Produced by Psycho Les Strings: Mireya Ramos Cuts: DJ Eclipse Mixed by Spent DNero at Goblin Music Studio
Video Credits: Directed by Yan Producers: New Pace Productions & Enemy Soil Films Camera: Bill Connell, JC Costa, Mike McRath Second Camera: Luke Rafferty Editors: JC Costa & Yan Colorist: Bill Connell
'Go Hard Or Go Home' is the fifth song from Zuby's 'Commercial Underground 2' album to receive the video treatment. The track (produced by Finnish producer OP Beats) features Zuby flowing as confidently as ever over a head nodding banger of a beat, reminiscent of a 90's US West Coast sound. The verses are heavy on Zuby's deft wordplay and are broken up by simple yet infectious hook, inspired by one of Zuby's own life mottos, 'Go Hard or Go Home'.
Seasons is the debut instrumental project by based Brooklyn producer, DJ, and self proclaimed "record hoarder" Keith Edward released by 95Labs. Inspired by the mixed emotions triggered by weather patterns and cyclical changes in New York City, the 21 track project takes the listener on a musical journey through the city's four seasons beginning with Spring playing thru the end of Winter.
This documentary takes a journey into the world of Castro y Gambin - Los Galactikos. See them perform at the 2012 Spanish Harlem Puerto Rican festival on the mega stage, and at the 2012 Jackson Avenue Puerto Rican Festival! The video includes behind the scenes footage from the Puerto Rican festival plus music by Los Galactikos.
Video: Big Dutty Deeze - "This Is England" (prod. Rediculus)
As England gear up to quarter final match this weekend in Euro 2012 nothing seemed more apt than to let you off with this superb music video lifted from Big Dutty Deeze's forthcoming debut album 'The English Gentleman'. Created & directed by the UK's leading Hip-Hop broadcaster & channel Urban Vibe UK this video is getting love from both sides of the pond.
Peoples Army rapper Wordplay gives his spin on the new Juvenile and Rick Ross track POWER. Referencing revolutionaries from Fred Hampton to Mumia Abu-Jamal, aiming at the agencies he blames for their fate, he raps "They try discrediting any ni**a that's threatening the system and its effort to keep you thinking you benefit".
News: KREAYSHAWN Announces Partnership With A Bathing Ape® In London / European Tour Dates
Kreayshawn and BAPE® are excited to announce a collaboration which will bring Kreayshawn's Baby Milo t-shirt to BAPE® stores around the globe. On June 23rd, exclusive limited edition t-shirts, designed by BAPE® for Kreayshawn, will be available for sale at the London flagship store and online starting at 6:30pm (UK). Following the t-shirt launch in London, Kreayshawn will perform at several music festivals in Norway, Belgium, France, England, Italy, Denmark, and Holland.
Kreayshawn and BAPE® first forged a relationship when Cipha Sounds introduced them to each other last year. "I'm so blessed to have a BAPE® collab. I love the fashion and culture this clothing line has always had behind it," said Kreayshawn.
In addition to launching the t-shirt and album pre-order card promotion, Kreayshawn will host an exclusive in-store listening event at BAPE® London location on July 5th that will give fans a sneak peak of Somethin' Bout Kreay. Invitations to the in-store event will be given exclusively with every tshirt purchase and fans can also enter to win invitations to the in-store. Details will be revealed on www.Kreayshawn.com and www.BAPE.com shortly.
Kreayshawn is also looking forward to performing at several forthcoming European festival dates. She'll kick off her tour starting June 27th at the Hove Festival in Norway, and make stops in Belgium, France, Italy, Denmark, and Holland, before winding down in London on July 8th at the Wireless Festival. Full dates and info can be found below.
Kreayshawn Tour Dates: June 27th: Arendal, Norway – Hove Festival June 29th: Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter Festival June 30th: Arras, France – Main Square Festival July 2nd: Milan, Italy – Plastic Club (headlining) July 3rd: Copenhagen, Denmark – Rust (headlining) July 5th: London, United Kingdom -Yoyo (at Notting Hill Arts Club) July 7th: Amsterdam, Holland – Pitch Festival July 8th: London, United Kingdom – Wireless Festival