Young Cash made his comeback mark on T-pain's "Booty Wurk" and Tay Dizm recently brought you "Smoke" featuring T-pain, put those two artists together on one song and back it up with the support of T-pain, you know it's a certified hit! The song was produced by Signature and F.M.B and will appear on Dizm's upcoming project ART on March 29, 2012. The project will feature artists such as T-Pain, Young Cash aka Joey Galaxy, One Chance and ¡Mayday!
"This is one of my favorite songs off of ART, I had fun with this song and it's a piece of the final masterpiece. Glad I got my homie Young Cash on the song and hope yall like it," says Tay Dizm.
"I'm all for making hit records and pushing them, I'm really feeling this record and I'm glad to be on it with my man Tay Dizm," says Young Cash aka Joey Galaxy.
Around this time last year Tay Dizm released "Smoke" from then efforts Thank You for Being a Friend, that quickly received over 35 thousand downloads in the first two days of the release. For the past nine years Dizm has been representing Nappy Boy well with his successful releases of "Dream Girl" ft Akon receiving over 18 million YouTube views to date and "Beam Me Up" featuring T-pain and Rick Ross. Dizm has toured alongside T-pain internationally and headlined shows nationwide. His high energy performances, unique footwork and his life's experiences he shares through his music continues to make him a memorable artist in the game today.
MP3: Yung Texxus & Tek Neek f/ Bun B - "I'm Comin Down"
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“I’m Comin Down” featuring Bun B is the first official single off Yung Texxus and Tek Neek’s collaborative debut Dead Presidentz-N-Caddies. We appreciate all of your support and wanted to make sure you have the record as it hits the streets. Be on the look out for more from Dead Presidentz -N- Caddies.
NINA B shows off her freestyle skills below for BossLady.tv x Convention Magazine's video series “Minute To The Top,” where artists perform a themed freestyle in an elevator from the ground floor to the top, signifying their journey from nothing to something.
Enter the scene of Marcos Rawles, aka Self Destruktion! This kat straight out of Los Angeles is bringing back that swagger of west coast hip hop in his music, while still keeping true to his own art. Self Destruktion has been rapping for years, making his presence highly felt in L.A. as well as other cities across the nation. He spits lyrical content for the mind, and adds that west coast flava that has been desired since it "went to the underground."
Though the single "Smoke Out" has been the elevated track of his music, I heard other tracks that brought about a stronger appeal to me, but to each our own preference right? The track on his Myspace page, American Dream brings a strong presence and anthem type feel, definitely worth a peep.
This hip hop artist is grindin' hard and busting through doors to get his music distributed even further! Check him out at his Myspace page at www.myspace.com/selfdestruk2010 . Much respect!
Video: L.E.P. Bogus Boys - Shady 2.0 SXSW Showcase
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Yesterday, L.E.P. Bogus Boys let loose with footage highlighting their recent SXSW travels. In three short days last week, Count & Moonie took over Austin, performing 10 showcases, including the Audible Treats Third Annual SXSW Showcase, the Interscope Records Showcase, and the much heralded Shady 2.0 Showcase serving as openers for 50 Cent, Eminem, Don Trip and more. In this latest clip, catch the Bogus Boys as they take the stage at Shady, performing their currently unreleased, Jahlil Beats-produced single, "Benjamin Franklin."
Behind-the-scenes footage of Iron Solomon's first visit to Austin for this year's SXSW Festival. Follow him as he performs at various showcases and chops it up with some of his peers, including Slaughterhouse, Machine Gun Kelly, A$AP Rocky, Paul Wall, XV, Chiddy Bang, Danny Brown, Mr. MFN eXquire and more.
MP3: Mike WiLL Made It Ft. Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka Flame - "Back 2 The Basics"
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Last year, two days after Christmas, Atlanta producer Mike WiLL Made It released his debut mixtape, Est. In 1989 (Last Of A Dying Breed). In addition to giving fans a run down of Mike's work - known and, in some cases, unknown - the tape also featured a number of exclusives, including Future's instant club- and street-classic "Itchin'," "Animosity" featuring Gucci Mane & Yo Gotti, and more.
This spring, Mike plans to unveil the follow up to that mixtape with Est. In 1989 Pt. 2. Like the original, Pt. 2 will feature a collection of Mike's previous work, in addition to a handful of exclusive singles, the first of which he's excited to release today, on his 23rd birthday.
The track, "Back 2 The Basics," features Brick Squad generals Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka Flame. Both rappers sound at their most inspired, and so it's not a surprise to learn that the song was recorded earlier this year, when Waka crashed the studio during Gucci's Trap Back sessions. "Waka walked in the studio and heard us working on the song," recalls Mike. "All three of us were in the studio working together - it felt like the old days, back in '06 or '07. It's bigger than music; we're really like fam."