Brand new video off the CZARFACE album, “Hazmat Rap,” directed by MacFarland & Pecci, which Hiphopx.com premiered today along with the official announcement of the CZARFACE 2 project.
Scotty, also known as Scotty ATL, is an Atlanta-based rapper. @kbinge and @feefo247 talked with @Scottyatl at Legalize Loud about his latest project F.A.I.T.H. which includes features from Big K.R.I.T., Trinidad Jame$, Miloh Smith, Curti$ Williams, Lecrae, and more. We also talked to Scotty about his rise to the forefront here in Atlanta from his first mixtape . Be sure to check out Scotty’s latest video with Big K.R.I.T. & Trinidad Jame$ off the F.A.I.T.H. mixtape. If you haven’t downloaded Scotty’s F.A.I.T.H. project yet, the check out the link below.
Scotty ATL “Game” video with Big K.R.I.T. & Trinidad Jame$: http://www.complex.com/music/2013/07/video-premiere-scotty-atl-f-big-krit-trinidad-james-game
Scotty F.A.I.T.H. Mixtape: http://www.deadendhiphop.com/scotty-f-a-i-t-h-mixtape/
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Retro Sushi of Two9 releases a brand new visual for their track “Thirty Seven Thirty Two”. The rap duo links with Trap Legend, Oj Da Juiceman for a very surprising yet very fitting collab on “Thirty Seven Thirty Two” produced by Trap Money Benny. The video is directed by Cam Kirk with co direction from OriginalFani!
B-1 (aka One) has been in the game since the early 90’s, but despite close ties to many well-known rap artists and hip-hop luminaries his name remains relatively unknown. Hailing from Queens, NY, B-1 gravitated towards Hip-Hop at a young age, influenced by his mother’s eclectic musical tastes as well as the nearby block parties and park jams.
Citing Kool G Rap and Lord Finesse as major influences in picking up a pen and becoming an emcee, B-1 spent years honing his craft on the down low before being featured on two tracks on Kool G Rap’s 1995 album “4, 5, 6”, along close associate MF Grimm. However this wasn’t the first time B-1 worked with one of his former idols, as he already had the chance to record along Lord Finesse, Grimm and Freddie Foxxx in 1992, earning him a mention in the prestigious demo section of Rap Pages Magazine.
In the late 90’s, B-1 went on to become one of the first artists to sign a deal with Rawkus Records and released a handful of successful underground records, several of which featured collaborations with none other than Large Professor. In 2000 the very gifted Queens MC went quiet, but never stopped recording new music. It was already 2012 when B-1 finally made a dope comeback on the Beneficence collabo track, “Rulez To The Game (Remix)”, that also featured Harlem legend Herb McGruff.
Ill Adrenaline Records proudly presents a previously unreleased gem by B-1 & Large Professor entitled “Hands of Time”. This track was recorded back in 1997 and was supposed to be B-1’s first single on Rawkus. The “Brooklyn Side” of the 7″ has a dope demo track by O.C. & Da Beatminerz.
“Hands Of Time” will be available on digitally, on cassette and vinyl. Only 100 cassettes pressed, plus there are 100 opaque red vinyls (besides the usual black copies that will be distributed worldwide by Fat Beats) – both are exclusively being sold on the Ill Adrenaline website: www.illadrenalinerecords.com
Keep your eyes peeled for a B-1 full-length LP sometime next year on Ill Adrenaline Records!
Listen: B-1 Hands Of Time [Prod by Large Professor]
Stack$ has music flowing thru his veins and his entire life has revolved around it as his Father managed Sly & The Family Stone & Peaches & Herb and he even co-produced Gladys Knight & The Pips smash hit “Midnight Train To Georgia.”
A Miami, FL resident, Stack$ cut his teeth in the industry at a very young age, as he ran with the Cash Money click writing and producing tracks for Lil Wayne and a host of other Cash money artists; which would eventually lead to writing and producing for artists such as Diddy, Game, Fat Joe & Twista (among many).
Stack$ has now put the finishing touches on his forthcoming mixtape, The Snowball Effect, which will be released this fall and it includes collaborations with Nelly Furtado, Pleasure P, Urban Mystic, Nu Jerzey Devil, Charlemagne The God, MDMA & Jack Thriller & production from Scott Storch.
The lead-single from Stack$ The Snowball Effect is the uplifting “Whitewashed” f/ Bryan Rucker, but rather than try to put my own words on it, I think Talib Kweli sums up the consciously-tinged “Whitewashed” the best “Great video for every girl who thought she had to change who she was to be beautiful.”
Here is Atlanta rapper Columbia BT and Rocko’s brand new video for their street single “Man In My City”. It’s featured on Columbia BT’s latest mixtape Southside Jefe. Columbia BT has been making a lot of noise in Atlanta with his latest mixtape and tracks with Gucci Mane, Young Scooter, and Rocko.