Earlier in the month, DJ Yup released his single “A-Bomb” with Soulte & Crazy-T. He’s now debuted the official music video, comprised of footage from his various excursions in the Northwest and East coasts as he hit the road on tour. EDM, alcohol, clubs, and general debauchery are the themes du jour.
Prizzy has had quite an eventful past couple of years, and he’s never one to shy away from sharing his story. “Believe In Me” is another track that reflects on his journey and includes some footage from his recent tour stints. On top of it all, D has announced that he will be going on a solo tour, so look out for him in your city so you can catch him as the main act. Oh, and you can also DL this song for free.
A look at my journey through tour. I toured with Jake Miller for a couple of his tour dates, it was such an amazing experience. Thanks to all my fans that showed up. In August I’ll be returning back to the road, but this time I’ll be touring on my own! My own solo tour! Please come out and support, ticket links above!
I wouldn’t call Alexander Spit a conventional Hip-Hop artist, mostly because he rarely expresses himself via expected methods. His next instrumental album, Mansions 2, is set to drop soon and to promote it, he’s dropped an animated music video filled with anime styled visuals from yesteryear. And like some of his past work, it’s got a bit of an edge and is NSFW. So keep that in mind when viewing this 16 minute short film.
I personally love coming across artists that I haven’t heard before, and the band Kore Ionz is no exception. The Hawaiian group has released the music video for their song “First Avenue” off of World War Free, featuring one of my favorite MCs, Prometheus Brown aka Geo of Blue Scholars. The song may be a couple years old but better late than never right? Plus, I likely may not have heard the single had they not dropped the video.
It’s only been a couple weeks but we’ve already got another music video from Sam Tsui‘s new full-length, Make It Up. He’s chosen “Grey Area” as the next music video and it’s fairly different from any of the visuals he and Kurt have dropped in the past. This one has more of a MV studio set instead of the usual “real life” backdrops of his other videos. Plus, you get to see Sam break out some of the dance moves.
I’m a sucker for a good piano ballad, especially because you don’t hear them quite as often on the radio anymore. So if you’re in the mood for something a little more subdued in tempo but still full of emotion over the sound of the good ol’ black & whites, then I think you’ll enjoy this round up. The first few girls in particular killed it.
Jennifer Chung Covers “Lost & Found” by Lianne La Havas
For better or worse, NYC’s Rekstizzy isn’t your average, conventional, Asian-American rapper. In some ways he kind of reminds me of a cross between Jadakiss and Kendrick Lamar. Anyway, Reks recent dropped the following music video for the song “Whatever You Say”. He’s got an album set for release this summer so you can expect more from him in the coming months.
Arizona’s Derez continues to plug Derezolution, which is currently looking at November 23rd release date. There’s a fair chance this may change but in the mean time you can see this video for the song “When It Rain”. It was directed by Tran Viet Nhan and isn’t so much a music video as it is a montage film set to the song. If you’re interested in picking up the track, you can do so from Soundcloud.
It’s only Monday, but are you already looking for something to kick start your week? Perhaps a music video from EDM maestro, Steve Aoki, will fit the bill? He’s released the music video to his single “Singularity” featuring My Name is Kay … Continue reading