about racially motivated violence in this country. It's provocative, and we all knew this, so we were tasked with making something that expressed the intensity of senseless violence without eclipsing our humanity. For me, it was important to write a story that didn’t paint a simplistic portrait of the characters of the Cop and Kid. They're not stereotypes. They're people - complex, real people and, as such, the power had to shift between them at certain points throughout the story. The film begins and it feels like they have been fighting for days, they’re exhausted, not a single punch is thrown, their violence is communicated through clumsy, raw emotion. They've already fought their way past their judgments and learned hatred toward one another. Our goal was to highlight the futility of the violence, not celebrate it.” For El-P of Run the Jewels “this is a vision of a seemingly never-ending struggle whose participants are pitted against each other by forces originating outside of themselves.” Adds partner Killer Mike "this video represents the futile and exhausting existence of a purgatory-like law enforcement system. There is no neat solution at the end because there is no neat solution in the real world. However, there is an opportunity to dialogue and change the way communities are policed in this country. Salutes to AG Rojas for his unique take on the subject matter and to Shea and Keith for giving us their all and bringing it to life." Buy RTJ2 on iTunes: http://found.ee/rtj2 DIRECTED BY A.G. ROJAS PRODUCED BY PARK PICTURES UPCOMING TOUR DATES: 04/10 - Coachella 04/17 - Coachella 05/09 - Big Guava Fest, Ft. Lauderdale FL 05/23 - Boston Calling Music Festival 2015, Boston, MA 05/29 - Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain 06/06 - Field Day 2015 - London UK 06/07 - The Forum - London, UK 06/12 - Bonnaroo Music Festival 2015, Manchester TN 07/05 - ATP Iceland 2015 - Keflavik, Iceland 08/11-08/15 - Oya Festival 2015 - Oslo, Norway 08/14 - Flow Festival 2015 - Helsinki, Finland 08/28- Reading Festival 2015 - Reading, UK 08/29 - Leeds Festival, Wetherby, UK For more information: --------------Run The Jewels-------------- http://www.runthejewels.net/ https://twitter.com/therealelp https://twitter.com/KillerMikeGTO https://twitter.com/runjewels https://instagram.com/KillerMikeGTO https://instagram.com/thereallyrealelp
L'Orange & Jeremiah Jae | Ice Obsidian From the upcoming album "The Night Took Us In Like Family" coming April 21st. Produced by L'Orange; Vocals by Jeremiah Jae. Directed and Edited by Zack Kashkett Video Produced by Ryan Khoury Director of Photography Cory C. Warner Gaffer Steven St. Peter Production Designer Flora Ortega Costume Designer Whitney Oppenheimer Executive Producer Michael Tolle iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/nig... CD: http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/lora... Vinyl: http://www.mellomusicgroup.com/collec... About the album: Enter those bloody alleys blocked off with yellow tape and chalk outlines. Secret backrooms riddled with sly crooks and blunt smoke. Slink into the underworld, the seedy shadowland owned by Jeremiah Jae and L'Orange on their noir-hop opus, "The Night Took Us In Like Family." Consider it the alchemy of Madvillain and "The Maltese Falcon": a five-part fable of tangled crimes, narrow escapes, and raining lead. The door busts open with "A Conspicuous Man." L'Orange's carefully severed cinematic clips hold the frame steady. The Windy City-raised Jae muscles the narrative forward-the hitman creeping. Beats bend sinister with imagery aiming for the temples. Jae invokes dark clouds, crowns of thorns and LSD eyes. Bars written in dirt. Samples are disembodied and ethereal. It's like a grand jury indictment doubling as a Greek chorus. A song title like "Ice Obsidian" says it all. This is frozen lava, black and white celluloid, the spoils won by sinners. Watch your back rap. Or maybe it's the hip-hop version of the gangster flicks made before the Hays Code-raw and uncensored, deeply artful without pretension. Pitchfork once described Jae as: "a lot of people talk loud and say nothing; Jeremiah Jae finds strength in the inverse." On "The Night Took Us In Like Family," he inhabits both eulogizer and executioner. He triumphantly looms over the corpses and explains how this all came to be. L'Orange supplies concrete requiems of dusted soul: beats to crack safes, soundtracks to stealth assassinations. If gangsta rap remains one of the genre's most well worn tropes, Jae and L'Orange take inspiration from the rarely tapped roots of the tradition. This isn't riffing on Oliver Stone's "Scarface" like popular cliché, but rather the original Al Capone exploitation flick from the early 30s. Jae