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[Music Video] Tedy Andreas – “Ominous”
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At 23, Tedy Andreas is continuing to prove he’s a mainstay in the music game.. Managed by Sha Money XL, he’s been dropping bangers this whole summer. This next one, Ominous, has been catching waves for it’s lyrical content. The video was directed by the Digggers and song was produced by Kill....

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018
[Music Video] Kayo Genesis – “Woke”
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Three words describe Kayo. Soul + Purpose + Message. The MC embodies the aesthetic and spirit of the meaning of creative and boasts a progressive musical style. The Palmdale, native developed a loyal SC base not only for his evocative, intelligent conscious lyricism, but also his clean, contemporary visuals. His debut album will be released in 2018. “Woke” is the lead off single”. “Woke” is a stream of awareness in a crowd of a matrix. It’s important to start thinking...

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018
[Music Video] Sinn – “Who’s Ridin”
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20-year music vet and Michigan’s unsurpassed artist, SINN, releases a brand new video for his chart topping single “Who’s Ridin”. The single is produced by Chill Beatz and the video was shot on Michigan’s most Kawasaki-branded asphalt. SINN’s rider background is as lengthy as his music career and the two go hand in hand. You can’t mention bikes and mics without mentioning SINN! “Who’s Ridin” is not just an anthem for riders and Hip Hop heads, but it’s also his...

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018
[Music Video] Mission Sugarfix – “Miyumi Suki”
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Los Angeles artist Mission SugarFix presents the music video for his new single “Miyumi Suki”, produced by Lew Laing with horns provided by the CS Latin All Stars. When asked about the inspiration for the new single, Mission says “I was the ‘new guy. I was being overlooked. So I made a song to express how I feel about my music image and talent status. My name is Mission SugarFix and they call me John Lennon.” The video was shot...

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018
[Music Video] MYCHL – “Color Me Bad”
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This thought provoking video titled, “Color Me Bad” can certainly be linked to the Black Lives Matter movement. The senseless murders of unarmed black people is met with MYCHL’s musical outcry to start paying attention. The Chicago emcee can be seen walking down his block wearing a hoodie that seems symbolic to Trayvon Martin and many others. The young artist is being harassed by an officer while holding cigarettes like Eric Gardner and is killed at the end of the...

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Saturday, 14 July 2018