(10) "Bay Blaps, That Slap"
"Cookie Money" & "Philthy Rich" - "Gold Rims on my Aston" (Video)
"Armani Depaul" Ft "Nolan Rashawn" - "One Night"
"Alias" Ft "DB Tha General" - "All I Do Is Gas"
"Hollywood Keefy" - "Break The Sweet"
"Young Curt" Ft. "5Finga K.I." & "Young Remedy" - "Otha Shyt"
"SeanB" Ft "Reem" & "Smackz" - "Doin The Dolphin"
"Philthy Rich" - "If I Die" (Official Video)
"Louie G The Don" Ft. "Kool John" - "BonnieLove"
"J. Meast" Ft "D-Lo" - "Turn A Dollar To A Mil"
"Messy Marv" Ft "J. Stalin", "Freeway", "Philthy Rich" & "Boy Big" - "Duffels"

"Oakland" Rappers "Cookie Money" & "Philthy Rich
"Gold Rims on my Aston" (Official Video)
4th single off "Cookies World"
Twitter: #CookieMoney @philthyrichFOD

"Richmond" Rapper "Armani Depaul" Ft. "Nolan Rashawn"
 "One Night"
Twitter: @ARMANIDEPAUL @NolanRashawn

"Oakland" Rapper "Alias: Alias" Ft. "DB Tha General"
 "All I Do Is Gas"
Twitter: @ALIASALIAS_7700 @dbthageneral 

"Hollywood Keefy
"Break The Sweet

"Young Curt" Ft "5Finga K.I." & "Young Remedy
"Otha Shyt"
Twitter: @YoungCurt @5fingaki @YoungRemedy415

"SeanB" Ft "Reem" & "Smackz"
"Doin The Dolphin"
Twitter: @seanbmayne @ShesayReemyb

"Oakland" Rapper "Philthy Rich"
 "If I Die" (Official Video)
Twitter: @philthyrichFOD

"Louie G The Don" Ft. "Kool John

"Oakland" Rapper "J. Meast" Ft. "D-Lo
"Turn A Dollar To A Mil
"Twitter: @Jmeast2solid @MRNOHOE

"Messy Marv
Ft. "J. Stalin", "Freeway", "Philthy Rich" & "Boy Big
Twitter: @LilPaperdUpMess @PhilthyRichFOD


"K Michelle
"He Gets Me" (OFFICIAL)
Off "Twitter: @kmichelle
Off debut album "#RebelliousSoul" in stores now!

Man, "K. Michelle", took the words right out my heart. This is the man I'm waiting for. A man that gets me. He likes my good, my bad and all that's in between. He sees my truths and he still wants me. Someone that you don't have any doubt about how he feels for you because his actions speak louder than his words. I LOVE THIS RIGHT HERE!!!!!!! This is about to be one of my new favorite songs, already got it downloaded to the phone, just can't wait to make it someone's ring tone.


"What's Hot, With Sneaker Shots"

"Lebron" Nike: "LeBron X EXT QS Cork" Shoe
"J.R. Smith" Names Rare Kicks He Wants to Own
"Charlamagne" On Why He Likes the Red October Yeezys
"Mayor" discusses his Top Athlete Sneakerheads
"Chris Paul" Names Some of His Favorite Air Jordans

 "Casey Veggies" I Like Kobe's Nikes More than LeBron's

Nike: "LeBron X EXT QS Cork" Shoe

Model: Nike LeBron X
Color: Classic Brown/Classic Brown-University Red-Hazelnut-Sail
Release: Feb 23, 2013
MSRP: $250

It’s fitting to post the celebratory LeBron James shoes that were inspired by the popping of Champagne bottles as the Miami Heat have just secured their second NBA Championship. Nike is about to release the Championship Pack, as they did last year, but as crazy as that sounds getting the Nike LeBron X Cork was like a walk in the park compared to the upcoming Finals limited edition shoes. Acquiring the Championship Pack is more like winning the lottery. Additionally, Nike Sportswear is about to launch the second version of the LeBron X EXT in Denim and Pink this Saturday. Seems like it was the perfect plan all along. The 

The LeBron X EXT Cork QS features a genuine Cork upper with premium materials on the tongue and inside lining as well as celebratory “World Champions” and “LeBron James” labels on the insole. Continue reading for a truly high definition look at the Cork X’s.

"J.R. Smith
Names Rare Kicks He Wants to Own

J.R. and Chris Smith speak on some of the sneakers they don't have that they won't like to own.

 Discusses his Top Athlete Sneakerheads

Mayor breaks down some of the top athlete sneakerheads, recalls designing NikeiD's with Justin Tuck, and speaks on some of the rarest kicks he owns.

On Why He Likes the Red October Yeezys

Charlamagne Tha God tells us that he's feeling the Red October Yeezy 2's but also explains why he feels there would be violence over its potential release.

