Some more new Terrance E$Cobar for you lovely hipsters and backpackers. You know his twitter become a fan while you still can.
FEAT. YAMIN SEMALI & WHYCAUSEICAN.COM Dead End Hip Hop is based in Atlanta and a while back, XXL published an article listing 15 Atlanta rappers we should know. In this conversation, we discuss the XXL article and give our take on their list of Atlanta rappers. Thanks to Jerry from Why Cause I Can (http://wwww.whycauseican.com) and hip hop emcee Yamin Semali (http://yaminsemali.bandcamp.com/) to provide further insight into the Atlanta scene from a different perpsective. Check out some of the artist on the list and let us know what you think in the comment secion. XXL Article: http://www.xxlmag.com/news/2013/04/the-new-new-15-atlanta-rappers-you-should-know/
Wine and Rhyme kicks off at 9pm. Purchase your tickets now! On July 9th, the inaugural celebration of Wine and Rhyme kicks off. Wine and Rhyme is a monthly meet up/concert here in Atlanta blending wine and hip hop. It’s hosted by MICXSIC and Chef Ramos. At Wine and Rhyme you’ll find unlimited wine, dj’s, and performances from Atlanta’s rising hip hop artists thanks to Savage Fam and Urban Vines WC. Meet and mingle with other members of the food club or become one yourself! Enjoy signature food dishes from Metro Fuxon and hand crafted cocktails created by professional mixologists….
This is my first time hearing of ILLClinton but this isn’t a bad intro the duo out of the Atlanta hip hop scene. They actually have a number of songs I like sonically as I listened to a few other records in their catalog. I am looking forward to hearing what they put together on their début tape ILLANTA. Bio: ILLClinton A breath of fresh air to the Atlanta Hip Hop scene. The hip hop duo, ILLClinton, consists of two brothers from Atlanta, GA, Brennan (Artist/Producer) & Blake Belair (Producer). Their first official video of the self-titled single “ILLClinton (Obama)”…
Needless to say, Trouble Man is a sweet piece of work.