Posted by LoffyG on April 1, 2013
A couple weeks back I presented you with Cam Meekins’ newest song “Inhale”. After accumulating over 35,000 plays via Soundcloud we now have the visuals to accompany it. Per usual, Cam helps direct the video along with Goodwin, giving it that simple yet authentic feel his videos comprise of. At the end of the video the album artwork for Cam’s upcoming album Lamp City flashes. If you missed it, you can check it out along with the explanation of why he choose it here. Catch Cam live at one of his upcoming shows in Boston or Brooklyn using the link below!
Posted by CHAZZZ on March 8, 2013
To keep the hype up from Na Plam’s single “Roam the Night” with Bad Boy Bill, Nay drops some nasty visuals live from his show in Hollywood. The mastermind behind Krewella’s “Krewlife” series, Miles Evert Productions kills it again on the lenses and continues to prove himself as one of the top videographers in the industry. Captured perfectly, Na Palm once again shows off his talent in front of a packed house at Hollywood’s super club, Avalon. Don’t miss Na Palm this Spring/Summer, he is dropping his tour schedule on his newly redesigned site HERE soon! Enjoy!
Hip-Hop, Videos | Kyle Lucas & Captain Midnite — I’m Only A Little Crazy, Baby (Haunting Me) [Music Video]
Posted by jeffwbaird on March 4, 2013
Here is the latest video from one of my favorite emcee/producer duos, Kyle Lucas and Captain Midnite. Just off the heels of the Seattle producer’s most recent EP, All This Will Fade, Midnite connects with the Marietta rapper over this fiery track, complete with some visuals that definitely live up to the track’s name (hint: there’s murder, straight jackets, and an insane asylum, among other things). Check the video out below, and if you haven’t gotten their most recent collaborations, you’re going to want to get on that now.
Posted by jeffwbaird on February 28, 2013
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to you that I love introspective hip-hop—and man does this new Accent track take the cake. Amidst a genre primarily concerned with braggadocio and glorified false personas, Accent utilizes his singing skills to evoke this powerful jam about “accepting the imperfections that define us, and being proud of them.” The Kid Vision-produced single from his Sight & Sound EP features a verse from frequent collaborator Kinetics—whose internal rhyme-schemes become more impressive by the song—and impressive visuals courtesy of Hickory that highlight the song’s meaning and personal nature, which Accent eloquently described for us:
“The song recognizes that every human has their own unique qualities, yet it acknowledges that those differences between us are what make all of us the same; everyone struggles with their own experiences and identities. The sources of my own pain are very literally expressed here and every word is carefully recited making for a clear projection of the message. I reference my own issues regarding bi-raciality, growing up without a father and being almost obsessed with what I loved about my childhood but I also touch on my capacity for love and the purpose I have for existing. While “Everybody’s Crazy” comes from a sad place in my heart it encourages people to transform the negativity in their histories into a beautiful representation of the strength they have developed from it.”
Posted by LoffyG on February 11, 2013
I present to you the first video/single off Mike Stud’s upcoming project, which is slated for a release in the near future. It has been a minute since we’ve got an all original track from Mike and I’ve got to say I’m diggin’ it. I think that many people in our younger generation can relate to a song like this. After getting a small taste of what the project has to offer, I’m looking forward to hearing more. Shout out to Jon Kilmer for this great set of visuals. Follow Mike below on his social media outlets for the latest updates.
Posted by Jess on January 28, 2013
With his debut mixtape In The Shape dropping next week, Jackson Breit drops the visuals for “Lying Together”. The track is a smooth remix of FKJ’s “Lying Together” and Jackson sings flawlessly over it. I’m excited to see what’s next for Jackson. He has the voice and the looks to truly make it big. Download the song below and be sure to become a fan of Jackson Breit on Facebook.
Free Download: Jackson Breit – Lying Together