The region of New England is a stronghold for American culture, granted that is where this nation was founded. Their blue collar ideology spills out into their art, sports and everything in between. Providence, RI native Eman Ohyeah exemplifies that same DIY attitude. Being a self-taught engineer, opening his recording studio and duplication center, he definitely knows the value of hard work. Today, Eman Ohyeah releases the official visual for his Sean Murdz produced single, “Thuggin Wit My Hoodie On.” The UK based producer provides a gritty background for the MC to expound on his grind. Greene Films are behind the lens for the eerily dark clip.
Brooklyn native RRose RRome returns in a big way. Connecting with D-Block legend Styles P, RRome provides visuals for the winding, cash-inspired anthem “Money Holla.” Stay tuned for more work in the near future. Watch the official video after the jump!
Harlem native Josh P is ready to take his unique brand of realism to the masses as he reveals visuals for “Wash My Sins.” The gritty visual finds Josh lamenting about the perils of street life as well as the consequences they bring, all laced with a 90s golden era backdrop for production. The track is pulled from his forthcoming EP titled Harlem Renaissance 2. Check out the Nick Asenjo-directed music video after the jump.
If you’re from the DMV area then you’re most likely familiar with YGG Tay. With the help of DJ Flow, the Baltimore rapper releases a new 16-track mixtape. Looking to break out of his region, YGG Tay collaborates with several well known names including London On Da Track, Metro Boomin, Young Scooter, and TM-88 just to name a few. Below you’ll find the download and stream of Rich Before Rap and the video for track #4, “Why You So Mad.”
Second video/single by legendary Austrian producer Flip, taken off his long awaited producer album ‘Reflections’, available worldwide February 17th (CD/LP/cassette/digital) on Ill Adrenaline Records. The album features lyrical heavyweights like Elzhi, Phat Kat, AG (of D.I.T.C.), EDO. G, Killah Priest, Guilty Simpson, Kev Brown, LMNO, Tragic Allies, and many more.
Ever since I heard this song when I was hanging out with my peoples, I’ve been digging this joint. Today, Manolo Rose releases the official video for his latest single “Run Ricky Run”. Glad to finally see visuals for this record, and hopefully we’ll expect a remix soon.
Check out the official video after the break.