Live from the DMV, Dugee F Buller (Losing Freedumb Entertainment) brings to you his single titled, “RL Flow”. In a recent studio session with LexofNP, Dugee wrote,recorded, and shot the video for “RL Flow” from 2-5am; if that’s not grinding then i don’t know what is. The message that Dugee wants the audience to take away from “RL Flow” is simple; support real artists. As seen from the footage, RL puts a tonne of hours into his craft. Artists are obligated to have free music available with the click of a tab, but the amount of effort put into making dope music deserves a pay off in order to become self sustaining. Check Dugee F and his team go in at the DMV, and support all artist doing their thing!
One of my favorite tunes off AuRA just got some visuals. SeT teams up with Haviah Mighty for “Until Then”, a song that can be taken two ways – one about love and meeting a girl – or hip-hop (as it is portrayed as a female in many eyes). The visuals take you along this romantic encounter though with anything, there’s always a twist. I’m glad these two linked up. SeT and Haviah Mighty that is. Separately they’re phenomenal, together they’re a force to be reckoned with.
Childish Gambino linked up with Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg for a very in depth and relieving interview. The actor turned rapper held nothing back when discussing how he keeps it 100% authentic, and let loose a few stories from his past that may surprise a few fans who are use to the care free, easy going Gambino. At the end of the interview, Bino let off a monster freestyle over Hit Boys jam, “Grinding my Whole Life.” Peep the free style, and the full interview below.
HEAT! Fresh Kils and Uncle Fester (together known as The Extremities) are back at it again with another routine, this time blending Portishead’s “Strangers” and “Sour Times” with O.C.’s “Time’s Up” to create “Sour Times Up” — not just a clever name-twist but a dope combination from two unexpected corners of the music world. Even better, the guys were kind enough to give us the honours of premiering it. The routine comes as the Toronto/Halifax duo prepare to embark on a U.S. tour to promote their new album, Instruments. Check out the routine below and read the mini-interview after the jump.
With 40 million plus albums sold, Lenny Kravitz continues his reign as the true guitar hero with the upcoming release of his 10th album, Strut. “The Chamber” is the first single off his upcoming record, and the video is as raunchy as ever. Centered around Guitars, women,guns and brief youtube nudity, “The Chamber” is rock and roll to the fullest. Lenny’s 10th album, Strut, is due out September 23rd. Switch the tempo up today and peep the rock gods latest effort, and of course, share your thoughts with us.
“This record brought me back to a place of what I love so much about music.Back to the feelings I had when I was in high school. It’s a real rock and roll record – it’s raw, it’s got soul and it came together really quickly.”
After delivering The Screwface mixtape, Duck Down Records’ latest signee drops off a visual for track #2 off the tape. The”Cursed Blessings” video follows the young emcee as he schools himself in the library; and proceeds to drop some serious knowledge for the people. Be sure to check out “Cursed Blessings,” and peep the tape if you haven’t done so already!
London’s own Del Reze and JR Fillion let go one of the scariest music videos you’ll see for a minute, “Falling Asleep”. This horror-themed video directed by Sonic Sinema has the power to make you quiver. Held captive in an asylum, Del Reze and JR Fillion to try stay awake and escape the madness. ‘Zombified’ people chasing them, a mad man looking to have his way and slice them open, locked doors and bloody hallways. This is one you don’t want to watch before falling asleep! Pun intended.