"Chris Paul
Names Some of His Favorite Air Jordans

NBA superstar and Jordan Brand athlete Chris Paul runs down some of his favorite Air Jordans.

Casey Veggies
I Like Kobe's Nikes More than LeBron's

Casey Veggies discusses a number of sneaker topics, saying he likes Kobe's Nike's better than LeBron's and also names some of his favorite Jordans.


"Mariah Carey"
 "The Art Of Letting Go"


"What Gives In Celebrity Biz"
K. Michelle Re-Ups with "Rebellious Soul" Christmas Edition
Regina Hall & Harold Perrineau discuss The Best Man Holiday
Nelly Doesn't Like People Picking Drake Apart

Janelle Monae Details How Diddy & Big Boi Helped Her Career
Kid Red Shares Stories of The Game Fighting
Pinky XXX Spreads Awareness About HIV & Proves She's Clean
Snoop Dogg & Bishop Don Juan Discuss Pimping & "Loving Ho*s"
Rosa Acosta Reveals Engagement to Older Man
Omarion Talks to Hot97 AM Show on being a man & being his own
Big Sean Talks Miley Cyrus & Ariana Grande Collaborations

"K. Michelle
Re-Ups with "Rebellious Soul" Christmas Edition

"Regina Hall" and "Harold Perrineau"
 Discuss "The Best Man Holiday" Movie

Doesn't Like People Picking Drake Apart

Nelly explains how he feels about Drake singing and rapping on his songs, admitting that not all fans are going to like both, which is what he went through when he sang and rapped on tracks. The "Just a Dream" rapper also shares why he doesn't like people picking Drake apart for experimenting with different things in his music, and thinks that people should just like him for who he is.

"Janelle Monae"
Details How Diddy & Big Boi Helped Her Career

Famed singer Janelle Monae recently sat down with Nessa, where she spoke about her latest album, "Electric Lady," and what it was like being in the studio with Solange, Prince, and Erykah Badu for the project. She also details how Diddy and Big Boi helped her career in its early stages, which led to her deal at Atlantic and a string of other big career milestones.

"Kid Red"
 Shares Stories of "The Game" Fighting

Rapper Kid Red details his relationship with West Coast rapper Game, and shares stories of him getting into fights when they hung out together. He also explains how gangs are laid out differently in the Bay Area, as opposed to L.A., and reveals if he's affiliated with any gangs.

"Pinky XXX
Spreads Awareness About HIV & Proves She's Clean

Sarah Mirabelli, better known as Pinky XXX, recently participated with the Aids Healthcare Foundation to spread awareness of HIV. As the subject of many HIV rumors, Pinky wants to prove once and for all that she's clean, in addition to educating people about AHF.

"Snoop Dogg" & "Bishop Don Juan
Discuss "Pimping" & "Loving Ho*s"

Snoop Dogg was a guest on Bishop Don "Magic" Juan's The Don Juan Show recently, and together they discussed a few things revolving around their lifestyles. Snoop talked about the responsibilities of a parent who smokes marijuana, to properly teach their children the right and wrongs of smoking herb, rather than letting them fall astray to what the world might expose them to. Snoop personally related his weed habits to how he's smoked with his oldest son and how he always remains focused and business minded regardless of whether or not he's under the influence.

Bishop Don Juan later brought up the topic of living the pimp lifestyle, and he and Snoop both reflected on how it's a forbidden rule to fall in love with one's "ho*s," however Snoop admitted to falling in love with a few during his time in the game.

Model "Rosa Acosta"
 Reveals Engagement to Older Man

Famed model Rosa Acosta opens up about her preference to date men over 40, explaining that she doesn't date younger men. She then reveals that she is currently engaged to an older man, and shares how her fiance reacts to her wearing revealing clothing to promotional events.

 Talks to Hot97 AM Show on being a man & being his own.

"Big Sean"
 Talks Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande Collaborations


"Busta Rhymes" Ft. "Q Tip", "Lil Wayne" & "Kanye West"
"Thank You"


"More Than Buzz, They Do What It Does"
"Six Reasons" - "LOADED" (Official Video)
Endemic Ft Tragedy Khadafi, Ruste Juxx & Afu Ra - "High Society" (Video)
"Tynethys" - "Strawberry Letter 316" (Official Video)
"League of Extraordinary Gz" Ft. "Slim Gravy" - "Intercourse" (Official Video)
"Phenom" "Ain't Sh*t Free" (Official Video)

Peep the latest visual from "Six Reasons" for his new single, "LOADED". The video features real raw footage from "Six" getting LOADED at the club and special features from Young California’s Crisco Kidd & Abby De La Rosa. "LOADED" is produced by Deep Watters and is starting to gain buzz at both radio and in the clubs.

