Harlem’s own Cliff Po is gearing up to release his brand new album It’s Been Real this coming summer, taking time out from working on the album that today Cliff decided to release a video for “Pass Me Da Green’, which was record 2yrs ago but with 4/20 hitting tomorrow it’s right on time.
The visual was directed by Vizual Insights.
In preparation for his long-awaited debut mixtape “Living In Space”, Pittsburgh artist SpaceJam Jiff drops some ill visuals to his initially released single “The Gang”. The song features fellow Team Epic artist Norman Dean, coming in on the chorus.
The video was shot by Bill Mike of Head Shot Films. SpaceJam Jiff’s debut mixtape “Living In Space” drops 4/20!
Moshpitting into the NY rap scene, Long Island MC; Thurteen, collaborates with the young promising DJ Ernz Eastwood to deliver the song “WU-HA”, off his upcoming EP scheduled to be released on the 13th month of the year, “X/X/14″.
Along with the mysterious date of his EP, Thurteen makes it clear that he wants to take you on a ride, to the past and into the future of music.
A-Ha! Records artist E. Grizzly teams up again with PKG Studios to release the new music video “Bag Check”. This is E. Grizzly’s 4th installment to his hip hop video series “Generation A”.
In this new installment E. Grizzly verbally attacks corporations, the IRS, the FBI, and governments for invading the privacy of the common person. The song is inspired by his real life experiences with the FBI. Grizzly is tied up in the video and has guns to his head symbolizing his helplessness for financial freedom.
He refers to the powers that be as control freaks and fights to the end of the video to get out of these financial ties but he is unsuccessful. The video was directed by Jay Brisbon and Alex Halpin. It was edited by Jay Brisbon at PKG Studios. The song was produced by 1994!