New video by Rosco P of the Zoo Crew. The video features his take on Jay-Z’s Tom Ford record. The video was directed by @Consigliaire_ of Red Panda Media. I hope you all enjoy the video. Make sure you like, subscribe and share to show your support.
Short interview with Underground Rap artist out of Lansing Michigan. A member of the group “iLL Natured” ZACHARIA$ takes a moment to discuss his rap career and his latest project “Something to Prove”
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A short interview with Michigan rap artist 2Dope. Get to know a little more about him and what he has been up to and has coming. Follow 2dope on Twitter @thefamous2dope @thereal2dope. Check all of his music at SoundCloud. http://www.soundcloud.com/thereal2dope. Follow him on Instagram at @thefamous2dope. Follow 2dope on Instagram at instagram.com/thefamous2dope. Follow him on instagram at @thefamous2dope. Also follow @ogcarmine @donnyd517 @consigliaire_
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One thing for sure, SXSW music festival is the ultimate destination to experience the “best of the best” in the world of music. Many of these artists have a huge following making SXSW the “perfect additive” to ignite an explosion in their careers.
On Friday, while roaming the streets of Austin, we were informed that Black Milk has an “unofficial showcase” at Suite 101. Black Milk is one of the dopest emcees out there, cultivating the sound and movement of Detroit music. He performed several selections from his 365 album such as “Black And Brown”, “Deadly Medley”, and “Welcome (Gotta Go)”. Get Black Milk’s latest album 365 from iTunes or your local music retailer today!
Source: The Goodie Bag
Directed By: Cam Be & Bradley Murray
Interview Conducted By: Drea Opan
Detroit has a music scene that continues to birth great artist. The city has a lot of artist that have impacted music in many aspects. For sure, neo-soul artist Dwele is one of them. He’s had his touch in hip-hop working with artists like Slum Village all the way to Kanye West. A couple of weeks ago, he stopped in Chicago to perform at The Shrine. Once again, we teamed up with our good friends at GoWhereHipHop. In this interview, Dwele discusses the impact J. Dilla had on his music career and as his view point on the “self made” artist. Be sure to buy his new album W.ants W.orld W.omen in stores now.