BBG crew returns once again this week with another new track titled "Doing Ok". This time featuring BBG member @PhatPeazy and Boston area artist Reggie Hills. This track will be featured on BBG's "Ready For Business 3: The Rebuild" mixtape. The mixtape will have features from Haze Carrera, Ray Ray, Reggie Hills, Prano, Salemme, and many more.
Justina’s music has been featured on popular television shows such as NBC’S Steven Spielberg directed Smash, VH1’s Mob Wives, Oxygen Network’s Runnin Russell Simmons, and MTV’s True Life. Her video, Hard to the Body, recently appeared on Spike TV’s Top 100 YouTube Videos.
Video: Tef Poe f/ Killer Mike - "Wrist Game Proper"
Courtesy Trackstar the DJ.
Here is the premier of the new Tef Poe video "Wrist Game Proper" featuring the big homie Killer Mike. Mike recorded this while we were on tour in St Louis, and they shot the video in Atlanta a few months later.
Track produced by Tech Supreme, video directed by Nato Caliph.
Saul Williams came to us. He wanted to be filmed in Paris Catacombs. Not the official, clean ones. He wanted to go in the dirty, tough, cold and humid network of underground corridors. He thought we might be crazy enough to accept the challenge.
Smoking weed, snorting coke, and dropping acid is what Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and producer Erick Arc Elliot, collectively known as Flatbush Zombies, are all about. The Brooklyn-based trio regularly uses these vices to escape the world they live in, or rather, DON’T live in. After amassing over 30,000 YouTube views in two days for their viral gem “Thug Waffle” and storming through Austin the other week for SXSW, Flatbush Zombies released their latest video, "S.C.O.S.A.," last week, and just yesterday, the internet unexpectedly gave leak to the group's latest single, "Laker Paper."
Video: Too $hort Explains His Stance During East/West Beef
Courtesy DJ Vlad.
"The legendary rapper explains where he stood during the height of the East coast/ West coast beef, along with his first-hand account of the situation. He also speaks about the ongoing beefs in hip-hop with different generations and regions."