Here’s the official video for Mircrowave’s latest single “A. Philip Randolph”. The purpose of the video was to put a spotlight on those languishing in the background by public perception despite accolades, like A. Philip Randolph, who did many monumental things during the Civil Rights Era, yet his name pales in comparison with other activists.
Directed by Jaiden Frost. Grab The B.L.A.C.K. Tape here.
Trips N Slim has released the official video for the “Intro” on their mixtape The Preface, which showcases what they are thankful for. This joint is pretty tough, do yourself a favor and grab the mixtape here.
The video directed by Square Off, edited by GeekdSquad. The record was produced by Mally the Martian.
Gah, I wish I was home.
Take a slow ride on the MARTA all throughout my city with three amigos relaying the regular sights and sounds of our train system. Shawty.
Check it out in my bookbag.
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.
Kanye West stopped by the Breakfast Club to discuss his ambitions and the positions he’s been put lately. They have a talk about fashion, his discography, life, but with C Tha God sharing his disagreements with Kanye West’s statements the interview gets more and more interesting. There’s a few quotables other than the usual stuff he’s claiming on almost every interview now, “This is Drake’s season” is one of them. For more, watch the interview and judge Kanye’s mind for yourself.
Asher Roth has been rather quiet since releasing The GreenHouse Effect Vol. 2 but today the Chicago duo has released a brand new track “See The World”. The track also features Chuck Inglish and it celebrates the duo’s latest venture with Blended Babies Music Group.
Update: Now with the official visuals which can be found after the jump.
No Malice has a great as well as underrated album on his hands with Hear Ye Him. Today he releases the official visuals for the single “Bury That” with Jon Bibbs. This is actually one of my favorite records from that album, and i’m glad he decided to push this single. The video is very deep, and interesting.
Check out the official video after the jump.
Today’s NQM Submission comes from Durham NC’s own Alex Aff and already with te click of the visuals, makes me a fan already. The 20 year old emcee recently released a mixtape entitled Who Knows Who Cares. This is the second single from the mixtape, entitled “Demons”. Alex takes us through with a lyrically driven song which is produced by Streetlight. Be on the lookout for more from Alex Aff. Directed by Hood Crucial.
Check out the official video after the jump. Grab the mixtape here.