Kendrick Lamar releases the visual for his hit single “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe” with appearances from Mike Epps and Juicy J. That is kind of funny for there to be a Juicy j appearance just because my interpretation of the all white dress code funeral was the death of molly. I mean I could be wrong but anyways enjoy.
I have been playing this song in my stereo since the weekend.
Dizzy Wright and FunkVolume’s video picture for their new campaign “Still Movin”.
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I find it interesting that people really didn’t pay any attention to Aaliyah till she passed away. I guess it’s true they only love you when your buried and gone. For some reason this generation suddenly has a certain fascination with her which is cool because she deserves recognition. I’ve been on Aaliyah since “Back & Forth” days when she was rocking the patch on her eye. I mean only a true Aaliyah fan would know this song anyways. I had to be the only fourth grader who listened to this album and after she passed away I raped it every night.I thank my father for putting so much good music in my life.
Those were the days…
I absolutely love this song, I have been listening to it for the last two weeks. I can not get enough of Miguel and his smooth voice. He definitely makes music for the grown & sexy so kids go to sleep. I adore his raw talent.
Wassup World!!! I wanted to expose y’all to my NCrowd Radio Fam, MoneyFTHNC new video “Show You How To Do It”. MoneyFTHNC is a Greensboro, NC native and his official mixtape will be dropping in a couple of months. So definitely stay tune because that mixtape will be dope. Shout out to C.Jefferson for directing the video, the work on this project is flawless.
“Show You How To Do It” is a certified club banga, I can’t help but dance when I hear this! Check it Out….
I had to do a throwback post on Dipset, one of the hottest rap groups of my middle school years. I think everybody at that time wanted to be apart of Dipset and repped Harlem to the fullest whether they were from there or not. Their movement was so powerful to me and I had a serious boy crush on Juelz Santana. Before Juelz Santana even existed I also had a crush on Camron, I don’t know it was something about that bald head. It would be epic to see these fellas do another album together but who knows if that will ever be. Because things change, people change and life goes on. I just hope that these gentleman are all on good terms and I wish them the best in their current endeavors.
Also Shout-out to my homie @IamDjN_abitionz for giving me inspiration to do this post on them. He did a live mix for the NY,NJ,PA area and I fell in love with the music all over again. I actually am a on air radio personality for his college radio show, WUAG 103.1 @theNcrowdRadio. Check us out!! We are on air every monday 11pm-1am.
This song use to make me feel so good inside. I remember me and my cousin putting on our bubble coats and dancing to this song like we were performing for thousands of people. I wanted to be Faith Evans!! Her voice was so powerful and she touched my soul. This song’s message is still relevant today when it comes to people and money. People want to know you when you got money but when your broke they are no where to be found. P Diddy & Mase made a great decision releasing this after BIG passed away. This song will always be a classic for me. RIP Notorious B.I.G.
Here it Is Ladies & Gentleman your top 5 flavas for the week! My personal favorite is the Chief Keef joint. Good Music always meets up to their expectations, keep up the good work fellas!!
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I had to post these girls up here again because they are amazing… I love the way they rearranged this song with a 90s r&b feel. I think as a artist when you do a cover, you have to make that song your own. it’s not about sounding like the artist, it’s more about showcasing yourself through the song in a talented way. And these ladies did just that, as they do with every song they cover. I actually love this version more than Rihanna‘s. Enjoy…
My first pre judgement before watching this video was ” Oh lord another subliminal message video from Miss Bad gal Ri Ri”. But to be honest I really enjoyed this video. The music video for “Where Have You Been” was filmed March 7 and March 8, 2012 in Los Angeles, California and was directed by Dave Meyers. Everybody knows Dave Meyers does dope videos, he’s been in the this field since I was 9.I liked the fact that the choreography looked fun and easy to learn. I applaud Rihanna for at least trying some choreography in her video other than her usual “dutty wine” and I think she looked amazing doing it. Also I loved the different visuals such as the African and the dark vivid scene. For all my fashionistas make sure you check out the inspiring fashion from her hair to her eyebrows which are very detailed. The song might actually take a little time to grow on me though because I actually enjoy “Reggae Ri Ri over Techno Ri Ri”. But I guess it’s safe to say that this is another successful hot dance Rihanna record with an even hotter video…
Bad Gal Ri Ri in full Effect!!!