Originally released in 2006, the single, “In all the Wrong Places,” from California rapper/producer Kero One finally gets the music video treatment. This song is arguably the best known track from Kero One throughout his 10 year professional music career, topping iTunes charts back in 2006 and since being uploaded to youtube as a stream in 2008, has now garnered almost half a million views.
Trav Williams Gives Us His Ode to Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt with P.O.E. (Preponderance Of Evidence)
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It’s been a long time coming, but Ft. Lauderdale emcee Trav Williams is ready to make a comeback. First heard in 2008 with his debut project, The Trickle Down, Trav became a fav here at KN… so much, in fact, that we invited him to record to our Illmatic remix project and dub it IllTravis in 2009. Four years and a few mixtapes later, Trav Williams is gearing up to drop P.O.E. (Preponderance of the Evidence). Similar to IllTravis, P.O.E. is a flip on a classic 90s album — Jay-Z’s Reasonable Doubt.
West Coast recording artist Rey Resurreccion drops a new visual for his track entitled CREAM. Rey Res raps over a Jake One instrumental to bring this laid back, hard hitting track. The simple yet captivating visuals are brought to you by JRG Productions & Sweet Tooth Tony, who Rey has collaborated with in previous videos.
Audio: Hannibal Stax & Marco Polo f/ Torae "Warrior Drumz"
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Originally discovered by DJ Premier, Stax has been a staple on NYC’s underground scene for years and was featured on two Gang Starr LP’s and numerous tracks that were lost in major label recording vaults. Although Stax is undeniably a veteran, Seize The Day represents his long-overdue solo debut.
We are happy to announce that Mad Decent rapper RiFF RAFF's episode of soap opera classic One Life to Live is now available on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes! In this episode, RiFF RAFF plays "Jamie Franko", a smooth talking art dealer from Miami who spices things up in Llanview.
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 song is a well-combined mixture of braggadocio and feel-good vibes, setting the mood for summer festivities. Ricky and Glasses are set to release a video for the song later this month. The song will also be featured on Ricky’s upcoming mixtape, "The Unprofessional Professional."
Bizzy is already prepping for a banner year in 2013, as Nelly took the young emcee under his wing and featured Bizzy on his latest mixtape, ‘Scorpio Season,” on the track “Like Dat”, which also featured Trae Da Truth. Nelly & Crook also released a viral video for the record that has over 200k online views.