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Stank Nitty Unleashes “Farmacy Economy” & Tell-All Interview

BK emcee Stank Nitty drops visuals for his new single “Farmacy Economy” featuring John Jigg$. Before hitting play peep the interview below with Nitty talking about his upcoming album, an unorthodox lifestyle, and more.

MJ: Before we jump into your new single and video, I want people to become more familiar with Stank Nitty…You’re a BK-based emcee, and there’s nothing quite like New York Hip Hop, share how that coincides with your style, flow, and deliverance.

SN: I’m a relative newcomer to the city, moved to Brooklyn in 2015, which I feel raised the bar for me artistically.  New York conditions you to always be striving to beat your last best, and in Hip Hop, the standard of talent and skill has no ceiling, so you must grow wings to survive. I’d say the areas my work reflects the NYC sound may come from being influenced by golden era New York Hip Hop as a kid but living in New York pushed me to refine my sound in ways I never thought possible. I was lucky though I had good local people making space for me to thrive.

MJ: As a seasoned artist you’ve collaborated with some heavy hitters as well as Hip Hop legends. Has that opened further doors for you?

SN: That’s a great feeling to hear! Absolutely in many ways. Mainly I’m just grateful to be living this crazy life surrounded by genius.  It’s wild it feels like no matter what else is going on, it’s cool because I’m truly at the edge of human potential. I’ve always wanted to create with innovators first and foremost and that’s where you’ll see the pattern in my collaborations. I want to hear something no one’s ever thought of before. That sh*t is happening and it’s amazing.

MJ: At what point in your life did you introduce Stank Nitty to the world? When did you decide to pursue your craft as a career?

SN: Ok so for the first question, new name, Stank Nitty comes from “Sanity” which was my name for a long time. People started saying San Nitty, and I added Stank on a song called “SOB’s ft. Petey Mossberg”, off the LP “Murder of Crows” with Deuce Ellis in 2019, I said, “Stank Nitty, burn down gated communities, blast priests in sacristies,” and it stuck. I said that because I always had some strong, putrid-smelling weed. So, it’s like “Frank Nitty” the legendary bootlegger, only it’s a different prohibition altogether.  I first started hitting stages regularly at an open mic at the Local 506 in Chapel Hill, NC in 2002, but for a lot of years, I’d just be making music for fun, always writing. I started calling myself a notebook MC. It wasn’t till around 2011 when my daughter Anahata was born, I decided I was done messing around because I knew this is what I wanted to do. I never turned back.

MJ: Now let’s dive into the video…Give us some inside scoop on “Farmacy Economy” featuring John Jigg$.  Take us from the thought process through fruition.

SN: Ok so back to what I was saying about innovators, I heard “The Madness” (that sht is crazy). I immediately hit up Jigg$ on Facebook. I knew we had to make a record. I hit my brother Yaw Boso from Switzerland who I’d met when I was rocking shows in Cusco, Peru back in 2012, and he, as usual, had something nasty, so I sent it through and once we had a track it was like fck it, I haven’t been to ATL in a while.  My Bro J Ronin linked me with Shabaam Sadheeq for the video and he had dope ideas right off the bat.  He’s a great director.  He has a great eye for the big picture in a video. He hooked up the filming spot via DeAndre Perryman at Sounz Gud Entertainment/A1 Records and we worked fast.  Nam Nitty came through with a cameo that was dope, and the fam Vooda was building through the whole process…As you can see I was rocking one of his classic beanies…I shot the cover art at home, it was fun to give my weed a professional glamour shoot (I may do that again just for fun).

MJ: What’s in the works for Stank Nitty, what can fans look forward to and keep eyes and ears out for?

SN: As of the day I’m writing this, I dropped the video for ELON, video 1 in a trilogy of videos off my 7 song EP “Ketamine Cowboy” produced by Contra-Bass out of my forever stomping grounds Chapel Hill, NC.  The album is a crazy-ass psychedelic journey through my paranoid overworked mind. It’s an instant classic.

MJ: As a well-respected artist in the industry nationally and internationally, what keeps you balanced, humbled, and inspired?

