I don’t celebrate Christmas myself, but hey, gifts are always welcomed. Gifts like this new video from ATL creative Go Dreamer. He drops off 2 joints rolled into to one. First up is Go’s ForteBowie-assisted cut “New Age Macks” followed by “One Big Bag” which features Key!, Curtis Williams, and Tuki Carter. Directed by Ctrl. Previously: Mixtape: Go Dreamer â€“ The OuttaHere Project Follow @UptownToney
Holy underground dream! SDotBraddy utilizes his connects to bring Curtis Williams, Denzel Curry, Robb Bank$ and Sir Michael Rocks together on one remix for “Can’t Tell Me Shit.” The spirit of competition runs deep throughout the four-plus minutes of the Luxury-produced track. Private Sessions is scheduled for an early 2014 date. Previously:Â SDotBraddy Ft. Pouya â€“ Like Me (Prod. By Hydro) Follow @SermonsDomain
Two9’s impact on the rap game this year has been pretty major. The Atlanta collective has been much subject of much talk as many artists out of the city start to come up. Curtis Williams has been teasing Half Forgotten Daydreams since last December, and it’s well worth the eight months of waiting. Utilizing the talents of producer Childish Major, as well as others like C4 and Detroit Red, Curtis’ 15-track project sounds magnificent. Stream and download it below.
The hunger for more as Two-9 member Curtis Williams tosses out a two minute teaser visual for a previously unreleased song that’ll likely be on his upcoming project. In the clip, we see him playing basketball, performing, reflecting in the back seat of a car and more. Sort of, like, a day in the life scenario. Directed by Cam Kirk. Half Forgotten Day Dreams will be out in August. Previously:Â Video: Curtis Williams Ft. Robb Bank$ â€“ Bare Essentials Follow @SermonsDomain
Chicago is still spawning talent, and the latest coming out of the Windy city is a group known as Famsquad. “Dressed To Kill” is the second single from their upcoming Lust For Money project. There’s no release date, but this record is sure to attract plenty of attention with the guest line-up. Follow @SermonsDomain
Over six months, Curtis Williams and Robb Bank$ put out “Bare Essentials,” produced by Childish Major. It has withstood the test of the internet and still sounds great after half-a-year. The video combines rapping in an empty pool with essences of partying and having fun, part of what the bare essentials are. Directed by Michael Kusumadjaja and Gunner Stahl. Previously:Â Metro Boominâ€™ Ft. Trinidad James & Curtis Williams â€“ Serious (Prod. By Metro & Sonny Digital) Follow @SermonsDomain