Brooklyn native Gliffics continues his four part video series, debuting the visuals for his second track "Move" from his eponymous EP. The self-produced track fast forwards where "We Take The Night" left off, as Gliffics takes us out of the drop top and onto the dance floor.
Georgia native Khalif Da Menace offers a refreshing approach to the music video for "Call Me Menace" as he takes us on a tour through his hometown Old 4th Ward, Atlanta with the song serving as the soundtrack. Khalif is currently working hard on his anticipated project Russian Roulette.
Video: Akir "New York" (A Court Dunn "One Shot" Video)
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The Plan promises to make 2013 a huge year for Akir as he says “this album has another level of music presence, taking my pre-existing formula to a larger audience. My first-project, Street Edition, was for the streets, but now I am aiming for the world”! Today, Akir & Court Dunn release the latest installment of Court Dunn’s “One Shot” video series “New York,” taken from Akir’s Focus EP.
It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #238 is our new interview with Brown Bag AllStars super producer The Audible Doctor! His latest song with Onyx' own Fredro Starr "Everyday Hell" can be heard on the Grand Theft Auto V mixtape. Visit AudibleDoctor to check out all of his work. Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check it out every Tuesday on RapReviews.com!
Video: B. Durazzo Interview at the Barley Street Tavern
B. Durazzo (@DurazzoBeats) takes a few minutes to chat with Steve 'Flash' Juon (@RapReviews) after rocking a set with his twin MPCs at the Barley Street Tavern in Omaha, Nebraska! Subscribe for more interviews from RapReviews.com.
http://RapReviews.com/ Mad Dukez and Fresh Kils make a stop in Omaha at the Barley Street Tavern before they hit the next leg of the Gettin' Gatsby tour! In this installment we discuss production for Dukez' new album, people coming in costume to shows, living the good life in Nebraska, and cultural differences between Canada and the U.S.! B. Durazzo also makes a run-in. Stay tuned for some more footage from Barley Street Tavern, and follow them on Twitter @MadDukez @FreshKils @DurazzoBeats. Follow the site @RapReviews!
RapReviews' podcast lineup brings you another epic show from Jeep Ward a/k/a DJ Halo in his Subways & Sidewalks series. Here's what Jeep has to say about it: "For this one I just got together with my homie E. Lit played some new dope music and shot the shit. Came out pretty hilarious and I like the flow of the podcast, but as always there's tons more stuff I wanted to play and say and do... but that's life right. Enjoy!!" Thanks for listening and remember to tell a friend to check out of all the free podcasts right here on RapReviews.com. Be sure to visit halodoesntsuck.com too and follow @Halo203 on Twitter!
Video: Fresh Kils PIR Routine at Barley Street Tavern
Fresh Kils (@freshkils) performs live at the Barley Street Tavern in Omaha, Nebraska rocking the twin MPCs! Other featured performers for the evening include Galvanized-Tron (@galvanizedtron), Mad Dukez (@MadDukes) and B. Durazzo (@durazzobeats). Steve 'Flash' Juon covered the event for RapReviews.com (@RapReviews).
Following the release of her highly acclaimed indie project "Open Mic, Open Heart" (an eight track studio album compiled of all original material composed, produced & performed by B~Free herself) she delivered the remix of the 90's inspired "9 to 5". The revamped version of the album single speaks of the trials & sacrifices we often endure to make ends meet, & the ultimate effect it can have on life & dreams.