Produced by Apollo Brown
Bečki reper Kid Pex javlja se s još jednim novim spotom, ovaj put za pjesmu “Kladim se” (feat. Bloody MC) iz svojeg aktualnog albuma Bečka škola. Spot objavljuje najpoznatiji balkanski Youtube-kanal IDJVIDEOS putem čije platforme IDJTUNES je na proljeće i objavljen kompletan album “Bečka škola”. Kad je riječ o ovom albumu, dosad su objavljene već pjesme za glavni singl “Bečka škola” te za pjesme “Bulldograp” (feat. Stoka), “Ti to znaš” i “Što god hoću” (feat. Zheclassic).
So, was farting around with some YouTube footage. Love the song and I love cassette culture. the original ‘mixtape’ where it gets its words from; I still remember tuning into Rap Radio late at night as a yoot recording that week’s gems and then trying to find out what is was…. sounds way better than mp3.!
Novi spot riječkog repera Gane RImatore-a za traku Zdenko. Produkciju potpisuje Slombeatz, a za video je zaslužan Nocturno Pro.
Hip Hop icon, Treach has been working hard in the studio gearing up for his new movement with long time partner, DJ Kay Gee as they prepare to introduce new music by way of Naughty Nation. Naughty Nation is the collaboration between the duo who is working on new music to be released fall 2014.
While filming for Couples Therapy in L.A and assembling new sounds for the project, Treach came together with Grammy Nominated producer Scoop DeVille, known for producing tracks for Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Eminem just to name a few, in Glenwood Studios in Burbank and the two came up with the idea to flip the well known “OPP” track to produce “Come On.” Treach, wanting to feature a new artist on the track thought it would be perfect to spotlight an emerging talent coming from NJ. Coincidentally, Scoop had just been working with Motown’s next female star, STORi, who happens to be from N.J. and suggested that she come into the studio. STORi arrived at the studio and the rest is history.
Long Island hip hop legends Method Man and R.A. The Rugged Man discuss their history together, including the era when R.A. was blackballed from the industry. Today, both emcees are traveling the world performing sold-out shows.