Video: Broad Day ‘F Me’ – @BroadDay

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Do yourself a favor and fly yourself out to Los Angeles and meet up with L.A. native emcee Broad Day. The latest video for his erotic and sensually aggressive single “F*ck Me” (Produced by VDay) will guarantee that if he doesn’t offer a memorable time in his city, his homegirls will. The visual features the sexy Raelyn “Inez”, a well-known skillful dancer at the legendary Ace Of Diamonds L.A.

With those kind of connections you can bet your top dollar “F*ck Me” will make you want to club hop the Hollywood strip, as his homegirls over at AOD’s show you a “good time”. Be sure to listen for the “deeper meaning” because according to Broad, frequenting strip clubs has unfortunately got him caught up in some ‘isn: ‘This record was personal. I spent a lot of time in the strip club over the past couple years dealing with several dancers on different levels. If your familiar with LA you know that everything happens in the clubs…This song was a compilation of all my experiences.’ – Broad Day

New Video: @BrooklynBabs feat. @3DNatee “#FYM”

If someone asked you: “What happens when two of the best pound-for-pound femcees decide to join forces and do a song together?” Depending on who you are and where you from you may respond: “What the F*ck do you mean”. A response fitting towards one whom would have the audacity to pose such a question. Like if it was possible, who are two of the best pound-for-pound femcees in the game, and better yet what would that sound or look like? Well that question has just been answered as the Brooklyn bombshell and QOTR (Queen of The Ring) Boss “Babs Bunny” and the talented born & raised NOLA DIVA “3D Na’Tee” join forces to give us the visual to “FYM” (F*CK YOU MEAN). This Mazi. O directed visual gives us a raw and gritty look into the world of Babs & Na’Tee as they trade verses, while visually Mazi. O show us what happens when you try to approach the wrong female at the wrong time. The two femcees tie everything together as they stand back-to-back in the streets of NY while as they recite the hook:

“F*ck do they mean, F*ck do they mean that I ain’t mean/Da F*ck do they mean, F*ck do they mean Like I ain’t light up the scene”

 

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NEW VIDEO: SALESE (@SALESENYC) x @QUESTCALI187 – “AIN’T BOUT THAT” Ft. REMO THE HITMAKER

ITALIAN-AMERICAN HIP HOP ARTIST SALESE & PUERTO RICAN HIP HOP ARTIST QUEST CALI COME TOGETHER ONCE AGAIN, THIS TIME ON A REMO THE HITMAKER PRODUCED TRACK, DROPPING THE SONG & VISUAL FOR THEIR LATEST COLLABORATION “AIN’T BOUT THAT”

FILMED ON THE STREETS OF NEW YORK BY DIRECTOR DA INPHAMUS AMADEUZ, THIS “RAY DONOVAN” INSPIRED 3 MINUTE AND 48 SECOND MINI-MOVIE SHOWS THAT ALL THAT GLITTERS ISN’T GOLD WHEN CHOOSING THE STREET LIFE, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU AREN’T READY FOR THE REPERCUSSIONS…

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Aviator Keyz Ft. Kamera Sha – “Money Calling”

As they prepare for a big 2017, New York’s own Aviator Keyz and Kamera Sha link up for a new heater, “Money Calling”. In the Jet Phynx directed visuals we find the duo at a local corner store and in a garage with expensive whips with one theme around them; money, and lots of it! The infectious Veor Leior produced cut is definitely radio ready, and you can expect to hear this one for a while. Grab it on iTunes now and look for a lot more from both, coming soon.

@WanMiz Delivers Heartfelt Bars In “Forgive Us”

Camden’s own Wan-Miz goes hard with his voice and lyrics in a vital declaration titled “Forgive Us”.  In  times of uncertainty, unanswered questions, and violence all there really left is forgiveness.  A powerful delivery by Wan-Miz with production by Monster Muzik.

