Video: “Gucci Rag Top” Ft Danny Brown

 |  November 15, 2011

Check out the visuals from Kid Sister’s “Gucci Rag Top (Remix” with a feature from Danny Brown. Pretty cool video concept with the song lyrics echoed in the background, but no Gucci rag tops in the whole video? Regardless Danny Brown kills it with a real unique sound.


Kid Sister & Pharrell Collabo??

 |  August 4, 2008

Chicago-bred MC Kid Sister is making quite a splash recently, after being featured in GIANT Magazine, Vibe Magazine and on the cover of URB. Kid Sis got her first claim to fame after she made a track with Kanye West, entitled “Pro Nails,” which was then featured on Kanye’s “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” Mixtape. She’s since released “Control” and several remixes to both tracks. Her album is due out in October, and she’s teaming up with some great artists and producers for her debut. With friends and family in high places (her cousin is J2K of Flosstradamus and her boyfriend is DJ A-Trak), Kid Sis is set to take over the female hip-hop genre. Word is, she was recently in my hometown, Miami, recording with our very own Pharrell Williams. This would definitely be a good look for both sides, so stay tuned to hear what they come up with. For now, download Kid Sister’s “Pro Nails” below.


Kid Sister – “Pro Nails” 

Nick Catchdubs drops “Slick”

 |  July 28, 2008

l_d861a0dc336a10bf8c530792caba799b.jpgNick Catchdubs, co-founder of Fool’s Gold Records, is blowing up. After handling the mixing duties for both of Wale’s mixtapes, Catchdubs is set to release a mixtape with Timbaland’s new artist, Izza Kizza, tomorrow. Catchdubs is a DJ first and foremost (a dope one at that) and is currently working on transitioning into the production realm. After meeting DJ A-Trak several years ago, they founded Fool’s Gold Records, which currently houses some of house music’s hottest DJ’s, rapper Kid Sister and newcomer Kid Cudi. Catchdubs has consequently aligned himself with some of the best new hip-hop, and is finally making a name for himself in the genre. To commemorate this, he’s released a brand-new promo mixtape, entitled Slick. The mix is 20-tracks long, but in true DJ fashion, has no tracks or breaks. It is simply a 59-minute mix of everything from old to new and from hip-hop to dancehall to electro. Download the mix here and let us know what you think of Catchdubs.   Nick Catchdubs – Slick