Illinois emcee Mic Torrance got together with his videographer and decided to throw some raw shit out there. I have been noticing Mic for a while and I have been seeing progression in his entire movement. Box Head Mafia is his crew and I have really seen all of them keep moving forward as a whole, from shows to songs to videos. Scoot is Box Heads videographer and I really appreciate the fact that he throws whatever he wants on the videos but keeps it very natural and with the flow of things for whatever video he decides to shoot. The track was produced by Dexxter Douglas, and he used the right sounds to let Mic really speak his shit. Mic even addressed the topic that when his latest video “Car Alarms” hit 10k views, it was banned. Mic really shows the passion through his music and every visual, he’s a good dude too.
Professor Fox enlists LOD members ShowYouSuck and Cadillac Duke on “Stay Away” that will be on Fox’s upcoming project “WØØƒH∆µ5” [Woof House].
My SUH brothers, Pavy and C.Rich are dropping a collaboration EP entitled, ‘On The Edge.’ These two are some of my favorite talents out of Chicago at the moment so you know I’ll be all over that once it drops. But lets get into this first release off the project which comes in the form a DC produced single entitled, “Come Over.” A real smooth offering from Pav and C.Rich as they remake the classic Aaliyah’s song.
As stated in their promise to perform at 40+ music festivals this year, OutKast keeps the news flowing as the duo has just announced they will be headlining the BET Experience this summer at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The 3-day musical extravaganza will see the duo on the 2nd day which will feature performances from OutKast, A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, & August Alsina, among many more. Hosted by DJ Khaled, other performers over the 3-day period will include Jill Scott, Mary J. Blige, Maxwell, Trey Songz, Marsha Ambrosius, K. Michelle, & many others in the world of Hip-Hop & R&B.
The BET Experience kicks off Friday June 27 & will end after the BET Awards on Sunday of that same weekend. Single day ticket prices range from $60.00 – $150.00 while 3-day packages start at $200.00.
May 5 is no longer the release date of Lil’ Wayne’s highly anticipated upcoming LP “Tha Carter V”
The fifth installment of the album sequence was originally announced to be released on May 5 by Young Money’s very own Drake on stage in New Orleans last month.
“Carter V. May 5.” said the YMCMB superstar.
Now that is no longer the case. “I’m not gonna release that date until I really, really, really know what it really, really, really is.. ” say Wayne in the interview below.
Rappers are infamous for pushing back albums so this comes as no surprise to me. All I know is.. my expectations are high for Wayne on this next LP. Hopefully, he delivers some quality Hip-Hop music.