For the latest installment of The Whole 9, we kick it with Bay Area rapper J. Morgan. He recently dropped a video for his single Real Love. Check out the interview below, and for more, find him on his website.Continue reading
Phony Ppl recently unleashed their new album mō’zā-ik (300 Entertainment), the follow-up to 2015 Yesterday’s Tomorrow. Blending soul, funk, R&B and more, each song on the 11-track set plays as an extended jam between five musicians playing at their peak.
Today, the Brooklyn-based quintet release the dizzying visuals for their song, Way Too Far. Directed by Joe Weil who has directed videos for Kendrick Lamar, YG, Puff Daddy, and The Internet, the production company who produced the video – Psycho Films – recently produced the video for Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar’s — Wow Freestyle as well as Aminé — Reel It In. The video follows the band and gives us a window into their world, and features cameos by Briana Shanee Wilson (Influencer / Entrepreneur. Creator of Matte Brand) and Patrick Paige II of The Internet.
Based out of South Carolina, the lyrical Picasso Will Boy sits the listener into his point of view as he cross hairs with word play and rhyme scheme contrary to point blank aim. The story teller has embraced the heritage of legends, as he has toured and shared stages with Hip Hop pioneers such as Doug E. Fresh, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G. Rap, and Rakim (Will’s most historical moment was sharing sharing conversation with the icon and soaking up what knowledge that he could in between moments of star struck bouts).
Will Boy just released his new single, Vision, featuring Skyzoo (produced by Chris Prhythm). Shot in Atlanta’s Krog Street Tunnel, the video brings a cinematic visual to the dynamic wordplay and tactical delivery of the Hip Hop henchmen.
Global Profit artist Plug Perry releases his latest single Quit Playin, featuring A&R OG Bigga Rankin.
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New York-based R&B/Hip Hop artist David Wayne releases fun, summery music video for his club-ready, drinking anthem Twisted.
Snoop Dogg connects with Amazon Music to release an exclusive new single titled Grateful, featuring Tyrese and E-40.
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Tekashi69 has found himself in his most comprising situation to date, as he, his recently fired manager, and 2 other former associates were just busted on racketeering charges, and
are in federal custody.
TMZ reports … 6ix9ine was arrested Sunday night by ATF agents in NYC, and the agents also hauled in his ex-manager, Shottie, at the same time. You’ll recall Tekashi had just fired Shottie and much of his management team last week.
One of the other suspects arrested is Faheem Walter — aka Crippy — who got shot a few weeks ago during the altercation with Tekashi’s record label head.
All 4 men are facing racketeering and firearms charges. The investigation was a tandem effort by ATF, NYPD and Homeland Security.
Tekashi has been tempting fate for the longest, after a judge who gave him probation in his child sex case had warned him to keep his nose clean … or he’d be going straight to prison.Tekashi and his crew are accused of conspiring to commit a slew of crimes, including drug deals, armed robberies and shootings … according to the federal indictment. The feds also believe Tekashi, his former manager Shottie, and 2 other members of the Nine Trey Bloods. pulled an armed robbery on April 3rd according to docs. The indictment also mentions the April 21st shooting incident at Barclays Center in Brooklyn … and fingers Fuguan Lovick as the trigger man. The indictment list rallied up to 17 and dates back to 2013. The feds also say Tekashi and associates were hawking heroin, fentanyl, MDMA and marijuana all over NYC. According to the 17-page indictment, Tekashi is facing 6 counts … the most serious of which is shooting a gun while committing a crime. That count carries a possible life sentence, and a mandatory minimum of 25 years in prison. His ex-manager, Shottie, is facing the same 6 counts. Prosecutors say the acts of violence were intended to protect the gang’s drug biz, retaliate against rival gangs or promote Nine Trey’s rep on the streets.