The Netherlands DJ duo keeps on churning. Only weeks after releasing their album, “Chrome Waves,” they sent URB Magazine an exclusive look at their remix of their album track, “F.A.M.E.” Featuring the vocals of Icelandic popsters Retro Stefson, this version rocks out with psychedelic delays and a heavy bassline and breakbeat underpinning the tune. As an added bonus, Kraak & Smaak performed at the Amsterdam Dance Event’s opening party and here’s a glimpse into their performance!
2 Pistols lets loose the video for “Greedy,” which features Juicy J, which is off of his upcoming project, “Coming Back Hard.”
The project also features 2 Chainz, French Montana, Talib Kweli, Jim Jones, Doe B, & more.
Today, we have the visual treatment for Audible Doctor’s “Wings Part 2” off his “The Summer Tape” EP which recently dropped.
Directed & Shot by Rob Levy
Director of Photography – Joe Gherardi
Assistant Director – Nattiel Arias
Production Designer – Mat Sliwa
Production Assistant – Karan Chhatwal
Produced by Civil
The spontaneous and eclectic Kosha Dillz has no borders when it comes to his music and “Where My Homies Be” is proof of his always appealing nature. Equipped with stimulating visuals full of kaleidoscope’esque images akin to an acid trip, courtesy of Director Robbie Barclay, the video will definitely leave a lasting impression on the listener. Adding Gangsta Boo and Murs to the equation only adds to the insanity on the track, as each emcee is able to effortlessly flow over Belief’s infectious instrumental. “Where My Homies Be” is featured on Kosha Dillz’ sophomore album Awkward In a Good Way, which is now available! Hit the jump for the visuals and album stream/buy-links.
In a world where everyone is trying to look and sound the same, Sonny Bonoho is part of that anamoly. With a unique flow and style, Sonny is making his mark not only in the Asian-American community but the hip hop community as a whole. Check out his latest music video he dropped for “Carry On,” produced by Trox and directed by Artistic Outlet.