“In the video, the two post up in some neighborhood haunts (the local corner store) to express a warning to those not familiar with Ohio’s street codes. Truthfully, these are RCN codes (do your Googles) and for anyone not green lit to pass through, don’t be surprised if [you hear] this song ringing out before you’re face to face with a goon.” — Kevito
Tonight, Okayplayer premiered Hodgie’s new “Caution” video featuring his labelmate Lil Bizzy. On the same day, the Lima, OH-native artist released his latest project, Street Lights. Watch the Khil Datta-directed video on the premiere site.
— Richardine Bartee (@THEYAMS) April 28, 2017
After the release of his latest album, Brooklyn-native rapper ScienZe reached out to me to help with press for the album, “Kind of Dessert.” First to bat is esteemed journalist Andre G’s assessment of the album. Read the full story.
Dessert and Scienze… this is something we can all get behind. https://t.co/BCEbQzZoyD
— Impose Magazine (@ImposeMagazine) April 28, 2017
Today, REVOLT shared the latest CymcoLé record titled, “Gunplay” featuring Rich Homie Quan. Stream the record on the website.
On Thursday around lunchtime, I did a walkthrough with a new singer named Alexis Ayaana at Complex in New York City. During the visit, the Atlanta-based artist talked to the Music Editor. Then, she played music for him; Gave a little background. Currently, Ayaana has a song out with Quavo (Migos) called, “Bad Enough” from her debut EP (Twenty One). We’re all in anticipation of the music video. Stream the song now on SoundCloud.
On Thursday morning, Facebook emailed us to officiate the verification of Toronto-native artist Keysha Freshh’s fan page on its world-renowned social media platform. Visit the official page for the recording artist now. Like the page.
🙏🏾 thank youuu https://t.co/t9so77pFys
— keysha freshh (@freekeysha) April 27, 2017
— Richardine Bartee (@THEYAMS) April 27, 2017
Today, BEWARE added, “Bizzy’s In The House” to his BEWARE’s Block music column. In his article, the journalist says that Bone Thug member Bizzy Bone’s son is “carrying the torch quite well” and that the clip “should have Cleveland residents pretty pumped for the somewhat surprise emergence of Lil Bizzy.” Read the full story.
“Bone Thugs’ fans will be elated to know that Bizzy Bone’s son is rapping and carrying the torch quite well. Yes, watch Lil Bizzy’s video for “Bizzy’s In The House” and see young BB Gambini spitting the same rapid-fire flames his as his pops, atop a reworked version of “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” from one of The Land’s finest producers, RASHAD. Featuring E.1999 street signs and plenty of love for the world champs, this clip should have Cleveland residents pretty pumped for the somewhat surprise emergence of Lil Bizzy.” — BEWARE