SD Exclusive: Mike Stud Talks About His 300 Deal & Hoodie Allen Beef

The Stud Summer tour is a sign of the things to come for Mike Stud. Over 30 cities across the United States selling out (or close to) off his sophomore album, Closer, which sold an impressive 15,000 copies in it’s first week just wrapped around his fans. This landed him looks from Billboard and several other big media outlets that wanted to know about him and his rise in the industry. The week after the album dropped, he revealed his distribution deal with 300 (that was signed a week before the album came out). Speaking to Sermon’s Domain, one of… continue reading

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Video: Mike Stud – Journals Of Relief

Mike Stud is getting more creative with his video concepts. “Journals Of Relief” is two songs off Relief (“Never Let Go” and “Oh No”) and two songs from Justin Bieber’s Journals (“Confident” and “All That Matters”) morphed into a short medley that combines pieces from each song. To top that all off is a happy ending sealed with a kiss. Directed by Jon Kilmer. Previously: Video: Mike Stud – Young King Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Mike Stud – Young King

Nobody utilizes their concert/tour footage like Mike Stud (and Huey Mack too). Taking us back to the springtime when he released his debut album, Relief, he releases a video for “Young King.” The recurring theme that gets underlined is how active the shows have been. Directed by Paddy Quinn. He’s currently working on the follow-up album, which will be bigger than ever. Previously: Video: Mike Stud – Gas Pedal (Remix) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Mike Stud – Gas Pedal (Remix)

Sage The Gemini’s “Gas Pedal” has been gaining traction lately as a breakout single. It’s spawned a couple remixes too. This time, Mike Stud takes it for a drive in his newest video. The remix was produced by Lu Balz, a frequent collaborator of him and Huey Mack’s. Where Sage aimed to take the clubs over, Mike slows it down with an R&B element during the hook. His Batman lines were pretty clever. Mike’s next original project is in the works too. Previously: Video: Huey Mack Ft. Mike Stud – Be Alright (Prod. By Lu Balz) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Huey Mack Ft. Mike Stud – Be Alright (Prod. By Lu Balz)

In exactly one month, Huey Mack will release his debut album, Pretending Perfection. He had moderate success with A Boy Named Hue hitting the #1 spot on iTunes before he released it for free. Without a doubt, he’s going to do it again with a bigger fan base. On “Be Alright,” he connects with his partner-in-rhyme Mike Stud for a record that’s certainly radio friendly with all the singing that surrounds the rapping. Directed by Jon Kilmer. Previously: Video: Huey Mack Announces His New Album Title Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Riff Raff, Mike Stud, Mod Sun & Huey Mack Freestyle In The Studio

Back in October, Mike Stud, Huey Mack, Mod Sun and Riff Raff all got into the studio together and recorded “Nightstand.” This freestyle clip was taken in the studio during their video shoot. Jody Highroller steals the show with his energetic freestyle with lines like “Rap Game Doug Funny” and “I come through like active athlete/ next year NFL got my own cleats.” Directed by Jon Kilmer. After the jump, watch a hilarious short skit titled “Riff Raff Vs. Your Dad.” Previously: Video: Riff Raff, Mod Sun, Huey Mack & Mike Stud – Nightstand Follow @SermonsDomain

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