conjures a villain who vaporizes. Run-the-Jewels-raw but still sophisticated. Cuban cigars stuffed with California chronic. The picture unfolds wide frame. Guest stars include New York poison dart-thrower, Homeboy Sandman and Blackalicious' Gift of Gab. The chapters flesh out the story: The Conspicuous Man skulks into "God Complex," "The Damning," "Revenge and Escape." Jae and L' Orange build their world as a catacomb and find a way to escape just as the walls feel like they're closing in. It fades out as "A Macabre Instrumental" plays. The funeral is closed casket. The memories aren't easily disposed. https://www.facebook.com/LOrangeMusic... https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jeremi... https://www.facebook.com/MelloMusicGr... http://twitter.com/LOrangeMusic http://twitter.com/Jeremiahjae http://twitter.com/MelloMusicGroup htttp://www.mellomusicgroup.com Sounds Beautiful Like The Truth Mello Music Group, 2015
Tink | Ratchet Commandments | Music Video Download "Ratchet Commandments" at iTunes: http://smarturl.it/Tink_RC Amazon: http://smarturl.it/RchtCmndmnt Spotify: http://smarturl.it/RatchetC Google Play: http://smarturl.it/TinkRC https://twitter.com/official_tink https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tink-G... http://instagram.com/official__tink (c) 2015 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment/Mosley Music
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Drew Dave ft. Kenn Starr | TechnoGroove SynthBASED: Jazzy piano loops, afrobeat percussion, breakbeat exoticism, and bounce make up Drew Dave "SynthBASED," an instrumental ride. Residing in the crux of vintage and modern techniques is Drew Dave, who's faithful to the soul that lives in his hardware, but maintains forward vision for live instrumentation and midi-synths on his latest project. Drew Dave has doodled over the orginal syllabi of Hiphop instrumentalism, creating ornate embellishments of prerequisite texts. Drew Dave's aspirations for musicality over straight beats, his the ability to deliver bangers that loop gravelly roars, and his smooth crisp production lead listeners on a rhapsodic journey. Produced by Drew Dave @DrewliusDave Vocals by Kenn Starr @KennethCold Directed by Jay Brown http://www.mellomusicgroup.com Sounds Beautiful Like The Truth Mello Music Group, 2015
Graffiti | Wildstyle & Murals | Spread Love - NYC Graff This is the third clip (Wildstyle & murals),The original 21 minute video has more edits than these separate clips, i made like four or five videos and mashed them up together for the original one. Youtube messed up the HD on the Original 21 minute video. It was playing in 720p HD for seven months, now it's not HD anymore, now it's at 480p, I'm gonna upload those clips separately at 1080p !!! Because the HD situation is fucking bogus! Excuse my language, but i worked on that 21 minute video for a long while, recorded it in 720p hd, rendered it at 720p hd, and uploaded it in 720p hd. For 7 months no problem at 720p hd. And now it's at 480p?!?! YOUTUBE FUCK YOU! If you wanna watch the original full length 21 minute video, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRwB3...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Dennis Smith Jr is considered the top point guard in the junior class and, at only 17 years old, it’s easy to see why. Dennis plays for Trinity Christian School based out of Fayetteville, NC and helped lead his team to a NCISAA State Semi-Final. Watch as Smith deals with double & triple teams throughout the season and still is able to put up highlight after hightlight, averaging 25 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds, and 3 steals. Be sure to keep yours eyes out for Dennis all summer long on the adidas circuit and follow us on the east side!
J. Cole | G.O.M.D. | Music Video Download J. Cole's new album '2014 Forest Hills Drive' on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/ForestHillsDrive Google Play: http://smarturl.it/ForestHillsDriveGP Amazon: http://geni.us/ForestHillsDrive Listen on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/2014FHDSpotify http://www.dreamville.com/ http://www.jcolemusic.com/
"Tale of a Have-Not" by Jargon featuring Ksenia Video appearances by TFK, AJ Reed and Ivan Cano Video shot, directed and edited by Tila Beat provided by Keemono (Lorde ft Son Lux: Easy). Follow Jargon at: http://www.Youtube.com/Grind2Five http://www.Instagram.com/JargonDyonisis http://www.Twitter.com/JargonDyonisis Follow TFK at: http://www.Twitter.com.com/TheFutureK...
Johnny May Cash | Birds Twitter: http://TWITTER.com/DAREALJOHNNYMAY Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnnymay.ca... Instagram: http://instagram.com/JOHNNYMAYCASH Copyright (C) 2015 CHOP SQUAD RECORDS .
