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Welp, the ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’ World Tour has officially kicked off TODAY and the TDE camp gets fans ready by releasing this promo clip above.
But that’s not all! You’ll surely want to watch, or listen, the whole way through as the video also comes with a Black Hippy “U.O.E.N.O” Remix! And yes, they all pretty much killed it!
UPDATE: You can now download Black Hippy’s take on Rocko’s hit below…
The Underachievers are back with “May’s Patience” today, produced by The 20th Letter, to get fans ready for some new releases next month with their new project ‘Chapter 23′ set to drop in the fall.
As the May 23rd release date for Chuck Inglish’s upcoming Droptops EP rapidly approaches, the cool kid comes through with an exclusive premiere of his debut solo project before it premieres tomorrow via Karmaloop. Inspired by a night spent in a droptop Bonneville during this year’s South by Southwest festival and the good vibes of spending a summer in Los Angeles, the project will serve as a prelude to Inglish’s forthcoming as of yet-unscheduled freshman full-length album, Convertibles.
Entirely produced by Chuck himself, head on over to The DJ Booth to listen to 9 tracks sprinkled with guest appearances including the Aston Matthews and Kashflow assisted “Tangerine” as well as his most recent single, “Drops.”
Today T.I. brings us the latest visual off his Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head album, in stores now.
YP just dropped yet another new joint titled “This’ll Do” with production by Mario Winans. YP’s new project Restless is on the way. Spotted at IR.
With the recent news of his upcoming project, the Tetsuo & Youth LP, Lupe has reappeared to bless those who have been patient with new music. This Atoms for Peace inspired track is a bit of an homage to the classic Orwellian novel “Animal Farm”, and should be logged as further proof that Lupe has not lost his touch; contrary to popular belief. Here we have potent Lupe social commentary at its finest, enjoy.
As stated yesterday, yours truly is taking over Diddy’s @RevoltTV handle today to spearhead the discussion on #LIVEMUSIC! I’m excited about getting into this subject specifically as for me, I’m never fully a fan of an artist until I’ve seen them live. But, can these artists we grow to love just by listening to their mp3′s become a superstar without a great live show?