SN: Word? Thank you. Hmmm…Balanced is relative because my life is extra crazy.  Still hustling, still in court trying to see my kid more, still turning up, etc.  My lady helps me stay balanced, got me back into meditation, exercise, etc. Been fighting some F’s the past couple of years, nothing keeps you more humble like cases lol, but I used to live on the road running around the country doing some of the craziest sh*t imaginable, so I just try to remember how amazing it is that I’m alive and I have a chance every day to make an impact.  My inspiration once again just comes from my crazy life and all the beautiful things that come out of it, it’s all good even when it’s not, but right now, things are GOOD good!

MJ:  Take a moment to share anything else about Stank Nitty that fans
might not know…

SN: ‘Ketamine Cowboy’ drops the first of September and both “Elon” and “Farmacy Economy” are out now…Bring me weed at shows, please and thank you.

Watch the official video directed by Shabaam Sahdeeq with production by Yaw Boso. The funky 70’s melodies along with head-nodding bass exude a chill, yet tippy vibe. Take heed, as contact high is more than likely. Don’t get too hypnotized as taking notes on Nitty’s Ganjabotony is a necessity.

Stream “Farmacy Economy” here and connect with Stank Nitty below.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stanknittyy/

Instagram: @stank_nitty

Twitter: @nittystank

YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/StankNitty

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JungleBaby “Off the Floor” (Official Video)

 

JungleBaby is stirring up the pot in his new single/video “Off the Floor” produced by Terex Productions (video shot by Ledoox2).

It’s no holds barred for this Atlanta lyrical bandit as he goes in on industry rats. Over hard, gritty bass JungleBaby depicts the blatant differences between himself and those rats, both in the streets and in the industry. The cinematic vibe intensifies JungleBaby’s kingpin deliverance.

Stream/download the single here on preferred platforms and watch the video below.

Connect with JungleBaby

http://www.loadbreed.com/junglebaby.html

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D Prime 215 “How It Started” Pt 3 (Video Series)

D Prime 215 links with some of his good friends in South Philly for part 3 of his “How It Started” series. This track/video is produced by Mute Won with cuts by DJ Soulbuck.

“I used to think Airs & Talking Fly was living it up. Now I realize celebrating with loved ones is living it up.”

In this entry, D Prime 215 shares how he became a Hip Hop artist and through his signature lyricism takes us on a timeline depicting his growth and progression throughout the years.

“We all start somewhere. For the third entry in my “How It Started” song series I tell the story on how I started out as a Hip Hop artist to where I’m at today and how I got there. I went from rhyming for the sole sake of impressing friends, cyphers, freestyles, you name it, all to flex the wordplay. Fast forward to me growing as a person and having more life experiences, I began to channel that same energy into storytelling to paint pictures with words outside of just sheer wit.” – D Prime 215 

Watch the video and connect with D Prime 215 below.

D Prime 215

Instagram: http://bit.ly/DPrime215IG

Twitter: http://bit.ly/DPrime215Twitter

Facebook: http://bit.ly/DPrime215Facebook

 

Song Credits

Music Video by Illionairez: https://www.youtube.com/user/ILLIONAIREZ

Song Produced by Mute Won: https://www.instagram.com/mute_won/

Thumbnail Graphic by Tom Hindmarsh: https://www.instagram.com/toms_customs/

Cuts by DJ Soulbuck: https://www.instagram.com/djsoulbuck/

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B. Dvine “Pain Away” Lyric Video Ft. Pacewon

B.Dvine releases the official lyric video for “Pain Away” featuring NJ Hip Hop legend Pacewon of Tha Outsidaz. The single/video is taken from Dvine’s new album titled ‘Culture Shock’ which also features Tone Spliff, Ross May, T-Pain, D-Rage, Truck Jewels, and The One Lavic. The album also features guest producers Jimmy Rosica, Ross May, and Thomas Coppola.

How do you nurse old wounds? B. Dvine and Pacewon have conjured up the ideal cure. Simply burn and drink the pain away, also a remedy to unwind from the day. The duo flow over a formulated cadence, both striking and trippy fused with a knocking bassline. Prepare to roll up and pour some Henny…

Watch the official lyric video for “Pain Away” and stream/download the album ‘Culture Shock’ on preferred platforms (Culture Shock by B. Dvine – DistroKid).

Connect with B. Dvine @bdvine631 (features, beats, performances, etc.)