"Watts, Ca" Rapper "Six Reasons"
"LOADED" (Official Video)
With over 7,000 Youtube Views

Twitter: @SixReasons

"UK" Producer "Endemic"
 Ft "Tragedy Khadafi", "Ruste Juxx" & "Afu Ra"
"High Society" (Official Video)
With over 4,500 Youtube views

Twitter: @EndemicNoCure

UK producer Endemic presents the music video for "High Society", his new single featuring Queens rapper Tragedy Khadafi and Brooklyn emcees Afu Ra and Ruste Juxx. A native of the United Kingdom regarded as one of the country's foremost hiphop producers, Endemic recently moved to New York City via a USA O-1 artist visa for “persons of extraordinary ability”. "High Society" is the first single from his forthcoming album Terminal Illness 2, which will also feature Masta Killa, Roc Marciano, Cappadonna, Planet Asia, Skyzoo, DJ Switch, Bronze Nazareth, Kevlaar 7, Salute Da Kidd, P.R. Terrorist, Killah Priest, Hell Razah, Shabazz The Disciple, Bugsy Da God, Cyrus Malachi, Tesla's Ghost, Ray Vendetta, Sav Killz, Supreme, Darkim be Allah, Prodigal Sunn, William Cooper and M9. 

TI2 is the followup to the 2009 Money Maker/EMI release Terminal Illness, which featured Sean Price as well as UK artists C Mone and Triple Darkness, and received radio play from DJ Premier. In 2010 Duck Down Records released Adamantine, Endemic's collaboration record with Ruste Juxx which featured General Steele of Smif N Wessun and Ill Bill. “This song was started when me & Tragedy Khadafi started to work," says Endemic about the new single. "He actually wanted to do the whole song and use it for his next album but I loved the beat and wanted it for TI2. It has that kind of vibe, we then confirmed Ruste & Afu to get on there and you have a potential NYC classic joint!" Regarding Endemic, Tragedy says “Endemic is more than a beat maker or producer; he actually understands how to marry an MC to his sound, that’s more than hip hop – that profound!” Terminal Illness 2 drops November 26 on No Cure Records. 

"Sacramento" Rapper "Tynethys"
 "Strawberry Letter 316" (Official Video)
Twitter: @Tynethys

Sacramento producer Tynethys and Indie rap artists Main Attrakionz release a new video for "Strawberry Letter 316" a track off their latest self titled mixtape Main Attrakionz x Tynethys. "We got lit in two different cities (Sacramento,CA and San Leandro, CA) with 2 different cameras on the same day to bring you this vid," Tynethys explained. The video features Tynethys rapping in the middle of a neighborhood development with Main Attrakionz appearing later in the video scened at a basketball court.

Main Attrakionz x Tynethys, released Oct. 22 , had its first single "On1." premiered by Pitchfork, and its final single "USB," premiered on Brooklyn Vegan. The mixtape was also featured on The Fader's weekly "Mixtape Saturday" article, described as "an airy, narcotic project that floats along and passes in a blur."

To hear him tell it, Sacramento's Tynethys' (pronounced "Teen-this") musical style is like "selling crack in a Sub-Zero outfit." For the MC/producer, Mortal Kombat is just one of his inspirations, along with local rap heroes Mac Dre, C-Bo and T-Nutty. Producing and writing his songs in the hours between midnight and sunrise, Tynethys is a jovial, pensive creator with a stoner's laugh and street vernacular. Tyne's style is a fuzzy free-form that speaks not only to his worldview from his bedroom, but many like him. With the forthcoming Thyluxe Edition follow-up to last year's Lost Angeles album, Tynethys believes he's hitting his best stride. "I feel like it is the truest representation of me. I did it without trying too hard." Besides his own work, Tynethys appeals to many collaborators. He has recently released a project with Oakland duo Main Attrakionz. "I really fucked with these dudes. They came to Sacramento, and I literally showed up at their hotel room with a lab," recalls T.P., who arrived with a portable studio. Having opened for Kendrick Lamar, Raekwon and Evidence, it's only a matter of time until Tynethys transports his sound around the globe. Recently, Tynethys released a collaborative album with Main Attrakionz titled Main Attrakionz x Tynethys.

"League of Extraordinary Gz" Ft. "Slim Gravy"
"Intercourse" (Official Video)
Twitter: @LOEGz

Before the release of their debut album, #LeagueShit, The League of Extraordinary Gz dropped the track "Intercourse," featuring Slim Gravy of A.Dd+. Now the Austin rap collective is releasing a video for the song, which Dowrong of the League described as, "Just letting females know that I ain't trying be in a relationship. I'm just trying to fuck." The video is directed by Jordan Haro, who also got his start in Austin, Texas.  The League's Reggie Coby explains that they knew they wanted a video for "Intercourse" to be one of their first but it was Jordan Haro that initially reached out to them about joining forces in Texas.

