"Slim chances, need answers, all in my feelings Mamie Lewis made me do it..." - Almost Lost When an emcee steps into the booth, it's like they become Superman, but alter egos have problems too. They can either grow to meet the pressure or succumb to it. Seeing that potential and failing to live up... Continue Reading →
https://soundcloud.com/yaitchstudiofeen/y_aitch-broken-mirror-telling-beatz-prodmake-your-mark-rs New poetic, heartfelt/deep bars from YaitcH of StudioFeenz. Broken Mirror is a reflection shattered by the demons of the artist. Not a stranger to tracks with depth, this may be one of YaitcH's deepest yet.
https://soundcloud.com/isamar-lange/ladyh-easy-mixed-byhttpssoundcloudcommake-your-mark-studios https://www.facebook.com/LadyHSF73/videos/141290609877899 Lady H is the kinda chick who makes loyalty look easy. Loyalty to her man, her culture and to herself! classic vibes here from this underground female emcee.
New music from RUN ambassador Zeke Saadiq! This track features Priscilla Peaceful and Zeke’s dear friend Premo Pree who passed away after a battle with cancer. RIP.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAh4sFhYi4Y&t=184s Check out the music of Rollen Poole on Youtube! IG - rp_tfo https://www.youtube.com/user/freeonesmusic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-KaJUHED9M WATCH TO THE END FOR THE FREESTYLE CYPHER! Welcome back to Mic Check! Charlie Madness is in the house for an interview and cypher with hosts SIC the Blackfalcon and Lyrical AJ Official! #RUN Every episode features a guest who will talk about the art of emceeing and give opinions on the craft of... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qla06gFW43k Vegas Identity was a hip-hop showcase of Rebel Underground Network & Above All Music Group. It featured live art by Sketchy People Studios, and performances from Ulysses, Indica, StudioFeenz, V-Nice, RKB, AJ, 1$hot, Dizzy Tha Kid and more - DJ Ratchet on the boards! We also kicked freestyles with Kennedy Clark, Snap Murphy and... Continue Reading →
In the twenty-first century, hip hop music is often associated with behaviors like drug use, sexualization of women, gang violence, consumerist and materialistic ideas, egocentric and pop culture values, however, hip hop culture and its music planted its roots in social progression and civil rights movements in the 1970s, working to bring urban communities together... Continue Reading →