This has been one crazy week for Dead End Hip Hop. No, I take that back; it’s been one crazy month. We kicked the month off with our very first radio interview, where we were on the other side of the mic with Kyle of 12Radio. If you haven’t listen to it yet, make sure you do! We had a great time and our fans really showed up and showed out. And lest we not forget that our interview was his highest rating show since he started 2 years ago. Our fans are the BEST!
Later in the month, we met up with SMKA to discuss potential future collaborations. The meeting went well and we are all excited about some of the great ideas we discussed. Stay tuned for more information.
This past weekend, the DEHH team checked out the live performance of a local MC, Nova, at Redlight Café. Dude really put on a great show and was levels above everyone else that performed that night. A party the previous night, a show the next night and balling with the guys on Sunday had me completely drained but it was totally worth it.
Last week on Dead End Hip Hop we saw:
- Our discussion on David Banner’s grand plan to change hip hop.
- Jon Connor and Obie Trice reviews.
- Our DEHH interview with 12Kyle of 12Radio which is a must listen!
- Death Grips The Money Store stream of their album.
- Beezy’s Beat Tape of the Week selection.
- Two more reviews by Myke C-Town of Knife and Absolute.
This week, you’ll see:
- Best dis track discussion featuring Browne drops Wednesday!
- Two more reviews: Death Grips and Reks.
- New articles from Myke C-Town.
- An article on Tupac’s hologram performance at the Coachella Music Festival written by Darcwon.
We have recently added a new writer to the DEHH team so be sure to check the website later to learn more about our new addition. DEHH is always looking for new bloggers/writers to our team, so be sure to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or tweet me (@kbinge) if you’re interested in writing.
Many of you may have noticed the new look to DEHH. Thanks to your continued support and donations, we can maintain branding for the DEHH movement. Keep sharing DEHH with your friends and hip hop lovers as we continue to build this story!