Filmed in Austin, the video, premiered today by Prefix Mag, starts with a candy red slab full of girls pulling up to a drive thru window over the song's intro, "Is there a shorter word for Intercourse?" only to find Slim Gravy working at the window where he takes it away with his opening verse. "With this video we really didn't want to go with a cliche treatment that we could have easily done," says Reggie. "With our original treatment we had this key shot we continued to focus on which we felt was the center of the video. It was the part with Slim getting pulled through the drive thru window. It took us minute to even find a location with a drive thru that would allow us to shoot. But it worked out and Jordan made sure the execution of that scene happened."

When Austin, Texas, reality rap collective League of Extraordinary Gz recorded "We Gone Make It" in spring 2010, Octavis "Esbe Da 6th Street Bully" Berry stepped in the recording booth and yelled two words: "League Shit!". Three years later, it has become an emphatic anthem, brand and title. The Bully's vision formed in 2009 when his choice of eight members and three groups with their own budding local buzz - Dred Skott, Da COD and Southbound - sat in a driveway plotting a collaborative mixtape. In 2010 they debuted locally, played the South by Southwest Music Festival and Fun Fun Fun Fest and were featured on MTV Jams' Texas All-Star Edition. In 2011 they rocked over 60 shows, including a West Coast tour with Jackie Chain for their Concealed Weapons 3 mixtape, and a national tour with Dead Prez. Then, in October 2011, The Bully passed away suddenly due to a pulmonary embolism. As 2011 ended, the LOEGz were named one of Sonicbids' Top 5 Hip Hop acts. They released The Plug EP in December. All of this came from a collective effort by three groups in three years via the foresight of a now-absent leader. All anticipation, questions or doubt after a few spins of The Plug EP will be quenched with their debut album #LeagueShit. Clearly rooted in traditional hip hop, #LeagueShit includes stout musicality and wildly free speech featuring Dead Prez, Bavu Blakes, Grupo Fantasma, and Slim Gravy of A.Dd+.

"Brooklyn, NY" Rapper "Phenom
"Ain't Sh*t Free" (Official Video)
With over 10,700 views on Youtube
Twitter: @iamphenom_

Phenom, an upcoming independent artist on the rise. Originally hailing from Brooklyn, NY, the 18 year old emcee has been on his grind chasing the american dream. Now located in PA, the 18yr old emcee is gearing up to release his second EP "Boy Meets World" set to drop this summer.


(707) "Vallejo" Rapper "JAE RAW" FT. "YUNG DANE

OFF: "THE LIFE: Episode 1" Mixtape

Twitter: @jaeraw707

Aiiight. So, I'm a little late get'n this track on my plate, but I ate it the hell up. And for those of ya'll who aint heard "On One", you need to get "On One". I'm so, on one, on one, on one, on one, on one..... What's a goon to a goblin, what's a click when you mob'n? This is one of them I feel good, I look good, I'm living good, it's all good, type tracks. 

Jae Raw Ft. Yung Dane on his video for "On One", which is off his world premiere mix tape "The Life: Episode 1". Be on the look out for his new mix tape "50 SHADES of RAW". Make sure you cop that, when he drops that.

For the video, "On One", Jae Raw hooks up with Johnny D'Brasco and Propane Daghost to bring you this epic visual, which was Shot & Directed by: Johnny D'Brasco & Edited by: Propane Daghost. 

As for me, myself and yadadimean, I love the blackness in all da scenes. I'm so on one, on one, on one, on one.....


"Ice Cube


(20) "Artist With Street Heat"
"SkyBlew" - "Slice Of Life" (Official Video)
"Malkovich" - "Great Expectations" (Official Video)
"E MajorFt "Rome Cee" & "Kane Mayfield" - "TSRH" (This Sh*t Right Here) Video
"Vada" - "Leave Broke" (Official VIdeo)
"Tycoon" & "The Mansion Boys" - "John Stamos"
 "Lee How" Ft "Forbe$"  - "Lucid Dreamer" [Video]
"Yung Stizz" Ft.  "Moneey Aiir" & "Hezzie Hez" - "Stupid" (Video)
 "Mikey Vegaz" "Gods Be Gods" (Official Video)
"B*tches Is Crazy" (B.I.C.) - "THAT'S RIGHT" (Official Video)
"J.Nolan" "Getting It In"
"Bunty Beats" & "Gutta Grimey 910" - "Rockin' Rhymes" (Official Video)
"Chox-Mak" Ft. "DJ YRS Jerzy" - "Jax Da Ripper" & "No Weapon" (Video)
"CeasRock" - "M.O.E." (Official Video)
"Korry Deez" - "Gotta Get It 1.0" (Official Video)
"Doug Bogan" - "Theater Kids"
"El Prez" & "Jansport J" (PrezSport) - "Same King"
"BPace" - "Set Myself Apart" (Official Video)
"Jay Raw" Ft "Burga" - "Use Ya Head" (Official Video)
"Audubon" Ft. "Bodega BAMZ" - "F.M.L.T.N.T"
"D.Focis" - "Believe" (Official Video)