Support Divine Time Enterprise Merch

Divine Time Enterprises (creator-spring.com)

 

Connect with Pacewon @pacewon

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Kid Problem “Hellcats & Trackhawks” Video (Lil Durk Freestyle)

We Hot Music and Kid Problem present visuals for “Hellcats & Trackhawks” (Lil Durk Freestyle).

Representing Jersey, the video displays Kid Problem in front of street graffiti and his adorned car …no gimmicks or distractions for viewers, just bars. Hip Hop heads will appreciate Kid’s animated style and flow while he declares an unwavering focus on money, nothing else can be entertained. He’s been up and continues not to give a f*ck about haters or sideline rappers. Watch the video and connect with Kid Problem below.

Instagram: @1kidproblem

YouTube: @1kidproblem

TikTok: @iamkidproblem

Spotify: @kidproblem

Facebook: @1kidproblem

Soundcloud: @1kidproblem

Twitter: @1kidproblem

 

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The Good People – ‘The Greater Good’ LP & “Good Lord” Video

It’s always an epic time for Hip Hop when The Good People release new music. Just in time to kick off summer, the duo, Saint (producer) and Emskee (emcee) release their new album ‘The Greater Good’ available now everywhere music is sold.

For the 14-track album Saint and Emskee enlist an A-class of elites including DJ C-Reality, DJ Ace, Mikey D, Tone Spliff, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Skanks the Rap Martyr, Rasheed Chappell, Mxnxpxly Family, DJ Eclipse, and Hip Hop legends Lords of the Underground and Craig G.

Peep the tracklist and grab your copy of ‘The Greater Good’ on preferred platforms

Tracklist:

The Greater Good

Sound the Horns

Good Lord Ft. Lords of the Underground & DJ C-Reality

No Sweat

Ace & Two Kings Ft. DJ Ace

Nyghtlife Ft. Mikey D & Tone Spliff

Fire! Ft. Craig G

Nuthin’ Left Ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq, Skanks the Rap Martyr & DJ Eclipse

Six Shooter Ft. John Jigg$, Mouf, Rocwelz & Nam Nitty

Underdogs

On the Move

Different Moves Ft. Rasheed Chappell

The Knock

Grown

Buy/ Stream: https://orcd.co/greatergood

iTunes/ Apple: https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-greater-good/1567254518

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5pZYyQrD4hjaFqXPFdYr5y?si=SFzUfPSKSmu1JCHmxrwUfg

Watch the official video for “Good Lord” featuring Hip Hop legends LOTU and DJ C-Reality

Connect with The Good People

IG: @thegoodpeoplehiphop

Facebook: /thegoodpeopleny

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CEO of Hip Hop Movement Ron “Bee-Stinger” Savage Drops “Stop Cappin” Video

Owner and CEO of Hip Hop Movement Ron “Bee-Stinger” Savage returns with his latest single and video release “Stop Cappin.” Ron says this about the video, it’s aimed towards females who act like their hair, nails, etc. are real…I even took a hit for it on a major social media site.” Watch the video and connect with Ron “Bee-Singer” Savage and Hip Hop Movement below.

About Hip Hop Movement

Once upon a time during the 1st generation of Hip Hop, the Hip Hop Movement was just a term used to describe growing DJ’s and MC’s popping up city to city emulating what the young kids in the Bronx were doing later called Hip Hop.

Hip Hop Movement over the decades was never used in an official capacity nor had any ownership just a term people used with little to no network value. In 1990 Ron “Bee- Stinger” Savage,  while touring with the rap pop group SNAP made up the term Six Elements of the Hip Hop Movement while listening to Public Enemy “saying wow hip hop really is a movement”. These six elements represented Hip Hop Movement: conscious awareness, civil rights awareness, activism awareness, justice, political awareness, and community awareness. Ron ran with it on tour with SNAP making up stickers and flyers with the Six Elements of Hip Hop Movement.

