Dro Pesci – Killswitch

The second video off Dro Pesci’s new project “When I Blow Up Don’t Show Up Vol.4” is called “Killswitch” featuring Bankai Fam’s Skanks & Shatike. Produced by Nick Jackelson and shot & directed by Mo Stafford.

The Staten Island MC shows the whole “good things ain’t cheap” theme in this comical video, though the song and lyrics are definitly serious!

Snowgoons feat. Chris Rivers – Keep Runnin’

His Father is the late great Puerto Rican Rapper Big Pun who hailed from the Bronx and was ranked one of the Greatest MCs of all time.  But don’t get it twisted, this Puerto Rican Prince, who goes by the Rap name Chris Rivers, is his own fire breathing dragon, giving fans something heroic to believe in once again. No wonder Chris Rivers found a good spot on the Snowgoons – Goon Bap album between all the 90’s heroes. Keep Runnin’ is a positive story about to keep it moving and put your shit together. We all have been in difficult situations but managed to pull through. Chris Rivers shows his lyrical potential wrapped up in a story eveybody can relate to. The video is Part 1 of a bigger story… to be continued… 

Snowgoons feat. Passionate MC – Cypher God


Another video from the Snowgoons “Goon Bap” album and this round the goons bringing Rhode Islands finest Passionate MC to shine.

The video entitled “Cypher God”, which is Passionate MC’s nick name, and well known from the Team Backpack movement with his lyrical fitness.

This song is dedicated to the legend Sean Price (R.I.P.), who worked heavy with the Snowgoons during the last 10 years.

M-Dot – Dreamscape

Many times dreams can be an escape of sorts. A nightmare conversely can offer the polar opposite…a dream you wanna escape from. ‘Dreamscape’ (Shot in a Western Massachusetts abandoned mental asylum) offers the latter. The horror-core track (laced by Marco Polo‘s menacing drums) is a reprisal themed record aimed at producers, promoters, blogs, rappers, friends & anybody else who has doubted, disrespected, slept on or overlooked the ambition, dedication & overall lengthy resume’ of M-Dot. While the EMS crew front man sets his crosshairs at the aforementioned parties, the song also carries a mocking tone toward the common belief that a ‘killer bravado” sells.
Let the blood spill.
‘Dreamscape’ comes on the heels of animated visuals for his single “Shine” featuring Method ManDominique Larue & Katy Gunn (watch) as well as the viral interactive 360 video (2 Million views between Facebook & YouTube) for “123 Flow” (watch). “egO anD The eneMy” due for release on January 27th, 2017 on Own Lane Music (Production by Large Professor, Hi Tek, Marley Marl, Buckwild, Marco Polo & more).

60 East & Blu – The Origin (Video)


West Coast rapper 60 East teamed up with Sly Boogy & Blu earlier in the year to pay tribute to California over a Leksbeat production. ‘The Origin’ features the Inland Empire bar smith, Wake Up Show veteran and L.A lyricist trading verses about their love for The Golden State. Following support from 2DopeBoyz, the single alongside the preceding ‘10,000 Hours: A Story of Success’ project, 60 toured Europe and performed at the 15th Annual Hip Hop Kemp Festival. Sharing stages with the likes RedmanEPMDMGK & Anderson Paak, alongside others.

Returning from a second tour in Europe, 60 East is releasing a video for the critically acclaimed collaboration to celebrate the announcement of his appearance at this year’s A3C Festival. Unfortunately, Sly Boogy’s incarceration ruled him out of appearing in the video but 60 & Blu hold it down regardless. If you’ve never wanted to visit L.A before, you definitely will after a watch of ‘The Origin.’

Svn – 9000 Bissonnet

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Houston up-and-comer, Svn, has every reason to be feeling pretty good about life right now. His single, “9000 Bissonnet”, for which todays video was shot, has climbed organically past 31K plays on Soundcloud in the few months since its release and his follow-up project, “Second Sunday”, is in the can and set for a September 29th release.

Produced by Anthem“9000 Bissonnet” is a slow-moving yet addictive track that moves at a pace that feels comfortable for an artist from Houston but, while Svn embraces, and embodies all thing H-town, his flow and lyrics cannot be boxed up quite so easily. Born in the infamous South Park area on Houston’s South Side, birthplace to legends like Scarface, Lil Keke and of not surprisingly, South Park Mexican, Svn has branched out, spread his wings and relocated to the South West side, a far more racially diverse area of town, but one with a less than stellar reputation. In the first paragraph of the area’s Wikipedia page, it reads, in part, …..The apartment complexes bordered by Southwest Freeway) and Bissonnet Road, including properties along Bellaire Boulevard and Gulfton Drive, are dense and known for crime…. Not to give the impression that South Park doesn’t have its own issues but Svn left his comfort zone, ‘where everybody knows your name’ and found himself alone, unknown and forced to fend for himself. “9000 Bissonnet” is that story.

“The song is about moving from South Park, Houston, Texas; where I knew everyone and felt safe to moving to the Southwest side of Houston were I didn’t know anyone and had to fend for myself. It’s a coming of age story…My inspiration for the video was showing that I AM the city of Houston and the city of Houston is ME. That’s why the intro scene is of me with Houston inside of my silhouette.” – Svn

Anyone who has ever been uprooted from everyone and everything they know and forced to start over in what could be considered a war zone, will be able to relate. Check out “9000 Bissonnet” after the jump.