"Chapel Hill,North Carolina" Rapper "SkyBlew
"Slice Of Life" (Music Video)
Twitter: @HeySkyBlew

"Iran/Los Angeles" Rapper "Malkovich"
"Great Expectations" (Official Video)
Off "Great Expectations" LP 
Twitter: @malkovichmusic

Irangeles (Iran/Los Angeles) lyricist Malkovich presents the music video for "Through The Trees", from his new album Great Expectations, written and recorded in New York City, New Orleans, Atlanta and Los Angeles after Malkovich gave up his home and possessions to travel indefinitely. "Expectations" is produced by L.A. beatsmith Josh The Goon, best known for his work with Freddie Gibbs and DaVinci. The video was shot in Queens, New York City by Mazzi of S.O.U.L. Purpose and was edited by J Spealz. Expectations is Malkovich's followup to his Ayatollah Presley mixtape hosted by deejay/producer House Shoes (watch the video to the Dibia$e-produced "WTF"), and videos to four Expectations tracks - "Lies" (watch), "What I Know" (watch), "Palms" (watch) and "Through The Trees" (watch) have already been released. "[Malkovich] is owning everyone in the current scene, and you better believe it," says HitTheFloor Magazine. DJ Premier played the Great Expectations cut "Bedbugs" on the January 18 edition of his Live From Headqcourterz mixshow (listen). Great Expectations is available.

"Leave Broke" (Official VIdeo)
Off "The Red Files" LP
Twitter: @ItsKingVa​da

Vada finally drops his highly anticipated music video for "Leave Broke." This is slated to be on Vada's debut album The Red Files LP.

Vada made it very clear that he not only produced this song, but he directed wrote and produced the music video as well. Relationship based song, it's definitely a change of pace. He's come a very long way from working for Interscope, Pitbull & indie records. 

"New York's" Own "Audubon" Ft. "Bodega BAMZ"
Off "#HotelAudubon"
Twitter: @Audubon_

Mmmm, hmmmm. Love'n this right here. It's nasty, but on the nasty side of classy. "F.M.L.T.N.T" is supa sexy.

Audubon releases his latest single "F.M.L.T.N.T" feat Bodega Bamz, produced by Frankie P. "F.M.L.T.N.T" is off his recently released ep Hotel Audubon. Audubon brings us another seductive track to kick back to, this time featuring New York's own Bodega Bamz. The uptown rappers prove NYC does support its own!

 "Baltimore/Los Angeles" Rapper "E Major
Ft "Rome Cee" & "Kane Mayfield"
"TSRH" (This Sh*t Right Here) Official Video
Off "Baltimore Bruin"
Twitter: @etothemajor

Baltimore-bred, Los Angeles-based emcee E Major presents the self-directed music video to "TSRH", the Sham Dibiase-produced single from Baltimore Bruin, his new album featuring Marc Evan, King's Khrysis, Kaimbr and UllNevaNo as well as original production from Rexamillion, Khrysis, Roddy Rod, IllMeasured, Minus Nine and Eddie Pearson. E's album Better Than Yours had already made Baltimore City Paper’s top ten albums of 2011 – two years after dubbing his Majority Rules album “a classic” – by the time his hit “Paper Runnin’” started doing the rounds on 92Q, later remixed by local legend DJ Booman. Wielding common-sense lyricism and a relaxed, persistent flow which presides on equal footing over boom-bap and trap alike, E’s shared stages with Lupe Fiasco, Wale, and Little Brother and has gotten the nod from Okayplayer, MTV, VH1 and DJ Booth. Three videos from the project have already been released: "Outrageous", "Feature Presentation" and "Zodiac Freestyle". "Just vibing off the beat, this track turned into a nostalgic piece where I started to rhyme about all types of stuff from Hip Hop's 90's hey day," says E. "I brought on Rome Cee and Kane Mayfield for the track, although the version for the video only has Rome. Both Rome and Kane know how to paint vivid pictures and were able to bring that clear imagery of what 90's Hip Hop was really like. I used the Katt Williams sample because I always loved that bit and how he said that. It just struck me one day to make that a hook so I ran with it." Baltimore Bruin is available now on E's Bandcamp page.

