Smoke DZA flosses in New York only to link up with Rick Ross in the new music video for “Black Superhero Car” from DZA’s Pete Rock collabo album, Don’t Smoke Rock. The Dan the Man-directed visual also features cameos from DC Young Fly and Big K.R.I.T.
With Smoke DZA and Pete Rock’s full-length collabo, Don’t Smoke Rock, dropping tomorrow, the New York duo has released a new visual via Complex. The site also premiered an exclusive stream of the album.
It’s official; the sixth annual A3C Hip-Hop Festival compilation, A3C Volume 6, hits stores worldwide a week from today. With just 7 days to go, A3C and iHipHop Distribution have just released the third single by Mcevoy & SD, and also revealed the track list, plus announced a Statik Selektah remix album! Read More
Dressed in all red, from head to toe, West Coast emcee 2Eleven revisits his mixtape, The Robb Report, in the stark new visual for ”Solid”. The video, directed by Skey of Dark Cinema, is out now, and can be viewed on YouTube after the jump. Additionally, if you’re rocking with 2Eleven’s sound, be sure to get his project The Robb Report out now on iTunes.
Last year, veteran emcee Royce da 5’9” — holding down Detroit since ’99 — teamed up with venerable hip-hop producer DJ Premier to form PRhyme, and they’ve been on a tear since. That same year, they dropped their self-titled debut album, which housed single ”Courtesy” as well tracks ”U Looz”, ”PRhyme”, and ”You Should Know”. Looking to make the most out of the fourth quarter, the duo returns with a deluxe edition of their self-titled debut. And after highlighting the seven minute extended version of ”Mode” earlier in the week, Royce and Premo are sharing the full-length version of their ”Courtesy” video as well. In the video, the PRhyme brothers find themselves in dire circumstances: they’re stranded on the side of the road with a broken down car — nowhere to go. Naturally, their minds begin to wander: they imagining themselves living ”the good life” (driving an operational car, chilling on a boat, surrounded by beautiful women). However, one thing is for certain, and that’s Royce and Premo cannot forget about where they come from: nothing. Check out PRhyme’s visuals for ”Courtesy” — off of their self-titled debut album from last year — after the jump. Additionally, be on the lookout for the extended version of the album, due out sooner than later.