Tiny just gave me a 90’s flashback… Not sure if I’m ready for an album, but I’ll give it another listen… let us know your thoughts below..
Bronx native Niamson challenges himself to rip Ace Hood remix for the contest.. And lets just say we loving this… Take a listen and make your comments below:
There comes a time where you grow up and take into consideration all you’ve been through. Cormega a musical legend speaks the truth and brings conscious awareness to the forefront with this new track “Industry”
Take a listen as Harlems native Bigga Threat sends out a message to all mothers..
“Turndafucup" is a new single from WakeDaFucUp, newly released ONYX album published for Mad Money. RomeYork shoots the super video between Monaco and Rome, and after “Monster" it renews featuring with Trash Secco.
Sticky Fingaz and Fredo Starr, with their first official album after 10 years of silence as group, come back without the presence of their homie Sonny Seeza: in return the instrumental, like all other project’s tracks, is produced by german team The Snowgoons.
Onyx will have an exhibition in the upcoming Hip Hop Kemp in Hradec Kralove (Czech Republic) just with Snowgoons, and are currently engaged in their summer tour.
With “Turndafucup”, RomeYork releases also a new version of its official website and anticipates the next release of a new video, an Onyx live show in Bologna - shooted at TPO on 2011 - part of THWD project (under construction).
"Tell The Truth" is a bonus cut from Junk Food and Vegetables EP. The cinematic video for the track was directed by Shama Odd. The video is equally disturbing and thought provoking. Whatever your interpretation it is a video you will watch to the end.
"More Than A Little" is the debut single by Niamson, an emerging artist from the Bronx section of New York with vocals by Alabama native Danny Light. The song gives off a smooth balance of witty lyricism with a story-like approach as Niamson describes love at first sight over the classic sample of Michael Jackson’s “I Can’t Help It”, with production by platinum producer Dame Grease.
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As an art form, Hip Hop has always been a champion of open source creative processes. From DJs extending breakbeats from classic funk and soul records, to repurposing pieces of multiple works through digital sampling.
Today the Wu-Tang Clan as always is taking that idea one step further, putting the raw music files of a new song on Blend for anyone to re-imagine as they see fit.
This digital collaboration is part of a new project under the Wu-Tang Umbrella called Wutang Parental Advisory. “Basically we are carrying on the tradition by exposing a new generation of talent with that Wu-Tang swordstyle sharp rawness. We open up by bringing you back to where it all started “Once upon a time in staten island’ and take you on a journey from there around the country and the world in true Audio Visual Hybrid art form” explains Oliver Grant AKA Power, who is co-founder of Wu Tang and executive producer of the classic group and original solo albums. He is also credited with being a driving force in the branding and commercial empire around the music. “It’s about being in touch with what’s going on today not only in music and film but also taking the technology and marrying that to the traditional and fundamental methods we know to keep hip hop and the culture as a whole moving in forward directions that actually work and compliment the culture without taking away the essence of it. Some things will work, some things won’t either way we have to find what works, make sense out of it and take those chances.Sometimes squares do fit in circles.”
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Like all teenagers, Willow and her fashion sense are still evolving, and she’s smartly resisting the pressure to define herself. She has made waves for bold outfits (leopard parachute pants paired with a leopard jacket?), but these days she’s digging a more laid-back, bohemian vibe (velvet bell-bottoms). Who knows what tomorrow may bring? “My style is who I am all the time,” she says, “and who I am always changes.” For proof, look no further than her hair, which in the past few years has been green, pink, and now blonde. “My hair is super-, super-, super-, superhard to destroy,” she says with a laugh. “It’s a survivor.” As for the new shade, she proudly reports: “Blondes do have more fun!”
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Ebro in the Morning introduces Jamaica’s next big thang.. watch the full interview then turn your attention to the new video 'Tight Skirts'
Currently in the studio in her native Jamaica, Samantha J is set to release new music this fall.