iHipHop was granted exclusive access to the music video shoot for Jet Life’s “No Sleep” off their upcoming Jet World Order 2 album. Curren$y, Trademark Da Skydiver, and Young Roddy were all on set in Atlanta for the shoot. The video was directed by GRVTY and features plenty of beautiful women, fast cars, and clouds of that loud.
iHipHop was granted exclusive access to the listening party for Freeway’s upcoming album, Diamond In The Ruff, held at Chung King Studios in New York City. Special guests included Neef Buck, It’s The Real, Iman Shumpert, and Rasheed Wallace of the New York Knicks. Photos by Lucas Farrar/Far Fetched Future.
On Saturday, September 15, Heineken held one of their Red Star Access events at Basketball City in New York City. There were performances from French Montana and Wiz Khalifa and plenty of food and drink for attendees. Music was provided by DJ Clark Kent. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
On Saturday, September 15, Kendrick Lamar performed at Terminal 5 in New York City for BET’s Music Matters Tour. Other acts included Stalley, Jay Rock, and Ab-Soul. Joey Bada$$ gave a surprise performance as well. All photos by Lucas Alvarado/Far Fetched Future.
iHipHop Distribution and A3C proudly present the Behind The Scenes footage from the filming of “Victory” by OCD: Moosh & Twist. iHipHop was on-hand in Philadelphia, PA to catch Moosh & Twist as they filmed the music video for the first single from “A3C Volume 2″ in their former middle school.
“A3C Volume 2″ will be available on iTunes on October 16, 2012
On Thursday, August 16, Paperbox in Brooklyn was host to a free Juicy J concert. In addition to Juicy J, there were performances from Black Dave and Johnny Nelson. Music was provided by Venus X and Helen Harris. All photos taken by Lucas Farrar/Far Fetched Future.
On Thursday, August 16, iHipHop Distribution celebrated their recent partnership with Neako and his LVLYSL Label at 247 Eldridge in New York. The event was hosted by Hana May and Alexandra Estevez and featured music from DJ Soul. All photos by Bernard Smalls.