• S.T.S. ft. DJ Jazzy Jeff, Dayne Jordan & Son Little “How Philly Used To Sound” | @STSisGOLD @therealdosage @djjazzyjeff215 @SonLittlemusic

    Philadelphia to Atlanta’s Sugar Tongue Slim has returned with this new video, titled “How Philly Used To Sound.” With the release of WhiteGOLD approaching soon, this DJ Jazzy Jeff, Dayne Jordan and Son Little assisted track will be something to look forward while we wait for his new project. The track was produced by Steve McKie and Corey Bernhard.

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    Foci “Peace Up” Video | @iamfoci @ericheights

    I was recently having a conversation with someone about Diverse, and here a few days later we get this dope track in the inbox from Foci. This Diverse produced track is off of Foci’s The Achievement Gap project, which is available now. Video directed by Eric Heights.

    “While many emcees refer to the drug trade and their prowess in the underworld as a stepping stone to their own success in the music industry, few recognize the damage that substance abuse has on not just the user but the families and friends of those close to them. In “Peace Up” Produced by Diverse (Young Buck, Bishop Lamont, Dilated Peoples) Directed by Eric Heights (ArtBattleLA, KCET, Niche.LA) and Mixed & Mastered by Omar Loya (Nas, Common, Lil Wayne) off of Foci’s debut The Achievement Gap, Foci gives us an alternative stance while narrating from a point of view where he too recognizes how he failed his friend. The song highlights how a once promising young man slowly morphed into substance abuse, which resulted in the consequences of a decline in health, choices, and spirits. No stranger to this, Foci tells a true story of the tragic situation that lead to his friend ultimately committing the act of murder. The final words in the song will be sure to give you chills down your spine. It is a tragic and very sad order of events that anyone and everyone can relate to, in the ever so entrancing and haunting hook, if you’ve ever lost one put your peace signs up in the air.”

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    7evenThirty “The Problem” Video | @7evenThirty

    Gensu Dean provides the soundscape for 7evenThirty‘s “The Problem” track, which is a song that was written prior to the Ferguson incidents. The video, directed by Jay Brown, is a song from 7evenThirty’s previous The Problem album.

    directed: Jay Brown
    after fx: Paul Mihailoff
    Production Assistant: Sam McKenna
    produced by Gensu Dean

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  • Busy Signal “Money Flow/Greetings” Video | @busysignal_turf

    Alongside artists like Chronixx, Protoje, Kabaka Pyramid and of course the Marley clan, one of my favorite dancehall/reggae artists, Busy Signal never stops releasing new material.  He has a few of my favorite joints in the last couple years with Kingston Town Remix, Come Shock Out, Same Way among others.  He recently released a video for his mashup, “Money Flow/Greetings,” where he remakes classics from Eek-A-Mouse and Half Pint.  I’m not sure if a new album is on the way but I can promise a lot more new music is coming.

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