Friday, March 20, 2015
Midway Vignette #20 | Krash Man This is the twentieth in a series of vignettes that will feature everyone interviewed by Midway: The Story of Chicago Hip-Hop, leading up to the release of the film in 2017. www.midwaydocumentary.com Facebook.com/midwaydocumentary Twitter.com/midwaydoc Instagram.com/midwaydoc
Rapsody | The Man From the EP, "Beauty and the Beast". Available Now! iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/pc4huq8 Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/oy2nh6t Google Play: http://tinyurl.com/ofupnu7 Official music video by Rapsody performing The Man. 2015 Jamla Records / Culture Over Everything
Rap music and Muslim women... they are not four words that usually come together. But two women from London are breaking down the boundaries for Islamic females across the world with their brand of inspirational hip hop. Together, Muneera Williams, 34, and Sukina Owen-Douglas, 33, form Poetic Pilgrimage - a self-described 'hiphop hijabis' duo that has created a new type of rap music for the masses that addresses religion, gender and issues of identity. The women, who were both born and raised in Bristol to Jamaican migrant parents first entered the hip hop world after they moved to the capital together to study at the University Of London a decade ago. Since then, they have cultivated a global fan base of devoted followers from both inside and outside the Islamic community. The attraction for their followers is, in part, the unlikely partnership between the fact that they are Muslim women who have an impressive ability to write and perform verse. Sukina and Muneera converted to Islam ten years ago, just three weeks before the 7/7 bombings, and while the path hasn't always been easy, they haven't looked back. They met at school in Bristol and first became friends while performing in a gospel choir, but only decided to form a group after moving to the capital to study at university. A few years later, they decided to convert to Islam after learning about the religion through the Autobiography of Malcolm X and academic books about Islam and Feminism. Like most other female Muslims, they now pray five times a day, avoid alcohol and wear the hijab. The marriage of their religion and their profession has both inspired and upset many people though. Sukina told FEMAIL: 'There are people who have messaged us from all over the world who are appreciative of the bravery in our character. 'But on the flip-side there are people who have been unappreciative from both the Muslim community and the non-Muslim community. 'People who have suggested were using our hijabs as a gimmick to make money and that we aren't Muslim at all. 'Then there are people who are really derogatory. In the opening lines of the Al Jazeera documentary we did recently, I rapped about being taken from Africa as a slave to the Caribbean in the opening scene. 'I got comments like "You should be grateful that we colonised you, otherwise Africans would still be in mud huts." 'It's the nature of our technological society though, you get a lot of trolling.' To say that the woman have cornered a niche in the market is an understatement - their lyrics are based around feminism, Islam and political issues. Sukina said: 'We talk about political situations but we try and take a different stance. 'For instance, with something like the Palestine issue we talk about someone who has lost a husband or someone who is a mother. 'So we talk about it from a female perspective.' At first, the women had a difficult time convincing the Muslim community that they should be onstage rapping. But in the last ten years, they have turned the prejudice around. Sukina said: 'In the Muslim community it was very difficult because the topic of hip hop is very flammable. It's everything that can be wrong with the world - drugs, violence and everything. 'Parts of the Muslim community do find it very difficult. 'People have approached my husband and asked "why do you allow your wife to do this? Why do you allow your wife onstage? I would never let my wife go onstage, I would never let my wife travel without me." 'He's a rapper as well, he's in a band called Native Sun and he has always known me as a rapper, so for us there has never been even a consideration that this shouldn't happen. 'But that is hard for people to understand. 'But in the last few years people have come to understand that it is a very positive thing and we have been asked to speak on panels at conferences on Islam.' While there may have been problems with the way the women have been received, the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive overall. One of the biggest surprises for the women was how wide their fan base was when they started. Sukina said: 'When we first converted to Islam we though tour main following would be young Muslim girls from England. 'But at that time it was the beginning of Myspace - it was the first independent platform to put your music online - and some comments we got from people blew our minds. 'We had amazing comments from people like a middle aged white guy from Austria or a couple from Portugal. 'It wasn't just people from the Muslim community. 'It is hard to put it into a box, we represent the voice of women, the voice of black people and the voice of people from Islam.' And with a huge surge in interest into their music over the last few months, their popularity is only going to grow. Sukina said: 'Some of the reaction we've had from people is amazing - we can't get our heads around the attention we've got. 'Ours is not a story of sorrow, we are not women wounded, rather we have found strength in what may seem strange to overs and we wouldn't have it any other way.'
