Take a few minutes out and watch GiO Dee‘s new music video for “Saturdayz,” produced by Muvafux. The video was shot by Kira Klein and Yinka Soda in North Philadelphia during his trip to A3C. However, the song was recorded back in 2011 and was suppose to be on #TOTB.
“Kilo” was one of my personal favorite cuts off Boston emcee Eddy Fish‘s street album, Real Niggaz Know. The track is a collaboration with Supastar LT, who’s getting back on the microphone after a short hiatus, managing Eddy’s career and building the Skyways Music Group imprint.
The infectious anthem will be the first single off his upcoming project and he plans on pushing it to the next level with a Mr. Boomtown directed music video.
Get a preview of the upcoming visual by checking out behind the scenes footage. With J-Rich behind the lens, we get an insight look as Boomtown and Co. bring the song to life out in Houston, Texas. H-Town legend Paul Wall, DJ Number 1 Hit, and more make cameos.
GiO Dee and the Chef Boyz recently stopped by WTBU’s The College Blueprint. The rising Boston rapper talked about being featured in XXL, networking at A3C, being influenced by the Chicago hip-hop scene, the “Don’t Wanna Be” music video, Von P being the last addition to the Chef Boyz, the upcoming #TOTB2, and more.
Cam’Geez delivers an in-studio performance of his remix of Nipsey Hussle‘s “Summer Time In That Cutlass.” The remix comes after the summer release of Allure Music & Memoirs 2, his collaboration project with rhyming partner Leo. Currently, their working on the follow-up as well as his own solo mixtape, Game Players To Game Changers.
Watch”Summer Time In That Cutlass (Remix)” below download the track, here.
Jay Z is the definition of the “American dream,” especially to African-Americans. The rapper turned mogul has been an inspiration to many of us. To be quite honest, he’s an important figure in culture today. But, how did he get there?
Moguldom Films plans to give fans answers with A Genius Leaves The Hood: The Unauthorized Story Of Jay Z. With commentary from Mister Cee, Jaz-O, Kim Osorio, Bobbito Garcia and othermusic insiders, the documentary will examine the critical moves Hov’ made throughout his career, including his split with former best friend and business man Dame Dash.
The documentary is scheduled to drop in early 2014. For now, you can watch the trailer below.