Dope video from Reks off the dope project with Hazardis Soundz, titled All Eyez On Reks. Check it out.
directed by 9 Fifty/Four Films
Dres did his thing. Check it out.
Simply, “Bars in the Booth” isn’t about age, popularity, or how many Twitter followers you have; its about an Emcee and a DJ moving the crowd—and that is the definition of Hip-Hop.
For Session 2, Premier linked up with up with Dres (of Black Sheep & Native Tongue fame):
“Thanks to Dres from Black Sheep for being the next up on “Bars in the Booth.” He killed it. We got more “Bars in the Booth” coming soon, so subscribe to the channel so you do not miss a thing. Press Play!!” – DJ Premier
Check it out.
First single by the legendary Bronx trio and D.I.T.C. affiliates The Legion, taken off their long awaited “The Lost Tapes” album, available worldwide May 20 (CD/EP/cassette/digital) on Ill Adrenaline Records/Legion Records. “Stereo” produced by none other than Buckwild of D.I.T.C. (Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Nas, Jadakiss, Big Pun, AZ, Black Rob, etc.).
Directed by The Legion
Filmed by Eddy Onetake
Edited by Jimmy Giambrone
Check out the single on iTunes
New visuals from the homie Kap Kallous. Check it out.
There’s nothing easy about the hip-hop hustle. As a matter of fact, the grind’s had Kap Kallous “feelin’ twice [his] age” lately. Which isn’t to say he’s sweating it; on new single I Don’t Mind, premiering in the Booth along with X:144‘s official visuals, the Panhandle State representative assures fans that he’s willing to endure all the stress and strain the game can throw at him, if it means getting his paper up and making his moms proud. Assisting on the guest tip, YMCMB signee Caskey jumps on David Grants‘s brass/guitar boardwork to vent about the unrealistic expectations being placed on his shoulders: “You ask me sh*t like, ‘When is your song gonna drop with Lil Wayne?’ / Like he ain’t on tour, workin’.” Goldie and Jade Lawhon provide some tuneful hook vocals to round out the record. Grandeur is slated to drop independently on Tuesday, June 10. In the meantime, of course, y’all can watch the Booth for the latest singles. – DJBooth.Net
New video from Jermiside and Danny Diggs for a track off their album Quiet As Kept. Check it out.
Quiet As Kept includes 10 original tracks featuring Jermiside’s honest lyricism and dedicated flow over smooth intricate production by Danny Diggs. Bonus remixes by The Expert & Illustrate provide the finishing touch to this cohesive album, which is an easy listen from front to back.
Ahhhh yeah… a badass track by a badass chick. Death Row’s The Lady of Rage dropped her single ‘Afro Puffs’ in ’94 on the soundtrack to the movie, ‘Above the Rim’. Although she collabed with many other Death Row artists as a feature she didn’t actually drop an album until 1997. I thought of this the other day when I saw that she just did a track with DJ Premier, she’s bringing it back! (although that beat sounds nothing like a Premo beat)… I’ll link you to it even though it’s not a classic cuz I’m looking for thoughts. Check the classic, check the new link. Gimme some feedback hip-hoppers! Peace