Directed by @J.A.T.H.A.N. for 10,000 takes Productions. Song produced by Tekneek.
Directed by Blaqstar.
Red Cafe releases a visual for "Rojo".
"Foreclosures" is produced by Justice League & 8 Bars. The track serves as the first single from Roazy's forthcoming project "Black Dollar", available this Thursday (September 3rd).
DUBB is next! This LA rapper is a friend of Sway in the Morning and kicks another great freestyle on our show.
This time around, we met him in LA for our West Coast broadcast, and while in-studio with us he talked about firing his manager and being his own team. DUBB keeps it candid as he also talks about putting in real work, from answering emails, printing physical copies of his CD and the reality of being broke.
Known as one of the most popular producers past and present, Just Blaze has an endless list of artists he has worked with since he first stepped into the game. In this exclusive, Just Blaze discusses the differences and similarities of working with artist who are producers and other artists who aren't as talented as they think. Mentioning Jay-Z, Lil Wayne and Kanye West as some of his favorite artists to work with, he also recalls the Roc-A-Fella days as he and Kanye traded ideas between one another to put together hits. Expressing that there was no competition within the camp due to his experience and amount of work he already had, Just Blaze shows love to those he has taught and learned from as well. Find out more about his thoughts on working with Kanye on 'Touch the Sky' and working with Wayne in our exclusive clip.
Puff Daddy stops by the studio to hang out with Big Boy! Puff discusses this year's BET Awards performance, his return to making music, REVOLT and more!
The Rugged Man joins up with worldwide beatboxing sensation Tom Thum for the latest visual off the album Legends Never Die, R.A. The Rugged Man has been supplying fans with a steady stream of visuals off the project. Now, he's back with another, this time for the throwback opus "Tom Thum." Featuring world-renowned beat boxer Tom Thum (whose TED talk has over 40 million views), the video was filmed in the streets of Berlin, Germany during a recent tour stop.
"For the video, I wanted to bring in graffiti, beatboxing, scratch vocals and just create a crazy weird animated hip-hop world," says the Rugged Man. "Kind'a like Mary Poppins in the 80's crack era." While the track may sound like it was blessed by a turntablist, R.A. reveals that no DJ was involved. "There are no scratches in the song," he explains. "That's Tom Thum, he's doing all the scratches with his mouth."
Grab R.A.'s latest effort "Legends Never Die" here.