Casey Veggies, the LA emcee, will be dropping his debut album, Live & Grow soon. And in that time he’s giving a loving shout to his loyal fans with “Shout Out.” Listen to “Shout Out” from Veggies after the jump and be on the lookout for Live & Grow.
After dropping the official remix for his “Backflip” single featuring IAMSU!, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Ferg Casey Veggies returns with “Tied Up.” The track, which is also said to appear on Veggies’ forthcoming Live & Grow album, features one Dej Loaf who also had a high profile remix out recently in “U Me & Hennessy (Remix)” featuring Lil Wayne. “Tied Up” is looking to be Casey Veggies’ aim at Top 40 success. Check it out after the jump.
Casey Veggies’ debut Live & Grow is looking to finally drop later this year but in the meantime the Inglewood, CA native is sharing the feature heavy remix to his “Backflip” cut. The remix features IAMSU!, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Ferg. Check it out after the jump.
Stalley teams up with a slew of West Coast superstars for a remix of his Ohio cut “Always Into Something.” Stalley is joined by Ty Dolla $ign, Casey Veggies and Kurupt for the remix of “Always Into Something” which is set to appear on the L.A. Leakers’ upcoming 2015 Draft Picks project dropping January 22. Listen after the jump.
Atlanta native Reese teams up with (bit*h, you guessed it!) fellow Atlantan OG Maco and West Coasters Casey Veggies and DJ Mustard for “Parade”. Frankly we think this collaboration is a match made in heaven seeing how Atlanta and Los Angeles are undoubtedly the two hottest regions in hip-hop at the moment. Listen after the jump.
I fux with this right here. It’s heavy and tingly like a smoker’s day dream. These Left Coasters and Sir Michael Rocks (of the Cool Kids) created something really distinct by joining up and it needs to continue. They were knocking at the door and someone let them in at the right time. Check the video after the jump.
Whatever this new project turns out to be from Casey Veggies, it will play well in the party-bro frat houses. It has a trace of the strip club snap-and-drop and some of Yay area funk that pries it out of the obscene. Listen to “Backflip” after the jump.
New joint from Mr. Veggies and King Chip on a drippy saxophone track that sounds like eighties homage meets sitcom camp. Chip and Casey create real chemistry on their paired verses. From the The Sparks Foundation’ Forever Madness The Randy Savage EP. Hat tip to NahRight. Stream after the jump.
Rockie Fresh and Casey Veggies release the second offering from their forthcoming Fresh Veggies EP, the Rob Halladay-produced “Celebrating Life.” Another encouraging preview of what’s to come when the full project drops on December 16.
West Coast meets the Midwest on December 16 when Rockie Fresh and Casey Veggies drop their joint EP, Fresh Veggies. Here’s the first offering from the project, entitled “Sacrifice,” which includes a vocal sample from Meek Mill. Never realized how much these two guys sound like each other until now. Twist up that holly and be on the lookout for this next month.