With all the hoopla that’s been circulating around the hip-hop community lately it was only fitting for K.Dot to drop some fresh new content #ForTheCulture. He has been releasing some stellar, unique content as of late, and this brief visual for “For Free? (Interlude)” is no different. It goes to show that no matter what is going on, Kendrick Lamar can come out of left field and garner the spotlight. Check the video out below.]]>
Atlanta rap trio Migos’ debut album “Yung Rich Nation” is out now and since the official announcement of their album’s name change, the guys have been making their press rounds. This week, a special one comes our way by way of Ural Garrett’s gaming series with HipHopDX called, “Gaming With”. Can you guess who wins? Check it out below:]]>
Drique kept his promise. After setting an incentive to rouse up 5,000 streams for his latest single on Soundcloud, artist Drique London has released the visuals for his song, “LayBach.” In the Vinark Motion Pictures-directed video, Drique illustrates the ongoing struggle of trying to balance funds, dreams, and a relationship without letting one drop. Of course, a ball has to fall to the ground now and then when your juggling multiple priorities.
Watch Drique London’s video, “Laybach” below:]]>
The film traces the history of the five major hubs in the South — Miami, New Orleans, Memphis, Houston and Atlanta — and how each region impacted Hip-Hop culture and the significant artists who rose to fame. Exclusive never-before-seen interviews from a star-studded cast of artists, producers, DJs, CEOs and music industry professionals, make this film a MUST SEE!
WATCH THE TRAILER: The Takeover: What You Really Know About the Dirty South?
The 90-minute documentary is co-produced, directed and written by industry heavyweight Andre “Jack Frost” Stephens, with a film score by Memphis-based DJ Jus Borne and film soundtrack by executive producer and multi-platinum music producer Drumma Boy.
Find out where to watch it at www.thetakeovermovie.com.
Let’s tally up the stats shall we: Fetty Wap has three songs in the Top 20 of Billboards Hot 100 (“My Way”, “Trap Queen”, “679”), he dropped “I Wonder” for the fans yesterday, and today we get “I’m Straight”. OK, Fetty, we hear you; you got the juice now, man. Listen to the track below.]]>