The homey Thurz just dropped a new video for “Keep Livin’” featuring Jarell Perry off his upcoming album, Blood On The Canvas. Produced by Phonix and DJ Khalil and directed by Super Official, the video is…well…super official. Go head Thurz!
Yee! New freshness from my guy Pinder. TAOD and SNSS fam already know the deal, but if you’re sleeping:
After years of living, months of creating, weeks of preparation and sweeping Internet anticipation, J. Pinder’s “Careless Redux” is finally available for free download. Presented by DJ Skee—of KIIS-LA and Sirius XM fame—the 16 track mixtape is an impressively technical yet emotionally raw journey into the Seattle native’s comings and goings: through the club, through the industry, and through his city. Featuring vocal appearances by Musiq Soulchild, Marsha Ambrosius, Rapper Big Pooh, and Thurz, “Careless Redux” weaves together a wide range of beats from some of the best producers in the game: Vitamin D, DJ Khalil, Kuddie Fresh and Illmind.
Full of rewind-worthy moments, “Careless Redux” has a mood and a mission for every listener. Producers Mel & D and DJ Khalil collaborate with J. Pinder for “King,” an instant head-nodder that begs for a special sort of ride in the whip. On “Float’n,” J. Pinder rises to the occasion of Kuddie Fresh’s heartfelt strings and heartbeat drums, delivering a meditation on hard days and harder work. J. Pinder depicts his world with sharp story telling, polished mic skills and playful punchlines, transforming his world into everyone’s world.
Looks windy. And dope. Props to Derek Pike.
(watch in higher quality on HyphenTV)
As I mentioned, Malice and Pusha T recently made their second appearance on Sound Session, dropping by last month to chop it up with yours truly. We talked extensively about their upcoming Till The Casket Drops album, including breakdowns of their singles with Kanye West, Cam’ron, and Pharrell. They also looked back on their past work, detailed the success of their Play Cloths fashion line, doled out advice to younger artists, and much more.
To listen to the entire interview, including a lot of topics we didn’t include in the video above, peep:
The Thornton brothers are about to drop a 3rd classic album, believe that. Be sure to cop it on Dec. 8th…
So dope. This is how you make a classic record.
Shout to HipHopOfficial for putting together a great piece.
Ahhh, I love ish like this. Just a dope ass beat and 3 ill MC’s [hip-hop slang i hate] going in [/hhsih] over it. Shout to Pac Div, Sean G, and Khalil…
New Rik Cordero visuals for the DJ Khalil produced lead single from Joe Budden, Royce The 5’9″, Joell Ortiz, and Crooked I, aka Slaughterhouse. Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll hip-hop.
I too, am kinda like a big deal. And now I’m off to this Karriem Riggins concert at the Triple Door…holler @ a hyphey.