Meet the Sand Snakes We all remember the cruel and unexpected death of Prince Oberyn Martell in Season 4, and we all felt sorry that we didn’t had the chance to see more of the charismatic and unconventional prince. His death by the hand of The Mountain is the most violent in Game of Thrones, a result of an impressive fight which unfairly finishes with the death of Oberyn. However, if Gregor Clegane thinks his victory was enough, he is wrong. Because the Kingdom of Dorne does not forget. They are Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken, and the Sand Snakes are just the girls to show that. The Sand Snakes is the name given to eight of the numerous bastard daughters of Prince Oberyn, the ones which decide to become fearless fighters, and to form some kind of ‘intervention group’. They will appear in the fifth series, their goal being to revenge the death of their father. They are all named Sand, as this is the common name given to the illegitimate children of the Martell’s. The Sand Snakes Casting was carefully chosen, and the actresses that have the chance to play The Sand Snakes are Rosabell Laurenti Sellers as Tyrene, Jessica Henwick as Nymeria and Keisha Castle-Huges as Obara. We are surprised not to hear anything about Sarella Sand, the most important Sand Snakes in Songs of Ice and Fire Books. The HBO producers decided not to cast her in Game of Thrones Season 5, but just in case she appears in the next seasons, we have some drawings of her after this hot video. Meet Tyrene Sand, Obara Sand and Nymeria Sand in this video.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Bop King DLOW | Listening Party | Shot by @HexHectic Video footage of Bop King DLOW'S Listening Party on December 19th 2014 hosted by @Dondashouse & @Rhymefest filmed & edited by @HexHectic http://www.OfficialBopKingDLOW.com
DJs can be a lot like car owners. Some love clean factory styling, and others can't wait to pimp their rides. Currently, there are only a handful of companies that make aftermarket knobs and fader caps for DJ equipment, and this week Mojaxx takes a look at all three options. http://www.djcity.com http://www.facebook.com/djcity http://www.instagram.com/djcity http://www.mixcloud.com/djcity http://www.twitter.com/djcity http://www.youtube.com/tvdjcity
The 1978ers (yU & Slimkat) | Far | Official Video From the album The 1978ers "People Of Today" Vocals by yU | Produced by Slimkat78 Directed by Jay Brown Video Premiered w/ OkayPlayer: http://www.okayplayer.com/news/the-19... About the album: Music is an exchange of ideas. This album is something for those exhausted with the shuck and jive of pop culture, who believe in the purification rituals offered by hard snares, funky drum kicks, soul-coughing bass, and deeply rooted vibrations. Steadfastly infusing their songs with spirituality and positivity, yU and Slimkat are everymen with preternatural talent. Over the years, they've tirelessly built a rep in the DMV, collaborating on yU's The Earn and Before Taxes, which OkayPlayer called "one of the best hip-hop albums released in the last few years." In 2009, yU released In the Ruff as the philosophical heart of super-group Diamond District, a record hailed by MTV as "arguably the best hip-hop ever released in D.C." Slimkat supplies the beats that make the blood rush to your head. Named one of the best producers of 2010 by KevinNottingham.com, he's dished countless production dimes to the likes of Muhsinah, Eric Roberson, Diamond District, and more. The People of Today is a seamless and head-spinning record. It's hard-boiled beats and raps laced with wisdom and virtue. The sort of record that you can sit with today and tomorrow, and any time you need to be reminded that we're all in this together. itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/peo... CD: http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/the-... Vinyl: http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/the-... http://twitter.com/yUthe78er http://twitter.com/Slimthe78er http://twitter.com/MelloMusicGroup https://www.facebook.com/yUthe78er https://www.facebook.com/MelloMusicGr... https://instagram.com/yutakinpictures https://instagram.com/mellomusicgroup/ https://www.mellomusicgroup.com Sounds Beautiful Like The Truth 2015, Mello Music Group
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Born I Music | Supreme Mathematics | Shot By @DADAcreative @NickBrazinsky Directed By: Nick Brazinsky x Angelo Margentina of DADAcreative Edited By: Nick Brazinsky & Angelo Margentina
“Grief” taken from Earl Sweatshirt’s new album I DON’T LIKE SHIT, I DON’T GO OUTSIDE. Pre-order now and get “Grief” instantly: http://smarturl.it/IDLSIDGO Follow Earl: http://www.earlsweatshirt.com/ http://www.facebook.com/EarlSweatshir... http://www.twitter.com/earlxsweat https://instagram.com/soapmanwun/ Music video by Earl Sweatshirt performing Grief. (C) 2015 Tan Cressida, under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment
YONAS | Uptown Funk Remix | Official Video ►FREE DOWNLOAD HERE - http://smarturl.it/UFmp3 ►Yonas on iTunes - http://smarturl.it/YonasiTunes ►FREEMIX TUESDAY'S is a series in which I release a Free Remix every other Tuesday, so make sure to subscribe to my channel and give me a thumbs up if you dig the video! Written by: YONAS Produced by: Sean Ross ►Facebook: http://facebook.com/YonasMusic ►Twitter: @itsYONAS ►Instagram: @iamYONAS ►Snapchat: @itsYONAS