With a Much Music Video Award (MMVA) nomination for Best Hip Hop Video under his belt, 20-year-old John River, celebrates the success of “Hope City II” with a new visual offering from his upcoming mixtape, The Storm.
The third single from the project, “Get Down,” was shot in John’s hometown, Mississauga, at a house party packed with friends. The video, directed by Trayne Adjei and produced by MadRuk Ent.
Elcee gets 5000 Pound Films behind the visuals for his latest single “How You Feel”. Watch as the music video brings together a story of social interaction between Elcee & a young female as he attempts to introduce her to a night in the life with Elcee.
The countdown is over! One of #TripleR’s (Real Recognize Real) fan favorite track, “701″ Now has a visual!
Straight off his first award-winning album “REAL RECOGNIZE REAL”(2015 ALL STAR MUSIC AWARD “Album of The Year”), the video “701″ (Directed and edited by Jus Frank), was filmed on 701 Fenimore street located in the heart of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn. “701″ visual gives you a look into the day and a life experience of YSA’s neighborhood.
Ask around the Detroit area and people will tell you Ro Spit has his hometown of Pontiac, MI on lock. In case anyone needed a reminder, the Yaktown representative reinforces his clout throughout his new “Self-Titled (Who Got It?)” video.
Casually coming correct via a chin-up, automatic flow, Ro uses heavy-handed production from Young RJ (Slum Village) to assert his authority for unaware and unappreciative souls. The track itself is an audible slap to the back of your head, while the video is a front-facing finger shake. Ro Spit’s long-awaited IVLife… project drops in July!
DesignerFlow and Jeffrey Bankroll are two emerging artists from Louisville, KY. Musically, they create paint vivid pictures of triumph and struggle in the streets of their city and many across the country.
With their debut release, “Long Night” listeners are lead into their world with impactful lyrics and production by Montreux, that ends with a moving guitar solo by DesignerFlow.
The music video, also directed by DesignerFlow + shot by BC Photography brings viewers with them on a seemingly normal road trip, that in reality is a turn signal away from a loss of freedom. “Long Night” will appear on DesignerFlow and Bankroll’s “ShoeBox Money” project, which is set for a July 2015 release.