A few days back New Orlean's own Ambre Perkins dropped "Tsunami" & within the firs 30 seconds of the song I was captured by everything about it. The soulfulness of it, the sincerity in Ambre's voice, the productions (this alone is something that can be road to), & the way it all flows without letting a single seam be shown. In the song she expresses her admiration of Los Angeles artist Kehlani & one can't help, but want to listen to the best of Kehlani in order to get the same feel for her that Ambre does. As a bonus I've also included the bonus remix with BeeNone. Take a listen after the jump.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Timbaland's rising prestige from Chicago, has been making waves in no time at all. She has a track floating around with both Jay-Z & Rick Ross called "Movin' Bass" & could have a track with Andre' 3000 dropping soon. She is not to be slept on just watch the video below.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Another Negus banger on the site, this time he's assisting mellow vibed spitta Kash Akbar with this dope new Soul Sessions record, peep out the record after the jump...
Monday, December 15, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Just another rap conversation between 2 rap heads..check out what we came up with after the jump....
Monday, December 8, 2014
Friday, December 5, 2014
Only a few weeks away from their highly anticipated Winter Bash Concert at The Carver Theatre, Negus, Neno Calvin, Tokey Hef, and El Kidd team up for a MONSTROUS new record for the streets of New Orleans, properly named Beignets x Bass. Peep the flame after the jump....
Thursday, December 4, 2014
"With a large amount of inequality and unjustness taking place in society, Edward Buckles decides to speak out with his latest art film "JUST ANOTHER NIGGA?". Buckles' film speaks to a very common subject that is no stranger to the media these days, STEREOTYPING AND POLICE BRUTALITY. Strap up as this films takes you on an very emotional ride with actor Rahim Glaspy as he speaks for millions of black males in America and the common struggles that they experience with the boys in blue."