The Showoff Crew all connect for Statik Selektah’s finale on his Round Trip album with “Full Circle.” It’s a celebratory moment for Reks, Termanology, JFK and Ea$y Money as they take a look at how far they’ve come over Statik Selektah’s production. The video pulls together clips of the crew having their moments with other artists and shows just how these things come full circle.
Ea$y Money links up with Shady records newest signee for a romp over and producer Billy Loman’s menacing production.
REKS FEAT. PHAT KAT, GUILTY SIMPSON, EA$Y MONEY, PLANET ASIA, RASCO, REEF & KING MAG – FINAL FOUR 2 [VIDEO]
Reks drops a set of animated visuals for this massive posse cut that spans the coasts and a plethora of dopeness on “Final Four 2.”
MANNY GARCIA & TERMANOLOGY FEAT. CHRIS RIVERS, EA$Y MONEY & NOREAGA – LATINO UNIFICATION (REMIX) [VIDEO]
The video to the remix of Termanology and Manny Garcia’s “Latino Unification” is all about that Puerto Rican pride as Chris Rivers, Ea$y Money and Noreaga join the fun.
Angle Shot Films once again handles the visuals for Nutso on this one produced by Boom Bap specialist Statik Selektah featuring Boston’s elite MC’s Termanology & Ea$y. Story line continues from the Beatminerz produced ‘I Just Don’t Know’ as the trio kidnap a snitch and the rest is told in graphic detail. Bars are spilled and the piano layered backdrop makes this one special. No Hook but no worries, none needed.
Ea$y Money drops a double video from his The Motive Of Nearly Everybody, Yo album.
Puerto Rican pride is the theme as Termanology, Noreaga, Chris River, Ea$y Money and Manny Garcia represent the island on “Latino Unification” with cuts courtesy of Statik Selektah.
Lawrence, Mass rapper Progress drops visuals to his lead single “Lord forgive em” Produced by Statik Selektah (feat Ransom & Ea$y Money). Directed By CS Films. His new project #UaintHip drops January 8th, 2016.
Termanology joins Ea$y Money on the video for “For The Streets.”
One week after dropping his The Motive Of Nearly Everybody, Yo album, Ea$y Money cuts loose a track that didn’t make the album with the appropriate title “One Week Later.”