Today Hip Hop Movement has ownership, meaning, and value thanks to Ron “Bee-Stinger” Savage registering the brand as a  servicemark with the USPTO back in 2017. He’s been busy knocking down YouTube channels, Instagram channels, and so on for using his brand Hip Hop Movement sending a clear message for everyone to stop trying to duplicate and mimic the brand. Ron “Bee-Stinger” Savage not only owns the registered mark but has used it in an undeniable, indisputable way starting Hip Hop Movement Channel on ROKU TV worldwide, Amazon Firestick worldwide, Amazon ALEXA worldwide, Hip Hop Movement Podcast which is also worldwide and also on ROKU TV under the Hip Hop Movement brand.

Ron “Bee-Stinger” Savage is also an established independent artist on his own independent record label, Hip Hop Movement Records, and has worldwide distribution. He’s released several singles and videos, stay tuned for his forthcoming release “Snacks At Night.”

VEVO

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMXQqKIZcI4F8Q9KiDvkaAA

Official Youtube Artist Channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMuFQ4DJVTkTzVldOlX7c0g

Artist Spotify Channel

https://open.spotify.com/artist/4Z6I78mvWXPERAOVNiYmBw

 AMAZON

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=ron+%22bee+stinger%22+savage&i=digital-music&ref=nb_sb_noss_2

Apple & Itunes

http://itunes.apple.com/album/id/1565129816

http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1565129816?ls=1&app=itunes

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/groups/officialhiphopmovement

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/ronald_savage_/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Savage

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hip_Hop_Movement

Hip Hop Movement Podcast

www.hiphopmovementpodcast.com

Hip Hop Movement Steaming Channel on ROKU TV

www.hiphopmovement.us

Hip is the Culture Hop is the Movement

www.ronaldsavage.com

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D Prime 215 Ft. Stevie Franks “Live From Hysteria” (Video)

D Prime 215 enlists Stevie Franks and DJ Soulbuck for his latest single/video release. “Live From Hysteria” produced by Hezekiah, is taken from Prime’s critically acclaimed album titled ‘Forever in a Day’ out now on major platforms.

“Coming from Philly, I’m certainly no stranger to hysteria. Whether it be in the news, social media, or with my own eyes…On the flipside however, going for the jugular on the microphone is what my city is known for.” – D Prime 215

Prime takes listeners/viewers into the eye of the storm while madness brews and quakes with intense drums and bass. His rhymes are factual and cut-throat, yet smooth enough for folks to relate to his personal and societal hysteria. Watch “Live From Hysteria” and connect with D Prime 215 below.

 

Connect with D Prime 215

IG: http://bit.ly/DPrime215IG

Twitter: http://bit.ly/DPrime215Twitter

Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/DPrime215SoundCloud

Facebook: http://bit.ly/DPrime215Facebook

 

Live From Hysteria credits

Music Video by Illionairez: https://www.youtube.com/user/ILLIONAIREZ

Song Produced by Hezekiah: https://www.instagram.com/hezekiah3rd/

Featuring Stevie Franks:  https://www.instagram.com/steviefrankstheartist/

DJ Cuts by DJ Soulbuck: https://www.instagram.com/djsoulbuck/

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Charley Hood Drops “Rock With Me” Visuals

Cold Hearted Ent reintroduces YG 400 affiliate/ Inglewood champ “Charley Hood.” His latest visual for “Rock With Me” shot by @voice2hard is out now on YouTube.

Charley Hood gives an up-close and personal account on the power of hood love along with Bonnie and Clyde, Mickey and Mallory vibes. Watch the video and connect with Charley Hood on Instagram and Twitter @charleyhood.

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Kid Problem Drops “Yeah Yeah” Video

We Hot Music and Irvington, NJ rapper Kid Problem release visuals for his hit single “Yeah Yeah,”  available now on all major platforms.

The video, by Cane Green Films, captures the raw emotion and intense energy from Kid Problem. The catchy hook, “Who am I to judge somebody always knew I’d be somebody, I be like finger out the window b*tch yeah yeah” and knocking bass drives the track along with Kid’s cut-throat bars.

His moves depict his come up and now focused, Kid Problem has no time for lameness, fake street thugs, or money-hungry dames. Watch the video and connect with Kid Problem below.

Connect with Kid Problem

Instagram: @1kidproblem

YouTube: @1kidproblem

TikTok: @iamkidproblem

Spotify: @kidproblem

Facebook: @1kidproblem

Soundcloud: @1kidproblem

Twitter: @1kidproblem

Business: wehotmusic1@gmail.com