Gleams – Hip Hop Times (November Edition)

Gleams – Hip Hop Times (November Edition)

Kendrick Lamar’s GQ cover fiasco, Sharkeisha’s fight, Chris Brown’s rehab, Trinidad James’ rant against New York and Yeezy’s media run are just some of the notable topics that Gleams covers on his November edition of “Hip Hop Times.” He goes through four instrumentals including Yo Gotti’s “Act Right” and “Bound 2.” The Pre-Game is coming soon. Previously: Video: Gleams – Hip Hop Times (October Edition) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Gleams – Hip Hop Times (October Edition)

Before the November edition hits, Gleams decided to link up with director No Mercy to film a video for “Hip Hop Times (October Edition).” To make sure it’s not just some video of him rapping, clips of things involved Kanye West, the BET Hip Hop Awards and more are included. It gives more validity to the words. The Pre-Game drops in December. Previously: Gleams – All The Stops (Prod. By Dark Knight) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Gleams – All The Stops (Prod. By Dark Knight)

Gleams – All The Stops (Prod. By Dark Knight)

Gleams is releasing The Pre-Game sometime in December. After many months, we get a song that’s not a “Hip Hop Times” for the month. “All The Stops” is backed by a hard-hitting production from Dark Knight. The pressure is on Gleams from there, and he turns it into a diamond. “Since I don’t ask for much, I get less back.” That’s how it works sometimes. Previously: Gleams – Hip Hop Times (October Edition) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Gleams – Hip Hop Times (October Edition)

Gleams – Hip Hop Times (October Edition)

Gleams is under the impression that Nipsey Hussle’s Crenshaw experiment being a success ended up  inspiring Eminem to sell a limited edition of MMLP2 for $300 dollars on his website. However, it should be worth noting that Eminem, Paul Rosenberg and the Interscope family aren’t functioning on a week-by-week basis. His campaigns are created months in advance and rolled out. Most major labels/artists would never do something risky, plus that sort of thing has been done many times with rappers but costing significantly less than Em’s. Besides that, the latest audio news paper known as “Hip Hop Times” is pretty great…. continue reading

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Gleams – Hip Hop Times (September Edition)

Gleams – Hip Hop Times (September Edition)

Yes, Gleams is back after a month of watching what’s going on in hip-hop. This september edition tackles everything including, Gucci Mane’s rant, Pusha T’s upcoming album, Meek Mill dissing Kendrick Lamar and much more. As always, he takes several instrumentals like “Fine China” and “Pound Cake.” Still one of the most creative series this year. Previously: Gleams – Hip Hop Times (August Edition) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Gleams – Hip Hop Times (August Edition)

Gleams – Hip Hop Times (August Edition)

Taking a various mix of instrumentals released in August, Gleams releases his “Hip Hop Times” for this previous month. In it, one of the main focuses was on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse. Other topics include Mac Miller collapsing on stage, “Picasso Baby” and more. He also fires off shots at some unknown rappers too. Previously: Gleams – Hip Hop Times (July Edition) Follow @SermonsDomain

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