Termanology joins Ea$y Money on the video for “For The Streets.”
We don’t know why and we don’t care why but watching this mashup of Big Pun’s “Still Not A Player” with Big Bird hanging out at Sesame Street makes so much sense for all the wrong reasons.
Your Old Droog stops by Statik Selektah’s spot to light up the microphone.
Sheek Louch delivers matching visuals for his take on Gang Starr’s “DWYCK.”
Slum Village drops this breezy set of visuals for the J Dilla produced “Expressive” that also features Rosewood 2055, Illa J and BJ The Chicago Kid.
The 3-man tag team of Wordsworth, Masta Ace and Punch grab Dion and drop the visuals for “Signtology” off of their excellent The Tonite Show album.
Saga serves up the final video off his and Marco Polo’s From Out Of The Shadows LP directed by Fred Focus.
The decisions that we make that often benefit the larger whole, end up enabling corporate greed and government agenda, all while making ourselves the victim. – Saga
The Mass Appeal emcee brings a matching set of visuals for his “No Coachella For Me” cut.
It’s ladies first as Diamond D rounds up an all-female cast of emcees for “Pump Ya Brakes” off of the producer’s The Diam Piece album.
In an interview with VladTV, Ghostface Killah remembers the time when he heard an Action Bronson verse and wondered to himself “When did I record that?”