Ace Hood gives life to the expression “devil on your shoulder” with his new video “Root Of Evil”. Very simply done yet there was so much impact with the background and little effects here and there. Check out Ace Hoods video “Root Of Evil” right here on streetkhemistry.com
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Teloe has the right idea for the title of their new mixtape. “Extraordinary” a bold yet pretty accurate statement for the work these gentlemen displayed. Tackling subjects that go overlooked with overall content, delivery and flow that you can learn, vibe and rock to. Check out Teloes “Extraordinary” right here on streetkhemistry.com
Poetic Death (The God) keeps the poetry pouring out with his third release off his upcoming EP “DOGMA”. This track is entitled “Bemoan” and is produced by Ruman. Poetic Death’s choice of titles always amazes me. After looking up with bemoan means I understood the track better. An example that intelligence can be the difference between a cliche and boring title and title that is original and educates the listeners.
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AZ releases a new “gem” called “We Movin’”, produced by Statik Selektah, and from his follow-up to the classic “Doe or Die II”, dropping May 21st. AZ effortlessly displays a rapid-fire flow, and the craft of rhyming multiple times per bar. He sounds like he has tapped into the “Doe or Die” zone, and is bringing a new classic to the table, yet again.
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Where is Webbie? He’s right here, letting you know this is “What I Do”. He sounds hungry, refreshed, progressive. His delivery is more dynamic. The time away, seems to have served him well. His new mixtape is still be worked on, and coming later this year.
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Here is my first interview I have conducted and it is with South Central Los Angeles rapper DUBB. He is signed to the label AV8ERS. With over a dozen mixtapes released as of 2012, DUBB has earned the nickname of California’s “Mixtape King”. He has also worked with the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul, just to name a few. He just recently released a project entitled “The Black Box” which can be purchased on iTunes by clicking here. You can also visit his official website by clicking here. The reasoning behind me interviewing DUBB was to actually understand more about who he is. I would be lying to you if I said I knew DUBB since he released his first mixtape or even his last mixtape. I am a new listener to his music and this interview solidifies why I should keep listening to him. Also, giving more insight to fans who may not have known certain things was another objective. I tried my best to avoid boring and cliche questions while still being able to ask the necessary ones in order to provide a very informative and balanced interview.
Thanks to FTV we get to see Hopsin (The God) and SwizZz do a studio session. Of course, this studio session will only increase the thirst of Funk Volume fans who have been longing for a Hopsin and SwizZz track as well as individual work from each artist. But hey as long as we know both are working and doing their best to give quality music that’s a good sign.
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Childish Gambino is highly talented. The singer, rapper, comedian and actor is on his way to the top. While he climbs check out this mixtape “Renaissance Man” which is a culmination of some of his best tracks so you can get a better feel of him. Hosted by Storytellers check out Childish Gambinos “Renaissance Man” right here on streetkhemistry.com
Tha Anthem is back with his 4th studio release titled “Ambient Space: Foreign Ports”. Covering social issues while still rocking the mic along side people like Gorilla Zoe, Mickey Factz and many others Tha Anthem gives you something for your ears, mind and soul. Check out this deep, welll executed mixtapr “Ambient Space: Foreign Ports” right here on streetkhemistry.com