"Los Angele's" "Tycoon" & "The Mansion Boys"
"John Stamos"
Twitter: @themansionboys @TYCOONBEATS

PRYVT RYN and TYCOON are Los Angeles duo The Mansion Boys, presenting their new single "John Stamos". The Mansion Boys are coming off the success of their song “Go Out Tonight”, which has well over 500,000 YouTube views and appeared on “The Jersey Shore” twice as well as the MTV shows “Buckwild” and “World Of Jenks”. Their songs “Slurren” and “The Freakiest Things” also appeared on “The Jersey Shore”. Tycoon is one of the L.A.’s most in-demand producers, with a resume that includes working with Dr. Dre, Ron Fair, Diane Warren, and received a platinum plaque for his work on Sean Paul/Keyshia Cole’s “Give It Up To Me”. “We had a moment, walking around the Hollywood Hills, when we both converged on this concept of John Stamos,” says PRYVT. “He plays into people’s fantasies, women of all ages want to be with him, and men wish they had his vitality. He’s in the Beach Boys! So when Tycoon uttered the line ‘I stay with them twins like I’m John Stamos’, the light bulb went off and we knew we had to make a Mansion song.”

"Chicago" Rapper "Lee How" Ft. "Forbe$
"Lucid Dreamer" [Official Video]
Twitter:  @leehowfasho

Chicago hip-hop artist Lee How drops the visual to "Lucid Dreamer" ft. Forbe$.  Lee How is having plenty of success with his EP "This Is How".

"Yung Stizz" Ft.  "Moneey Aiir" & "Hezzie Hez"
"Stupid" (Official Video)
@YungStizzy150 @MoneeyAiir @HezzieHez @DoobiRoc

"Portland, Oregon" Rapper "Mikey Vegaz
"Gods Be Gods" (Official Video)
Twitter: @FliBoiMV

With the early success of his freshman album FLI ROCK (which gained national exposer and recognition as unSigned hype in Source Magazine) MV was able to stay consistent, making quality street music that led to him dropping his first series of mixtapes "The Definition of FLI". This set of mixtapes showcased his skills as a MC destined to make a mark in hip hop. Along with childhood friend FLIBOIMOE, MV teamed up with Coast2coast mixtapes and released volumes 1 thru 4 "The Definition of Fli". With much anticipation the mixtapes included All Star appearances from top DJs such as DJ Whoo Kid and DJ Khaled to mainstream and underground artist such as Chris Brown, Flo rida, Ace hood, Messy Marv, E-40 , Juelz Santana, J Diggs, The Game and a host of others!

Continuing to build a buzz and pushing his brand, Mikey Vegaz found himself shifting gears as the rap game was beginning to get back to the grass roots of underground independent hip hop. MV then released his first independent single as a solo artist "ONE HIT WONDER" ft. E-40 & Aaron O'Bryan Smith which debuted on XXL.com and later spread like a wild fire throughout the blogs.

Not wasting time, shortly after gracing the cover of MURDERDOG magazine with fellow North West elite artist such as Cool Nutz (MVs long time mentor and manager), he followed up with a 9 song track list EP "Thoughts of a Premature Millionaire". This EP included the remix to "ONE HIT WONDER" were MV reached out to home town legend super producer BOSKO in hopes to smash the air waves with the help of Bay Area heavy hitters E-40 and Mistah Fab.

Noticing the great response from local and national fans following his projects MV took the phrase "Putting on for my city" to heart, announcing himself "Prince of the City" and he launched a new series of street albums on his own website - PYREXMEDIA.com. Both street albums, OREGOON vol. 1 & vol. 2, are much different from MV's prior material being that he stayed away from the industry star studded appearances and focused on working with the local North West heavy hitting artist such as well-known top dogs of the Rose City -- Cool Nutz, Maniac Lok, Grind time battle rap star Illmaculate, Luck-one, Meezilini and more! Both mixtapes helped certify Mikey's position in the local hip hop scene.

Fresh off the "Summer of Strange Tour" and straight to the studio with a release date of September 17th- MV's back with the help of his lifelong ace FLIBOIMOE to bring you his new street album: "GOLD KiLOS N THE TRAP" #GKNTT

"B*tches Is Crazy" (B.I.C.) 
"THAT'S RIGHT" (Official Video)

Off "Influence" EP

That's right, that's right, that's right. What I like about these dudes, is looks can be deceiving, just like hair is made for weaving. Good thing I've learned to not judge a book by it's cover, cuz I might have missed this. That's right, that's right, that's right, that's right. These dudes are DOPE!!!!. 

"That's Right" is the 3rd video from their acclaimed "Influence" EP, entitled "That's Right." The "That's Right" video was directed by IV & Yesus 199 of B.I.C. 

"CT/Atlanta" Rapper "J.Nolan
"Getting It In"
Twitter: @J_Nolan

"J. Noloan", is one of the dopest dudes spit'n on the mic to date. With his flow and his crack'n beats, "J. Nolan's" music make you want to get on your feet. What I really like about "J. Nolan" is  he's a story teller. You can visualize his lyrics when you hear it. It's obvious that God has bless him with talent, I just can't wait until the world gets to hear what he has to share, cuz it's gold in there.

