Before rap, there was the trap.
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Tears of joy turn to tears of pain.
Although Rich Kidd proclaims that he knows what you like, only to follow that up with "SYKE," he seems to have an inkling as to what we really like.
Action Bronson debuts the Rik Cordero-directed video for "The Symbol," the first single from Bronson's forthcoming mixtape Rare Chandeliers produced by the legendary Alchemist.
In my humble opinion, you shouldn't want to make it in the music business for the money and fame, but rather the opportunity to share those glorious dividends with the people you love.
As someone who has harnessed the Internet's capacity to distribute music and help build a career, Stalley's very much in tune with the way listeners today gobble up new songs and mixtapes by the hour.
Action Bronson is pure unintentional comedy in a bottle of virgin olive oil with scented rosemary and his legend just keeps on spreading.
"Chain Music" more or less represents everything that was positive about Ambition.
Rik Cordero gets the infinite "hat tip" in my book. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Rik for quite some time and first met him at a production house through a mutual friend circa 2004. Not knowing his aspirations as a director, I slowly saw his videos drop on YouTube and soon realized homie's success was inevitable, as each project featured more recognizable artists. I would be remiss to deny his Filipino roots not emitting some sort of pride as we share the same nationality. Without a doubt, his work is paving the way for future Pinoys to pursue this career path. Still, five years ago I couldn't conceive another one of my people being categorized in the same breath as Hype Williams or Benny Boom and Rik has - literally. His nomination for Director of the Year at the 2009 BET Awards is undeniable proof that Rik and his production company Robot Films are names to consider for all top flight musicians.
I'm well-versed in Kid Sister's Ultraviolet rays (mainly because I reviewed the muddafugga) but that still doesn't detract from me actually thinking her songs are catchy.
Although it's a little on the tardy side, every major-label release deserves at least three videos. Wale completes his trifecta from Attention Deficit with the Rik Cordero-directed, Marsha Ambrosius-featured "Diary.
When he's not in the studio, splitting Swisha's and similes, Philly Freezer & Jake Uno are known to mack a b*tch--or three.
Our favorite Wu-Gambinos are back as they ramp up preparations for their upcoming Wu-Massacre release.
"Yeahhh, find a good girl and put everything in her name because she has good credit.