Music Page: https://www.facebook.com/Nutreez/?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/wanmiz

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wanmiz/?hl=en

 

 

Video: @BILLDANZEMOP – 6 O’clock Briefing @webuildhits @quinceytones

Brooklyn emcee and M.O.P. co-frontman Billy Danze presents the music video for his new single “6 O’Clock Briefing”. The track is produced by Quincey Tones, also known for his work with Ghostface Killah, Busta Rhymes and Jay Electronica. Danze has been releasing music for over 20 years as half of M.O.P., and has worked with DJ Premier, Jay-Z, Guru, 50 Cent, Wu-Tang Clan, Kool G Rap and Mobb Deep. He’s currently in the studio with Doc Ish, the Grammy-winning producer behind collaborations with Eminem, Ne-Yo and Talib Kweli. “Some may see this as a song,” Billy says about the new single. “But it has nothing to do with music, It’s my view of whats happening in my country. We talk to each other about the issues affecting our country, we march and protest, but we never ask the president how he feels. Understanding how things work, I say ‘we know you did what you had to do’. The president has done his best. But as a man, does he see what’s going on in this country?” “6 O’Clock Briefing” is out now on Danze’s We Build Hits imprint.

@Trazsh_Man Anticipated “The Mission” Episode of “The Adventures of Trazsh Man and Crown Fried”

In early Spring 2016 Camden Hip Hop Artist, Emcee, and all around Entertainer Trazsh Man introduced the world to “The Adventures of Trazsh Man and Crown Fried”.  Since the pilot episode fans have been tuned in weekly and pressing repeat. This short cartoon based out of Camden New Jersey touches on an aspiring artist and his trusty sidekick Crown Fried.  Together this bizarre, comical, yet witty duo bring to light everyday challenges that tend to get swept under household, industry, and political rugs. On October 1st Trazsh Man released the well anticipated Walking Dead Episode 10 “The Mission”.  In this episode Trazsh and Crown Fried are in the forefront of riots, looting, baby mama drama, religious conspiracies, and other concerning issues.  Be sure to tune in!

For all episodes of “The Adventures Of Trazsh Man And Crown Fried” YouTube subscribe at https://www.youtube.com/user/brucefarmer1

Official page of “The Adventures Of Trazsh Man And Crown Fried” https://www.facebook.com/FUNNY856/?fref=ts

Official @Trazsh_Man website www.thetrazshman.com

 

Video: DV Alias Khryst and Redman Join Forces For “Lights Out” Single

It’s been months in the making of the D.V. Alias Khryst album, but with two decades under his belt of commercial music production and scraping together hard hitting beats, identifying lyrics for the people is a no-brainer to this Brooklyn native, who heavily weighs in on the “facts”. 

The first single, “Lights Out” features veteran Jersey emcee Redman. The track was produced by multi-platinum duo Midi Mafia, who are responsible for hits such as 50 cent’s “21 Questions” and has worked with artists such as Justin Bieber and many more. 

“The album is purely motivated by pain,” says D.V. “Sometimes the pain brings out the best in an artist.”

The B Side, “Streets Don’t Love”, features West Coast lyrical monsters Ras Kass & Blu and produced by Science. 

The single releases everywhere both physical and digitally on October 28th but can be pre-ordered today at all digital music stores.

With the LP official release date still undetermined, it’s projected to be released everywhere through label imprint, Dgsup, Inc. / Soul Spazm Records.

A Little More About The General
Khryst recent portfolio includes production for 50 Cent, Maino, Uncle Murda and Smooth Da Hustler. His more distant accolades include his feature on De La Soul’s Art Official Intelligence album with smash hit record “Thru Ya City,” produced by the legendary J Dilla, which was also featured in video game “True Crime Stories of New York,” the HBO hit series Sex in the City and the blockbuster film, Made, starring Sean “Diddy” Combs and Jon Favreau. DV also appeared on movie soundtracks The Black Mask with Jet Li and Eddie Murphy’s Nutty Professor. He has worked alongside countless other notables such as Method Man, Jay-Z, Lil’ Mo, Scott Storch, Ice T, and Clark Kent of Superman Productions.

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