What a dope project!! The video was very insightful, we tend to only see the end result, if even we end up so lucky. Theres so much that goes into large projects, and I’ve had huge head aches and sleepless nights and I’m super small time. I can’t imagine what went into making this happen. What eve it was, I’m grateful! Enjoy!
Toronto emcee Quanche drops a dope video for Boiling Point off his Parish Boy’s Progress mixtape directed by my boy Giorgio Andrade.
If you didn’t get the mixtape yet, peep game here!
I was a huge Lupe Fiasco fan, I listened to Food and liquor and The Cool religiously. And somewhere down the line I got into so much music I kinda stopped for a while. I didn’t get into lasers, but lately Lupe has been killing it again. I think he’s one of the first rappers I felt was intellectual, The concepts and the stories he told was comic like, very epic and super well done. I almost felt I was watching a motion picture while just listening to him.
Now to this track and video. The Black Face theme is genius, you can look at it in many angles, I definitely see hip hop imagery as the new black face, and he shines a light on the treatment of woman in “mainstream” hip hop. I’m not going to front though, I get caught up in it also, it’s not just something Lupe is making up, its in our reality. Anyways too much typing, listen, watch and enjoy! Maybe learn something lol!
Another dope young MC! I play Young Roddy’s GoodSense mixtape damn near every day! I’m really feeling it, and I know you will too.
You already know BMB got that link for you, Download Young Roddy, GoodSense Mixtape here.
Official video for ASAP Rocky’s ‘Purple Kisses’ Off The A$AP Mob Album Lord$ Never Worry Due 8/28/2012 on LiveMixtapes.com
It’s looking like ASAP Rocky is getting into directing. He definitely nows how to trip you out. Get throwed and stay trippy mane (Juicy J voice).
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DOOM raps the track GUV’NOR from his new album KEY TO THE KUFFS for a new mind-bending, split-screen video experiment directed by Ninian Doff as part of Rizlab project #4…
Rizlab is a project created to allow pioneering artists to freely experiment to create interesting and innovative music experiences – the new and the unexpected.
Since I’ve been busy and slipped I had no clue MF Doom had a new album, soooo I’m going to get it right now!! Crazy dope video, very cleaver and well done. I love the split screen look but the way they keep it symmetrical is amazing.
I’m just doing my homework on G.R.A.M.Z music, but I’m really feeling his music. a dope cut from his ‘No money On 4 20′ mixtape.
Check out the video for the first single from Stalley’s Savage Journey to the American Dream, directed by Rik Cordero and with a special cameo by Chad Hugo, who produced the track.
Dope track from G.R.A.M.Z New member of the LRG team, I just downloaded the ‘No $ On 4 20′ Mixtape, looking forward to hearing more. For now Enjoy!
BMB was started mostly because people I know was stuck in an older era in hip hop. The rugged, Timbs, bomber jackets, over sized jeans and du-rag era. I wanted to bridge the gap between then and now. Pro Era is perfect, their young and crazy talented. I’ve been saying it a lot and to as many people as I can. If these dudes don’t end up at some point being your favorite hip hop artists then we aren’t feeling the same music. I don’t have to make much of an argument now, mostly because they haven’t put out much, but for now, I’ll let the music speak.