1ForTheShow: Tulsa Cypher The Vets
It's Friday! You made it. I made it. We all made it! Those days are gone of hurrying home from school on Friday to catch 106 & Park's Freestyle Friday competition. Where stars were made. OK maybe not stars. But at least it was a platform for artists to get their 15 minutes of fame. Who could forget Jin?
Track2Track: Go Ask 'em
"Hol' up, hol' up, hol' up, we gon' do it like this, okay?
"YOU BETTER LOSE YOURSELF IN THE MOMENT." This is from the chorus of Eminem's "Lose Yourself" that played at the end of 8 Mile as character Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith, Jr. walks back to finish his shift at his job after defeating rival MC and reigning champion Papa Doc. 8 Mile is a classic MC battling movie that is always brought up during any rap battle. So it's no surprise that the very beat used in the freestyle scenes of the movie would also be used during Lessons in Fresh Freestyle Battle that happened at the Tulsa owned and operated Chimera. The two competitors were Mr. Burns (aka Earl Hazard) and Bezel365. Both competitors are revered rap battlers that have been known to rip apart their competition. But what would happen when they went neck to neck?
#Track2Track: Laser Quest
"It's better to ask for FOREGIVENESS, not PERMISSION." This was the approach Tulsa artist Dial Tone and videographer VideoHero took when shooting their music video "Laser Quest" at the AHHA Tulsa. The art gallery located in the heart of downtown Tulsa had recently opened an exhibit called "The Experience" which is just as the title says "an experience" and a must see. But unbeknownst to Dial Tone, VideoHero, and AHHA Tulsa this would also be the perfect location for "Laser Quest."
Some think Wednesday's are boring, That's until Jarry Manna started Wave Wednesdays, which is a day that the artist Jarry Manna dropped exclusive content to his loyal fanbase. The Local Waver has seen some major success and all without a major deal. When we say major were talking about the million streams on Spotify. Yea, Major! You would think he has nothing left to prove right? Wrong. Jarry Manna is proving that if the majors won't open the door than the WAVE will get him to his beach. And as his recent release states, he's here to "Collect"!