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Monday, June 17, 2019

DMoney Martinez (@DMoneyMartinez) - "Different"

Boston rapper DMoney Martinez is fresh off of the release of his latest project, Larry Drip. The rapper's been pushing the project heavily since its release. Early March, he linked up with producer Joe Milly for the "Friends" music video and today, he returns with a new visual off his latest project. Martinez has always stuck out thanks to the variety of styles in his music. "Different" produced by Santalus is a prime example of that. In the video, Martinez serves up a luxurious lifestyle, hangs with pretty women, and flexes his car and money, living up to the song. The video was directed by DMoney Martinez and Martin Cruz and edited by LV Filmz.

Skeatur Jones - "Country Blues"

MAPS LLC/Majestic Jubilee Country Records presents Skeatur Jones "Country Blues" blues and rap is a new innovative sound that's about the take country music to another level.

Sunday, June 16, 2019

LOAD B - "Heavy Bag" (video) | @miccrenshaw @koolchiefrocks

Mic Crenshaw and Kool Chief Rocker are LOAD B (Last Of A Dying Breed), presenting the Das Leune-directed music video for “Heavy Bag”, the new single from their forthcoming album Brink Of Distinction. “Heavy Bag” is the second of two singles produced by Theory Hazit (watch the music video for “Sunlight”), both of which will appear on BOD alongside production from DJ Klavical, DJ Wicked, Prince Elwood Strickland and Trox. Award-winning poet and spoken word artist Kool Chief Rocker was one of three people stabbed in a 2017 hate crime on Portland public transit in which two men died when Rocker came to the defense of two women of color, one of whom was wearing a hijab. Micah was stabbed in the neck but survived. Chicago-born poet and emcee Mic moved to Portland after founding Anti-Racist Action, making him a lead figure in street wars between neo-Nazi skinheads and anti-racist youth in the Midwest in the 80’s and 90’s. Leading bands like Hungry Mob and Suckapunch before establishing his solo career, Crenshaw was 2001’s Portland Poetry Slam Grand Slam Champion, a National Poetry Slam finalist, and was voted Portland’s Best Hip Hop Artist by Willamette Week in 2016. Mic co-founded GlobalFam, a non-profit project to create and maintain a computer center for disadvantaged youth in Burundi. Over 400 people have received free training. Mic also partnered with Education WithOut Borders (EWOB), which supports education, music and art initiatives in Portland and beyond and serves as an umbrella for the local Books For Prisoners chapter and GlobalFam itself. Mic’s last solo release was Earthbound ( “This song and video are about reconciling contradictions,” Crenshaw says. “We aim high but still have to navigate our environments.” Brink Of Distinction is set for a summer release. 

MurdaRich (@murdarichmrg) - "First 48 Baby"

After headlining the Rolling Loud Official After Party, Miami Twin Brother duo MurdaRich release their sophomore single “First 48 Baby” with an infectious, head banging beat and eery piano notes, it instantly catches your attention. The Official Music Video tells the story of The twin’s adapted the concept of the show, First 48, which detailed real-life homicide investigations. The first episode detailed a brutal crime in the Magic City better known as Miami which is the same city that bred the two rappers. MurdaRich details the trials and tribulations in vivid imagery. So why the name MurdaRich? The twin brother’s are Known as MRG Big and MRG Lil but what did that mean, what’s the reference, would people understand? MurdaRich Big says "When someone dies, you forget after a while, but every time you say our name, they live through us everyday!” Their first friend passed away named “Rich” and then their homeboy “Murda”, on the day that celebrates love, Valentines day. Both didn’t see 21, both hood tragedies. This created “MurdaRich”. Be on the look out for more new music and videos from MurdaRich!

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