New York native, hip-hop newcomer, AL COE, premieres his newest video “Addicted”, featuring R&B crooner Yung Rayle. Peep it below:
“Produced by Aristotle, ‘Addicted’, tells my story as a young broke kid moving to a new city and how I became “Addicted” to the lifestyle of getting Money.” – says AL COE about his move from New York to Atlanta.
His 90s inspired, new school EP entitled 1016, cleverly drops tonight on 10/16 at 10:16pm via http://coesigned.com
Already making news for her appearance in Jay- Z’s That’s Rocawear Campaign, check out Brooklyn’s own L.atasha A.lcindor’s new video, “Bee. Em. (Black Magic)”:
When asked about her new video, Latasha recetly told Noisey:
“Bee. Em. is stepping to frontline and asking the audience to open eyes to the systematic nature of our society towards race and entertainment. It’s also a middle finger to white America’s intentional blindness and implicit theft of our culture and well being.”
With no advance warning, Talib Kweli has released a brand new album’s worth of rarities, B-sides and never-before-heard material. Dubbed Train of Thought: Lost Lyrics, Rare Releases & Beautiful B-Sides Vol. 1, the twelve track LP includes features from Common, Killer Mike, Kanye West, Consequence, Yasiin Bey and more. Production credits on the album include Hi Tek, Kanye West, DJ Quik and Dave West.
Another day, another HANiF banger, the emcee currently on tour hits us with with a new jam “Crack Era”, from the recently released Student Union NYC Vol. 2 mixtape. Produced by Stewart Villain, “Crack Era” features Trafek, listen below:
The mixtape has 8 new tracks from HANiF, starring DJ Runna & DJ Fort Nox, visit studentunionnyc.com to download. .silencio
Busy year so far for the artist formerly known as luck-one, every other day we receive an email from his team with new hot sh*t. Portland to Harlem transplant HANiF recently premiered a new music video on Vibe.com entitled Servant II The King, from the EP 12 Inch Vinyls available now, check it out below: