Watch Future’s new visuals to his track Where Ya At from his latest album DS2.
Here goes another episode of Stretch & Bobbito’s “Boogie & The Barber” show from Hot 97 with guest DJ Premier filling in for Stretch. Pretty much music straight through on this one. No guests. Bob doesn’t even take a mic break until around 42:46 and then jumps on the wheels himself at the 80:29 mark. Preem assists Bob during his set and then the two jump back on the mic at 102:43 to close out the show. Lot of dope joints played here.
In the first of a new season of “The People VS”, Ice Cube represents NWA to respond to some of the comments left on Youtube about the video for NWA’s “Straight Outta Compton”
nakon 7 godina aktivnog bavljenja rap-om,Nesh je izbacio i svoj spot prvijenac!iza kamere se krije vrhunski umjetnik Mislav Petek mnogima znan kao Peta,beat je odradio vec dosta popularan beatmaker Tunna dok je mix i mastering odradio sam Nesh…
Today we got a straight up underground track called Don’t Fuck With New Jersey by New Jersey’s emcee Young Zee. He was one of the members of the Outsidaz, a group formed in 1991 after underground rappers Young Zee, met D.U. and Pacewon at a New Year’s Eve party.
Promo Cassette released on Perspective Records in 1996.
Produced by Ski, who’s been producing since the early 90’s.
Studio Rupa vam predstavlja 1. singl sa albuma Fuka s bratom.
Video by: S.One / Studio Rupa Kamera: Igor Ćubela
CMA x EZA x S.One – Ispred zgrade
Album: Fuka s bratom (2015)
Mix and mastering: CMA
Studio Rupa 2015
Many children are obsessed with video game franchise Angry Birds, but 8-year old Sidney Max, son of Black Sheep’s Dres, took his infatuation to a whole new level. After falling in love with the franchise, Max began creating rhymes about the game and showcasing them to his father in his spare time.
Dres filmed a video of his son performing an Angry Birds tribute, which garnered Max a social media following. Dres then called up his buddy DJ Premier to discuss the possibility of him producing the track. Premier said yes. The trio then teamed up with Rovio, the mastermind behind the famous game; and now Angry Birds have gone hip-hop.