"Getting It In," is a record primarily centered around the collective numbness we as people have towards ourselves and others at times. To drive the point home, I wanted to share a story about a young woman that resorts to selling her body as a means to survive and humanize such behavior without being judgmental to the situation. Production of the record was handled by the Bounce Brothas, a production duo from Germany, they did a wonderful job incorporating live instruments into the arrangement.

"Scotland" Rapper "Bunty Beats
Ft "Gutta Grimey 910" (Jacksonville, NC)
"Rockin' Rhymes" (Official Video)

Off "The Hip Hop Enchiridion" EP Drops November 22nd 

Twitter: @BuntyBeats @GuttaGrimey910

Bunty Beats connects with North Carolina's Gutta Grimey to bring you the first track 'Rockin' Rhymes' from their forthcoming EP titled 'The Hip Hop Enchiridion'. The EP drops digitally Friday 22nd November 2013. 50 limited edition cassettes will also be available at www.mixkingsrecords.com

"Jacksonville, North Carolina" Rapper "Chox-Mak
Ft. "DJ YRS Jerzy
 "Jax Da Ripper"

Twitter: @Chox_Mak910 @IAMDJYRSJERZY

 Chox-Mak is not your everyday artist he knows how to work the media and push his music all at the same time. Chox-Mak recently said in a interview that connecting with DJ YRS Jerzy is the best thing that happen for his music career. Now with these two dropping projects almost every week now it just shows how serious they are about their careers and where they see themselves being in the next couple of months. These two bring you another classic called "Jax Da Ripper" which is a track with a old school meets new school type of vibe to it. They rarely disappoint the people that follow their movement so "Jax Da Ripper" should be another dope track from Chox-Mak. This track was also produced by Pepsi Kalisz.

"No Weapons" (Official Video)
Twitter: @Chox_Mak910

One of the fastest rising recording artists has to be none other than Jacksonville, North Carolina's own Chox-Mak. He has been making his rounds in the media for a while now and is now starting to get the attention he well deserves. With his mixtape "Cross Colours And Starter Jackets" in the works he has decided to give the people something else that isn't featured on the project to visualize. "No Weapons" is a track that promotes positivity and tries to bring down all the negative things that are happening out in the world. The meaning behind "No Weapons" is to use your mind as a weapon and no one can stop you from reaching your goals. Chox-Mak looks to inspire his generation rather than feed into the negativity. This visual is definitely something to watch it also shows the struggles of everyday life and how you need to keep pushing to become something great in life.  The production behind this track is brought to you by Coaste Beats and was shot by Rock Royal Armani Films.

"Montreal" Rapper "CeasRock"
"M.O.E." (Official Video)
Off "Zero Gravity" EP
Twitter: @ceasrock

Montreal rapper CeasRock presents Zero Gravity, his new EP featuring Uness, Loe Pesci, I.Blast and Boy 6lue as well as production from 514IndoRecords, Vincent Pryce and DeeJay IZ. Born Sam Karimi, Ceas is a spokesman for Montreal urban site Mook-Life.com, as well as founder of his own movement, REAL LIFE. Ceas believes that every single object, person, place or theme can be rapped about in an interesting way. "It's all about the context" he says. Ceas has done R&B-flavored collaborations with the Uness and Crime In The City collective as well as live interpretations of soulful cuts on his Coolest Cats tape. Videos have already been released for "10.5", "Mook Life Pt. 1" and "M.O.E.". "Zero Gravity represents the continuous ascension process that I go through as an artist," says Ceas. "Beyond the music, 0G represents 'no limitations';  gravity is the one thing 99% of us believe we can't defy, but with this project i wanted to show people that impossible is a matter of perception.

"Los Angeles" Rappers "El Prez" & "Jansport J" (PrezSport
"Same King"
Off "Urban $treet Americana"

From the forthcoming LP, Urban $treet Americana,  Los Angeles natives El Prez and Jansport J have joined forces to bring you the First Single from their collaboration, "Same King".  World Premiered by 2Dopeboyz.com, the track is a cautionary tale weaved by Inglewood rapper El Prez, and Covina, CA producer Jansport J, about helping the younger generation see the bigger picture, and strive for bigger goals than what they see in the streets everyday . The single is also available for stream/purchase thru our bandcamp, and includes the B-side IFYA, and the instrumental to Same King.

Urban $treet Americana is set to be released online digitally for free November 13th, 2013

"Toronto" Rapper "Korry Deez
"Gotta Get It 1.0" (Official Video)

Twitter: @korrydeez

Korry Deez is a gritty, yet soulful, emcee and a producer of groove heavy hip hop that can effortlessly make people catch a vibe. Hailing from Toronto, one of today's burgeoning music scenes, Deez quickly puts his name up there with some of his city's best. With Gotta Get It, Korry addresses several life issues, some of which forced him to take a decade long departure from the game. Upon his return, it is evident he has sharpened his dynamic musical abilities and is set to take the spotlight that once evaded him.

