"More Than Buzz, They Do What It Does"

"Chi City" - "H.Y.F.L" (Official Video)
"Shawn Archer" - "You Kidding Me" (Official Video)
"Mike Philson" Ft. "Dre Martie", "Ernie Gaines", "Pa_triot", -"To The Moon"
"Young Lye" - "Jordans #1" (Official Video)
"Jaquae" - "Big Booty Judy" (Official Video)
"RROME" - "MY GIRL" (Official VIdeo)

Southside Chicago rapper Chi City presents the music video for his single "H.Y.F.L.". With over nine underground tapes bearing his name – his last being 2011′s Who Is Chi City – Chi has collaborated with Cory Gunz, Mullyman and has toured with Philadelphia Freeway, Mickey Factz, Mikey Halsted and Daytona. He was crowned Coast To Coast’s Indie Artist Next To Blow and has performed at the BET Artist Showcase and ThisIs50.com’s Independent Fridays. He has ghostwritten for B.O.B., Diggy Simmons and G.O.O.D. Music affiliates. "Hell yeah fuck ya life is what the H.Y.F.L stands for," explains Chi. "The idea behind it is really about me saying f**k you to everyone who left me when they felt like I was going to fail, or those who only hung around me to benefit and not really help put the work in. So I paint the picture loud and clear about how I feel when it comes to fake frends."

"Southside Chicago's "Chi City
"H.Y.F.L" (Hell Yeah F*ck Ya Life) (Official Video)

Twitter: @iamchicity
Off The "Untold Story" MixTape
With Over 14,200 YouTube Views

"Shawn Archer"
"You Kidding Me"
 (Official Video)

Twitter: @iamshawnarcher
With Over 18,300 YouTube Views

Shawn Archer drops the new visual "You Kidding Me" that features Petter Jones of SKE Records. The visual focuses on the smoking mirrors in the rap game and how things don't appear as they seem.

Mike Philson Ft. Dre Martie, Ernie Gaines, Pa_triot
"To The Moon"

Twitter: @MikePhilson

With Over 32,700 YouTube Views

"Bronx" Rapper "Young Lye
"Jordans #1" (Official Video)
Twitter: @YoungLye @StackLarge_Ent

With Over 105,780 YouTube Views

Every since Hip Hop’s inception, kicks have always been a fixture among the genre’s aficionados and artists alike. In the 80s, it was Adidas, however, for the past 20 years, the Nike Air and Air Jordan brand have invaded the culture as the unofficial sneaker of Hip Hop.

In Hip Hop’s cradle of the Bronx, a young lyricist by the name of Young Lye, which is short for “Young Lion”, has teamed up with Grammy award winning producer Jimi Kendrix to formulate an ode to the rap game’s favorite kicks with “Jordans #1″. The QB native who has produced hits for Jay-Z, 2Pac, and 50 Cent and the BX’s latest Internet sensation who has 200K YouTube views from such hits as “Drop It 2 Da Floor” and “Don’t Give Up Da Struggle” have the World Wide Web buzzing with this salute to His Airness’ footwear. This track also appears on Team Bigga Rankin's "We Got Thje Hookup" Vol. 2 by DJ Cube, hosted by I Am Breezy Says. 

"South Carolina" Rapper "Jaquae
"Big Booty Judy" (Official Video)
Twitter: @jaquae @TheSuperiors
With Over 14,470 YouTube Views

From first listen you can tell Jaquae was inspired by multiple hip hop sounds. Born at Harlem Hospital, raised in South Carolina, then relocating back to Harlem at age 15 it is expected that he loves all hip hop forms. He started in the music business as a part of the Bad Boy street team. He is known for being the entertainer out of the crew who can hype up any crowd while freestyling. While working on the street team to pay for studio time, his music caught the attention of longtime music executive Shawn Prez. While putting his final touch on his debut EP entitled "You'll See", Jaquae gives us a real club anthem "Big Booty Judy" produced by @TheSuperiors (produced for T.I. Maino, Trina & others).

"Brooklyn, New York" Rapper "RROME
"MY GIRL" (Official VIdeo)
Twitter: @RRoseRRome

With Over 18,690 YouTube Views

 Check out this melodic, visualversion of "Love and Hip Hop" as BK's own RRose RRome releases the video to his radio friendly track entitled "My Girl". RRome is Brooklyn's next on deck, as shown in his last outing on video featuring Uncle Murda, "What's The Word", which also showed and proved his backing from another BK big shot, MOP's Lil Fame. My Girl explicitly explains his dreamy deja vu with the hottest R&B chicks in the game including Tahiry, Rihanna, Amber Rose, and other sexy dimes in his rhymes. This is ideal segway to his mixtape entitled "Take This Serious" hosted by DJ Absolut.

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