Rapsody keeps the promotion coming from her solo mixtape, She Got Game, but she gives the fans some behind the scenes visuals. The visuals are from her Khrysis produced “Thank You Very Much” which is one of my favorites on the mixtape, so i’m glad to see visuals to accompany the record. Shot In Harlem, Rapsody recruits director Brian Petchers behind the lens for the upcoming visual. The official video is set to drop on Wednesday.
Grab the deluxe edition of She Got Game, here.
KO The Legend and producer Balthazar Getty of The Wow share some footage of the creation process behind their latest single “Masterpiece” featuring Method Man. Check it out below and tune in for their self-titled debut coming soon.
Still building anticipation from the trailer, Price Films & 9th Wonder decided to release an outtake from the upcoming documentary The Hip-Hop Fellow. In this outtake, Dr. Henry Louis Gates speaks about learning a lot more hip hop through 9th Wonder and his teachings. Interviewees include Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Kendrick Lamar, Young Guru, Dr. Mark Anthony Neal, Phonte, Dr. Marcyliena Morgan, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Ab-Soul, Rapper Big Pooh & DJ Premier.
Check out the outtake below.
Who Do You Love…More? easily topped the charts appearing at #28 on the iTunes Top 100 earlier this week. You can go ahead and peep the short visual above to see these three comedians in the studio during the making of their lead single, “LastNightInTown.”
Album Review: HERE
iTunes Purchase Link: HERE
Our man Kourvioisier put up the behind the scenes for his visual Elevate. Shot by Azon Blaze – the behinds the scenes comes off as a very interesting watch.
Here’s a unique NQM Submission because it’s not all about the rapping or singing, but we’re into seeing the grind of an artist even if it’s a DJ. I’ve heard of DJ B-Lord, and he does is thing on the ones and twos. A couple of days ago he released a mini movie, showcasing his grind on the daily, and he tells us what’s it like to be a DJ in the Carolinas. Includes appearances from Migos, 2 Chainz, Juicy J, French Montana, Nelly, Spiff Kidz & Dirty Dave.
Shot by iKutt Visuals.
A year ago, JAY Z launched a new festival in Philly. This year was the second time it was held, but this documentary shows how it all started it and how the first annual festival turned out.
A behind the scenes look at the making of what will surely be a hip hop experience for the ages. BET Music Matters Artist, Durham, NC’s own Joshua Gunn’s new project entitled (Broken) Glass Half Full will be released worldwide on November 12, 2013.
The project is produced entirely by A List Productions. Check out the behind the scenes footage after the jump.