Video: Futuristic & Sam Lachow – Watch Yo Mouth

Video: Futuristic & Sam Lachow – Watch Yo Mouth

Most rappers who team up to go on tour together never do what Futuristic and Sam Lachow are doing. Many do collaborate at some point, but this record/video is strictly to promote their upcoming tour. On top of that, you will never see anything like this from any other rap combination. “Watch Yo Mouth” is the two spitting a verse each with some of the most ridiculous, fun bars you’ve ever heard them rap. They both met up in Cali to shoot this hilarious visual, directed by Jakob Owens, featuring the midget from R. Kelly’s Trapped In The Closet series…. continue reading

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Video: NIKO IS – Vamoose

Video: NIKO IS – Vamoose

Talib Kweli’s new artist Niko Is released his debut album, Brutus, last month. And, it was good. A solid body of work that showcased why Talib took an interest in him for his Javotti Media label. This month, Niko is hitting the road as an opening act for Immortal Tech and Talib’s tour. How’s that for a fun, productive start to the year? You can sum up Niko’s “Vamoose” video in two words: unorthodox and colorful. Director Chris Smith and Niko clearly put in some work to make this look as cool as it does. Watch it below if you’re… continue reading

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Video: Raz Simone Ft. Gifted Gab & Fatal Lucciauno – Same Problems

Video: Raz Simone Ft. Gifted Gab & Fatal Lucciauno – Same Problems

The past couple of weeks from Raz Simone have been pretty honest. There was “Macklemore & Chief Keef,” then “Drake & Macklemore’s Platform.” It’s clear that something triggered Raz to go into this mode where he’s addressing various racial issues in an “in your face” type of a way. Up until today, we didn’t know what was going to become of the videos, but he announced a new EP is dropping next week. On “Same Problems,” Raz links with Moor Gang’s first lady, Gifted Gab, and one of Seattle’s finest, quietest MCs in Fatal Lucciauno. The trio separate themselves from every… continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Logic Drops Hint on TITSATOTMWSTW & Why He Uses the Rubik’s Cube

SD Exclusive: Logic Drops Hint on TITSATOTMWSTW & Why He Uses the Rubik’s Cube

Logic is in a great mental space. His debut album, Under Pressure, did 72,000 first week and over 130,000 to date. He got engaged soon after. And currently, he’s on his world tour promoting the album and spreading peace, love and positivity to every city he goes to. Thus far, a high percentage of the shows have been sold out, including Seattle where he packed out The Showbox Market (1,000 capacity) and had the energy levels all the way up. Before he hit the stage, Logic took some time out to speak with Sermon’s Domain. We discussed how the tour… continue reading

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Video: Raz Simone – Drake & Macklemore’s Platform

Video: Raz Simone – Drake & Macklemore’s Platform

Raz Simone feels that he’s got next. The next leader in hip-hop. The same platform that you can find Drake and Macklemore on is where he envisions himself. Big difference between those two names and Raz’s music, which is why he’s confident that he can fit in the same realm. His music comes with a lot of messages, personal struggle, and hunger. For this latest visual, he backs it all up with interview samples from Tupac that extend the whole clip to eight minutes. If anything, it seems like Raz is coming right back with another project that has some… continue reading

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Video: Raz Simone – Macklemore & Chief Keef

Video: Raz Simone – Macklemore & Chief Keef

After releasing 11 songs on Cognitive Dissonance Pt. 2, Raz Simone isn’t finished. He continues on with a new video for a song that didn’t appear on the album. It’s crazy, because this sound fits very well into what he gave us on the album. This could’ve been the intro track. “Macklemore & Chief Keef” is one long audio rant with a minimal production backing, similar to “They’ll Speak.” Raz does what he does best on the song. He pours his heart and frustration into the words, citing still having to be in the streets and addresses the age old… continue reading

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