The Cult’s Jeffreaux dropped his EP a little while ago and I’ve been meaning to post it. After seeing his energetic performance with the group at the Native Spring 13 Release show there was no way I could for get to post it. All the music on this EP is
Clay Coffey croons on the hook as the homie DG spits some inspirational bars for the underdogs. Life’s Journey threads from head to toe in this one. I’m not mad at that.
I am extremely late on the post but look out for my dude, Kiddo. This is the first post for him on PIDV but it certainly won’t be the last. His next solo project should be dropping sometime soon. Stay tuned right here for more info on that.
I don’t have much to say about this video expect for the fact it is seriously one of the best videos I have seen in a while. Check out the description from Hypebeast below. “Equal parts Grand Theft Auto and The Transporter with a dash of hi-tech fantasy, the music
6th release from Qualmes “Direct Deposit” payroll themed calendar. New music will be released every 1st & 15th on www.Qualmes.com. Produced by Coopac @Coopacshakur.
CDTC=Capo Di Tuti Capi. The fifth official project from Tampa artist $lade, features production by Lexiss Cartanya, Van Tha Wilder, Wes Tarte, Jon Bap & Kyduh Beatz…FDM 140. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Qualmes reaches to Ohio native Cashmere D for this hellasmooth track deserving of a glass of only the finest cognac. It’s the fifth release from the “Direct Deposit” payroll themed calendar. New music will be released every 1st & 15th on www.Qualmes.com. Make sure to follow these two on Twitter
Yonas Michael flips a classic song by N*E*R*D and puts a new twist on what an impromptu video really is.
The homie Playcold flows over a smooth from Lexington producer BTooCool in dedication to Bun B and the late Chad Butler. If you appreciate a nice, chill vibe, this is one you definitely need to download.
Cha$e drops the visuals for one of my personal favorites off his mixtape Golden Army. By this time you should know what to expect when you see a Cheer$ Club video. Dope visuals and something that will make you want to get fly. Watch and enjoy.
As if the god Chaz Budnick aka Toro Y Moi could get any more wavier, a YouTube user by the name of cyberhavic attempts to do just that. Toro’s latest album “Anything In Return” has officially been $wamped, which in the hip-hop world would be Chopped & Screwed, but without
K. Dot and Canada’s greatest rapper give the visual treatment to one of the favorite tracks off “good kid, m.A.A.d. city.”