Frontstreet (@Frontstree) is back with a slamming visual to his record “Really in the Trap”. This video furthermore solidifies Frontstreet as an artist with a grind that is consistent to say the least. AllHipHop.com is the first hip hop blog to feature the video on their site and we are sure that many other hip hop outlets will do the same. “Really in the Trap” shows Frontstreet in his element with his hood and family. There is not much you can say about this video because words will not do it justice, press play and take a trip into the trap with Frontstreet.
Good Life Music Group’s, Issa (@IssaIam) who has been called a young vet in the industry just released an eye opening visual to his latest record “Whips and Chains”, which he recorded over a year ago which was never released. When asked why Issa had not released it his response was “I didn’t know if my fans were ready for it. Over the years, I’ve released several projects and on each one I put at least one song that expresses who I am and where I am headed with my music. I would like to move people in a new direction to open their minds. I want to advance my people. We shot the video few months back and my team allowed me to have creative control and I appreciate that”.
“Whips and Chains” was directed by none other than B pace and produced by Good Life Music Group’s very own T Black the Hitmaker. Issa also stated that “there are a lot of messages in the video that we purposely put there, but the craziest situation surrounding this video is that there are other messages that I had no idea were placed in there that God inserted. The message is we are no longer physical slaves, but yet some of us remain in mentally enslaved. WE ARE NOT SLAVES. I hope everyone enjoys it, learns from it and gets prepared for where I’m taking my generation.” http://cache.vevo.com/assets/html/embed.html?video=QMHSJ1390018&autoplay=0
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In the clip for the Philly MC’s latest banger, he drops words of wisdom for the younger generation to abide by, and he also provides a visual that was inspired by one of Ice Cube’s most iconic music videos.
About a month and a half after unveiling the video for “That White” featuring fellow Philadelphia rapper Freeway, Miz MAF returns with his latest banger, “Act Right.” Throughout the hypnotic track, produced by Mello Dee Beats, Double M uses his energetic pinpoint flow to masterfully emphasize the message of coming correct in the streets.
The MC accomplishes that with sharp, direct, and fairly-repetitive lines that’ll stay on the brain for days, like with the rhyme, “When you out there doin’ your thing, you better make sure you’re true to the game / ‘Cause when you’re out there fuckin’ the game up, the game gonna fuck up your name.”
As a product, and veteran, of the streets, Miz MAF feels its his responsibility to pass along these gems of knowledge.
“It’s a play on conscience, [like] just act right when you out here living life,” he says. “I took some of my everyday real life scenarios and played ’em out in [an] open-ended form, like if people [were] me or were in these situations, what would you do? You better act right!”
He continues, “I’m from the streets, so I had to inspire the people the only way I knew how — through what I’ve been through in the streets.”
In the video above, Miz MAF is in the streets of Philadelphia, and later a recording studio, performing the song, all while visually telling a story of young gangsters making fraudulent and deceptive deals, which later comes back to haunt them.
Also, there is a man standing outside a convenience store holding cardboard signs which read “WILL RAP FOR LIKES,” thus adding a clever and sly incorporation of Facebook, and perhaps on a deeper level, real life, acceptance.
Truth be told, the idea for the treatment was sparked by a trio of 90s west coast hip-hop artists.
“The actual visual concept came from Ice Cube’s video ‘True To The Game,’ in which all day he [was] going around trunking people who [were] being frauds and not true,” Miz MAF explains. “Also, I mixed in a lil’ bit of Dr. Dre and Snoop’s video for “Dre Day,” [as] both [their video and Ice Cube’s] had an ‘exposing the fake’ feel to it, which is what my song calls for.”
The World Famous, Dj Swamp Izzo, known for kickstarting the careers of many Atlanta rap stars such as Future, Young Thug, Young Scooter, Rich Homie Quan, and more is making a big announcement to the word today. Dj Swamp Izzo, the voice of the streets, makes the official announcement that he has officially joined forces with hip hop’s strongest movement YMCMB/Rich Gang with Birdman #1 Stunna. Watch as Birdman announces and introduces Dj Swamp Izzo as the new official YMCMB/RIch Gang Dj!!
Keiski better known as. ….Keiski Tha Boss……is one of Atlanta’s underground most keep secrets as 1/2 of the group ..Humhukey… With his new underground hit single. ..”Money Love”….produced by, Heart Beat. Growing up in the South he new he would become a heavy hitter in the Atlanta underground music is now bringing you to his mainstream musi
J. Simon is an American rap artist hailing from the small Alabama town of Saraland, found right outside of Mobile. J. Simon discovered that he wanted to be an artist full time after his aunt took him to his first MC Hammer, Heavy D and Queen Latifah concert. Even after he was accepted into college, J. Simon still continued his dream of becoming a musical star, like his inspirations Tupac, Michael Jackson, Outkast and UGK, who painted the sweet country street rhythmic picture that J. Simon wanted to be apart of. In college, J. Simon continued to cultivate his sound, creating a style that pulls from jazz, hip-hop, rock, blues and gospel, which he describes as “Mob Muzik.”
Recently, J. Simon’s work ethic gave him the opportunity to open for T.I. in select cities during the nationwide Hustle Gang Tour. Utilizing the momentum that he’s built, J. Simon is currently preparing for the release of his latest project, Simon Says, which is due to arrive this Friday, June 7th. Ahead of the aforementioned release, Simon delivers the official music video for “Name On It” — an adrenaline-filled anthem that finds the Alabama native asserting his confidence as he claims his spot in the rap game. Simon Says will come equipped with features from Young Dro and Ink, with additional production contributions from Roc N Mayne, Nonstop da Hitman, Cheeze Beatz, Bullethead Beatz, and more.