Journeyman veteran entertainer/rapper Kosha Dillz just dropped the hot and catchy lead single “Hangin’ Out,” along with a wild music video for the same, directed by Ricky Shabazz. From mobbing out in Koreatown to Froyo, Hollywood Blvd. and Jewish delis, the self proclaimed Dillzionaire parades through Los Angeles all while hanging out with a mob of fans, friends and cameos that include Verbs, Boom n Crates, Laker Girls and more. The ode to kicking it comes from his forthcoming untitled record (or possibly series of EPs) that also features tracks with Gangsta Boo, Murs, Big Pooh, Wax and more. The .mp3 is also available for free download, so go hit the jump, peep the video and snag that .mp3!
If you think it can get any crazier than last night when Kosha Dillz and Asher Roth were rapping in front of Jonah HIll at West Hollywood’s famed Viper Room, come back tonight for an intimate gathering of debauchery via champagnes wishes and cocoa leaf dreams from the hands of Dirt Nasty and Crew. Beardo and Andre Legacy will be representing right after Kosha Dillz.
8852 w sunset blvd. los angeles, ca.
Buy the tickets before they aret all sold out!!! There will only be a limited amount of walk-ups.
set times tonight:
9:30 Kosha Dillz w/ Dj Lord Ron and special guest Verbs
11 Andre Legacy and Dirt Nasty
Hollywood Blvd. was the site of considerable mayhem last night in a scene that recalled LA’s infamous Depeche Mode fan riot of 1990. The unrest took place surrounding a private invitation-only screening of the film The Electric Daisy Carnival Experience at Grumann’s Chinese Theater near the high-traffic corner of Hollywood and Highland.
The Playhouse in Hollywood, besides being host to the now near-legendary Bud Brothers Monday Social (14 years & counting!), also from time to time has served as the site for music video shoots. Perhaps the most famous example was Tiesto’s highly-publicized set late last year. Well, unlike that night, the house was cleared for this new video, for the upcoming Christopher Lawrence single “A Little Rush”. Hopped up, pumping and unapologetically high-energy, “A Little Rush”s glistening synthetic beats are complemented by the lush vocals of singer SuZie del Vecchio. If that latter name doesn’t sound familiar to you, it no doubt will soon, as del Vecchio’s recent collaboration with Paul Oakenfold, “Mesmerized”, has already been remixed by Adam White, Mark Lewis, Swedish Egil, Hirofumi Ohta and Anthony Garcia, among others, and is expected to be released soon by Oakenfold on …