For years, Tone Trump gave grinding a new definition in this rap game. He was everywhere, outside and in the streets. He spoke to MTV’s Mixtape Daily about how the deal came about, his celebration and more. The future looks bright for Tony. The New Fresh Prince coming soon. “It would’ve been a dream come true to get a so-called record deal with any label probably, but not too many artists get to sign with their favorite rapper or their favorite artists. When I was in the mix and coming up in the grind, his music got me and mines… continue reading
Usually, the fellow light skinned Devin Miles is cheerful in his music. It’s fun. But on this Ric & Thadeus-produced track, he dives deeper into a introspective way of rhyming and dark look of Pittsburgh. Directed by Nicely Rolled Productions. Download This Is How I Live below. Previously: Street Album: Devin Miles – This Is How I Live
Since Rozay is likely to shoot a bigger video for his Usher-assisted single, “Touch N You,” while out in Cannes, he somewhat shoots an unofficial video as promotion. In between that, there’s a whole lot of stunting from Diddy and Ross. Cameos from Cassie, Diddy, Stalley and more. Directed by Dre Films & Spliff TV. God Forgives, I Don’t is in stores July 31. Pre-order Self Made Vol. 2 now. Previously: Video: French Montana Ft. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne – Pop Dat (Behind The Scenes)
One third of Dyme Def, Fearce and frequent producer BeanOne have been working on There Goes The Neighborhood for quite some time. The 12 track album came out in similar sound to what most have come to expect from the Seattle trio, which is largely attributed to Bean’s sound. Stream and download it below.
Since his debut album dropped, Big Sean has pretty much been hyping up Finally Famous Over Everything. Almost a year later, RealTalkNY gets more information out of him about it. He says, and don’t quote him, that it’ll likely come out in the next few weeks and that there is a few videos shot as well. Another update is how far he is with his sophomore effort. Previously: Video: Chris Brown Ft. Big Sean & Wiz Khalifa – Till I Die
All good things should come to an end before they start to become stale. Stalley’s mini-series isn’t even close to that, but with only four shows to go on, the footage must end now. In the last installment, which is likely to become one of the most interesting, there’s a discussion about real vs. fake in the industry before he heads off to London for the BUMP Party at Plan B in Brixton. Savage Journey To The American Dream is out now. Previously: Video: Stalley’s Europe Tour (Episode 4)