Stars some of hip hop’s legendary rappers and takes you on the road. A CLASSIC hip hop movie that was once in movie theaters nationwide. Starring Diddy, Dr.Dre, B.I.G., Snoop Dogg, Method Man and countless others… Enjoy!
Dipset has officially made a comeback it would seem. Dipset was BIG in the early 2000s but after RocAFella Records broke up it left the Dips displaced. Jim Jones beefed with Cam (“Cam is like Finding Nemo right now), Juelz was sold to Def Jam (“I sold him for like $2 Mill) and Cam took an extended hiatus (“Check out my pool!”) and stayed killing the underground with projects like Crime Pays and Guns and Butta. But after hearing talks of them linking back up we finally get them all in a music video. Freekey Zeke, Santana’s Town, King Joffy aka Spacely Sprocketts, even Jimmy. And whose responsible for bringing it all together, of course Harlem’s own Dame Dash. Dipset! Dipset! Dipset! Owwwww! Free Bigavel.
In 2014 Howard University in Washington, DC decided to give Diddy his honorary degree in Humanities. Upon receiving his doctorate he gave a very motivational speech. Puff Daddy went to Howard in the early 90s but dropped out of college to become the mogul he became. This is a fan made video live from the graduation.
Did you the know the same year that Micheal Jackson released his album BAD, that same year LL Cool J months earlier released his hip hop album of the exact same name. B.A.D. (Bigger And Deffer) Did Micheal Jackson bite LL in 1987? Food for thought.
Whether the title was original or not this album is especially dope. If you haven’t had the pleasure we invite you to enjoy this full stream of this CLASSIC body of work.
Editor’s note: Smooth Criminal, Leave Me Alone, Bad, Man In the Mirror, The Way You Make Me Feel make this album a MONSTER body of work. LONG LIVE Micheal Jackson
Probably the best video of 2014 so far. This video takes the tone of Xzibit’s What You See Is What You Get or even more recently Lil Wayne’s A Milli or even 2 Chainz & Kanye West’s Birthday Song, where it’s a one shot walkthrough. Granted the video doesn’t really detail the song or the song content but it’s still a pretty good visual. Hol up! We Dem Boyz!
Doe B was a new underground rapper from Montgomery, Alabama, after dropping a slew of mixtapes and a few videos he found himself signed to T.I.’s Grand Hustle imprint. He was murdered at a popular street nightclub in Montgomery a couple days after Christmas in 2013, to add insult to injury one of the two gunman appears at the 11 second mark in his street classic Let Me Find Out. Even more eerie is at the 11 second mark the video audio says “fuck nigga” while showing Doe B’s shooter. Given Doe B’s talent and the fact that he was on the rise alot of people from the deep south thought he would be the next huge rapper. T.I. spoke at Doe B’s funeral and vowed to keep Doe B’s legacy alive. Let’s hope so. Most recently a new video was released with the mixtape DOAT3. Long Live Doe B! Live from Da Chicken Shack…
Doe B – Definition of a Trapper Volume 3
Lil Boosie has been killing the underground scene for quite some time. This video was shot by our personal friends at StreetHeat before Lil Boosie went to prison. Welcome Home Lil Boosie