Toronto-based rap artist Korry Deez has been creating a musical utopia for years, illustrating the passion he has for creating gritty, yet soulful hip hop music from the heart. As 1/3 of Canadian supergroup IRS and cofounder of the megacity rap crew Monolith, Deez has made a significant impact on both international and national levels. Having been a regular in Kardinal Offishall's live show for over 5 years, he has graced the stage with the likes of Sean Paul, The Bootcamp Clik, Declaime, Planet Asia, K-os, Swollen Members, Jully Black, O.C., Classified, Shaggy & J-Live to name a few.

On his debut album with IRS, Welcome To Planet Irs (Universal Music), Deez stretched rap's boundaries by creating a masterpiece. This led to a Juno nomination for best rap recording in 2004 and their album, to this day, is considered to be a Canadian classic. Maybe his most memorable moment came on a timeless track by Kardinal, "Ol' Time Killin", where he completely destroys the song, boasting a hip hop quotable type verse while 'blessing it effortlessly'. The video for "Ol' Time Killin" was directed by the highly acclaimed Mr. X, airing on BET, MTV, MuchMusic & Musique Plus. 

IRS went on to being 'Rated Next' on BET with their smooth, bumping groove "T.R.A.C.K.S.' Lament" which garnered them even more major label distribution with Sony/RED and Avatar in the US. Deez has collaborated with renowned producers: Jake One, Rich Kidd, Elaquent, Tone Mason, Lancecape, Mr. Attic, Lyve and Solitair while appearing on many a song and compilation over the last decade. 

Coming off of a long hiatus, Korry has gone back to his more musical roots in funk, soul, electronic, blues and jazz music. Now harnessing stronger artistic capabilities, he has fused his influences into one rich, solid soundscape, producing a more musical blend of hip hop. Korry states that he has been "replenished with a hunger never felt before". He is now set to return with his first solo album 'Imago', where he unravels from a cocoon-like state to show a growth and maturity few in music today could replicate. When Korry Deez returns with 'Imago’, it will yet again put him in the conversation of who to be watching for in an ever-changing hip hop world.

"Biloxi,MississippiAtlanta,GA" Emcee "BPace"
"Set Myself Apart" (Official Video)
Off "Grind Hard or Starve Trying" Mix Tape

Twitter: @BPaceProduction

BPace just dropped his debut music video to "Set Myself Apart," the debut single off his upcoming mixtape "Grind Hard or Starve Trying". The track features a hard hitting beat which is held down throughout by BPace's well received, true to life lyricism from beginning to end. Filmed in New York City the video encompases a raw street vibe which compliments the track in a big way!

"Winter Park/Eatonville" Rapper "Jay Raw" Ft "Burga
"Use Ya Head" (Official Video)
Twitter: @JayRaw @burga321  

"Detroit, MI" Rapper "D.Focis"
"Believe" (Official Video)
Twitter: @dfocis

"Believe" is the new single by D.Focis (Dee Focus) from the
forthcoming album Mystery Of There. It also features additional
vocals by Michael Paradise. "Believe" is an anthem for those who
refuse to give up on their dreams and goals. The song is written and
produced by D.Focis.

D.Focis (Pronounced Dee Focus) Is an Artist/Producer from Detroit, MI. As an artist he has released 7 solo projects (Still Dreamin, Oxygen, The New Tokyo Mixtape, The New Tokyo Mixtape 2, The Be Strong LP, The Herman Gardens Project)

Because of the introspective and inspirational nature of his music, he is often compared to artists like Common, Talib Kweli, Kanye West, Mos Def and others known for "conscious" music.

As a producer, he began his professional career in Tokyo, Japan in 2005 producing for Hip Hop artist Zeebra on his hit album "New Beginning". Some of his other credits include records produced for The Nappy Roots, Killer Mike, Bobby Creekwater, Stat Quo, Cashis, Donnis, Kidz in the Hall, Aloe Blac and many others.

"Bucknell, University" Student/DJ "Doug Bogan"
 "Theater Kids"
Twitter: @DougBoganMashup

Doug Bogan has been going hard this fall touring the nation.  In between eight shows the past eight weeks from Dallas, TX to Syracuse, NY and everywhere in between (not to mention work as a full-time college student), Doug found the time to produce this new feel-good bootleg. Combining tracks known to the general college-aged demographic, Doug provides a fresh take on MGMT's anthem, "Kids," with this progressive-house banger.  Enjoy this new humpday jam, and keep on the lookout for Doug's upcoming remix of DJ Felli Fel's middle-school classic, "Get Buck in Here."