Audio: Create & Devastate Present: Most Confident (EP)
Swedish producer/deejay duo Create & Devastate present the Most Confident EP, which is now available through all major digital retailer via Elite Fleet/Coalmine Records. Featuring Wildchild, MED, and Mykill Miers, the eight track extended play release also boasts remixes from Swedish producers Freddie Cruger and Max I Million. Original and remix instrumental passes included. Stay tuned for Coalmine's forthcoming Unearthed compilation album, which will feature the main version of "Most Confident."
Video: Willy G - Monsters (prod. Fresh Eire Music)
Willy G aka William Gallagher is a hip hop artist from Muff, Co.Donegal Ireland. He has been rapping since he was 12 years old and is passionate about music. He finds music as a way to escape the mundane everyday worries and stresses you come accross in this life. He has recently teamed up with Steve Devlin and founded Fresh Eire, a hip hop group from the north west of Ireland, look out for the album coming out soon.
New music alert from The Young Star Life's rhyme scheme specialist MOGZ as he delivers an impressive display of lyricism on "Tao of LA", a special introduction to his free summer release '23' that comes into play as a setup of support for debut album we've all heard so much about, the "LMP" LP (that will feature all original production by Record Producer P-Midus) set to release this fall.
South Jersey's Ricky Rude and Los Angeles' Glasses Malone are quite possibly hip-hop's 'Odd Couple.' On Ricky Rude's new track, "Good Mood," which samples the theme song from the classic sitcom "The Odd Couple," the New Jersey troubadour trades bars with YMCMB's Glasses Malone, as they tell listeners everything that puts them in a good mood. The duo has released a trailer to the song's music video which is set to drop next Tuesday. Judging by the trailer, this video will be a scorcher, featuring some tremendously attratice women to accompany Ricky and Glasses' performances.
"Color Of Ignorance" Video Sparks Discussions of Hip Hop & Race
Courtesy Dan S.
This weekend saw hip hop's biggest star Kanye West speak to the ideas of racism and superficial imagery in today's hip hop, making Lorenzo's message all the more stronger and relevant for his visual for "Color Of Ignorance," directed by Michael Belcher.