I be throwed Mike Vick,
Old school cars bending corners, pre-rolls, and expensive water not too many rappers can pull these images together, but for Keezy Kuts this was all the mold he needed to create what is "Michelanglo".
Keezy Kuts is a rapper from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The self-proclaimed 'Kusher' has embraced his stoner fanbase and has created a growing Pre-Rolled brand that his fans and supporters have gotten behind.
Michelangelo is the 4th track off Keezy Kuts latest project "Meet The Kushers". which featured numerous single's such as "Go 4 What You Know (read the article here)"), "Counting Sheep" and the interlude "Cone" that left everyone wanting more. But even with all of these singles Michelangelo stands out as an undeniable hit that was made possible through the collaboration of Hakeem Eli'juwon. It's Keezy's smooth flow combined with Hakeem's street talk that makes this collaboration work.
Gotta make sure it's a wuap in my denim coat,
Collaboration was a vital part of making both the track as well as the video. Keezy Kuts collaborated with producer Lucky Slevin to help make the song the hit that it is. On the video production side Keezy Kuts collaborated with videographer DJ Kold to help bring this hit to life. These artists created the mold for their respective lanes. That's why it's fitting that the first line be "RAP GAME MICHELANGLO".
Checkout Keezy Kuts latest video "Michelanglo".
It's November and cuffin' season is upon us. That chic or dude that you been texting all summer might just go ghost on you because they decided to cuff their other side piece. But if your the lucky one to be cuffed then be ready to do everything that comes with it. This means showing up to family functions, having to buy gifts, and you still might have New Years and Valentine's Day if it's still 'real'. But cuffin doesn't mean monogamy. Just be careful. Nothing can be more dangerous than a scorn woman. Karma Jonez is one artist who is warning any man looking to have her heart to "Be Careful" and her latest video explains exactly what she means.
Karma Jonez is an artist from Tulsa and though relatively new to the rap scene she shows in her raps and in her flows that she's been honing in her rap skills for a while. Check out her feature on our Sunday Night Freestyle Episode 4 here.
You better watch who you hurt boo,
Karma Jonez's remixed Cardi B's "Be Careful" that was released on her solo first solo project "Invasion of Privacy". Karma Jonez makes this track her own by staying true to her style without sacrificing what makes her an artist. The second verse is where she showcases her rap skills as she is able to switch up her flow and let her personality shine through. She got flow! The video was shot by UAP who helped create a visual that backs up Karma Jonez's lyrical imagery of a man that didn't heed her warning and is now paying the consequences. One thing that could be improved for this video is the formatting of the video. The video doesn't take up the full screen so the audience doesn't get to experience the full effect and be engulfed into of every scene. But I trust as she releases more videos that this will not be as much of an issue and her musical talent will continue to shine. And with that big ass knife in her hand this isn't something I would say to her face. Forreal I like the video!
So checkout Karma Jonez's latest video "Be Careful" below and let us know the craziest thing someone with a broken heart has ever done.
You wanna hear a scary story? The 1st of the month is Thursday and you don't get paid til next Friday. Scary enough? The truth is, it's Halloween! The scary movies, haunted houses, and trick or treaters have waited for this one day to celebrate the things that go bump in the night. But who am I to spoil the story when You.th can tell a much better story. His his latest EP "Ghost in Blood" is a tale from the Town that will quench your Halloween thirst.
They say "The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence." Whether your out in traffic or performing in a music video, confidence can be the defining trait of two people wearing the exact same thing. Or the guy who gets the chick with only a $10 outfit from Targets vs. the guy in the Armani suit who goes home alone. Confidence is a major key. And no where else is this better exhibited than in Chubbs Perry video "Lookin Good".
It's just the beginning for me. So I'm still on a journey of forming this person that I'm coming,
Life is but a dream. And many would say to dream is to manifest a destiny worthy having. An artist named Ayilla brings these ideas to life with her flow, her style, and most of all her debut single Ms. Mary. So checkout the style and flow of Ayilla.
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We Made It! Friday! Let the champagne pour and the glasses fill. But before you do all that. Checkout another Tulsa Cypher by King Spencer. But this time it's the ladies turn. And they're out to prove that anything a man can do, that a woman can do just as well. As DJ Ali Shaw presents #FemaleSpittaz. So with a fist raised in the air these women show us all how it's done. OR as Tea Rush puts it, "You know how we go!".
Many say that a picture is worth a thousand words. Never has this been more true than with rap. The classic rap albums that featured cover art put on display the realities and often times the dream world that rappers lived in. Steady Cam is a rapper looking to prove that his lyric video "Take A Picture" is a masterpiece amongst the critics.
It goes without saying that Cutty Forever dropped a project (EP if your into semantics) that the whole city has gotten behind and supported, His EP "Forever" has been shared on multiple social media accounts and has been on the playlists of fans and fellow artists. It's safe to say whether or not you follow Cutty Forever's accounts, the impact of the EP is hard not to notice. Read more the track review here: Track2Track : Go Ask 'Em
This week we had the pleasure of sitting down with the popular boy band group the Hansons, which was hosted by the wonderful people at 36 Degrees North. The Hansons touched on a Number of topics from booking shows, to getting your music to the right people, to how to engage with your audience.