Following release of his debut single “Head Honcho” off his self-titled EP, which dropped early January, in addition to his latest street-burner “Thumbin'” featuring OGG’s Larry June, Virginia native Mi$tro is back in the official visual for the hard hitting track. Directed by Joe Moore, the video serves as an well constructed infomercial to living your life as a boss. Watch the brand new small screen contribution from theICHOR Music Group recording artist below and be sure to pick up Mi$tro EP on iTunes today!
Built like a heavyweight wrestling WWF tag team, Bo & Blade stand tall on their DJ Kay Slay hosted mixtape “Get Lit Or Die Tryin” currently available for online listeners. Featuring the songs “I’m Dat Nigga” ft Uncle Murda and “3 Man Weave” ft Fred the Godson the guys tag team their way through a project that is meant to feed the streets while they cumulate the content needed for thier soon to be released and yet to titled EP.
Central New Jersey Production Team, The Elements hits us with their Instrumental project called The Elements Instrumentals Vol.1. The project boasts 14 instrumentals guaranteed to give you the hit songs you have been looking for. Listen and download below.
Borey Bills adds his own flavor to the newly released Wale & Usher Smash “The Matrimony.” On this one he talks of giving up his player ways, growing up and settling down. Borey hits the nail on the head – check out the video below.
This is the debut video from Queen Herawin of The Juggaknots in “Return of The G” off of her first solo album titled Metamorphosis. “Return of The G” is about coming back to a place of strength of self, power and overcoming obstacles. Watch below.
Before Virginia recording artist Max CarDi drops the Reloaded Edition of his Starz N Stripes 2 project he decides to deliver the officialiTunes version of his V.I.P’s produced single “Mama Crib.” Look out for the visual to this one dropping soon. Listen below.
Staten Island’s own Marcus G’s first visual of the year ” Here To Stay ” shot by Jorge Rivera. The video is helping promote his upcoming project ” Here To Stay ” . It is 1 of 4 in a short movie music series. Marcus’ project will drop within the upcoming months.
“Been Trill,” is full on solid video with depth that expresses the despair of the ghetto, yet succumbs to mainstream rap’s fetish for flashy & r&b; sonics. Every transcendent moment is immediately followed by an embarrassing travesty – from lines like “no food in the fridge rap to dad left mom he ain’t come back.” The video ends with a coming soon for Look Like – Dirty Cops while being a bit apprehensive about the topic – the visual is no less stunning then the graphic news reels we have seen in the last year gripping our nation. In keeping with the spirit of NWA’s “F Da Police” & Ice T’s “Cop Killer” – this snippet is a revolutionary cry from the hood that often falls on deaf ears. The trailer just mirrors the reality of the black man’s
existence in America.