Saturday, May 11, 2013
New Mixtape Alert from the A Mission Ending Never Crew Straight outta Philly. A.M.E.N crew members Walker, Chief, Righteous Hyged, and Boohda Bond bring you the 90's rap through classic instrumentals like "Gin & Juice", "Who Shot Ya", and "Changes". The crew depicts real life stories with straight bars.The crew holds nothing back killing every beat with witty metaphors and verses that have to be brought back. DEGENERATE GENERATION is a motion picture on instrumentals that most people growing up in that 90's era could relate to. Do yourself a favor and download "DEGENERATE GENERATION". Follow : @Chief_AMEN @Boohda_Bond @_WalkerAMEN @KRichards_ Sound Cloud : https://soundcloud.com/a-m-e-n Blog : http://themissionneverends.blogspot.com
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Monday, April 29, 2013
Title self explanatory, Uptown Native Superb drops a banger to ride to with "This Is For My Ridahz". Produced By Olly Primo Definitely one to add to the catalog. Stay Tuned Ep "New Beginning" Coming Soon! Enjoy Comment Share & Download!
Labels: Superb - This Is For My Ridahz
Serge is back with his latest offering “Lulu’s Bag of Diamonds” a collaborative EP with Atlanta Producer and fellow #NTer Coopac. “Lulu’s Bag of Diamonds” is inspired by the cult classic film “Paid in Full”. Serge released “Untitled” the first single off of this 6 track project to great reception. Serge - Lulu's Bag of Diamonds Ep
"SUPERMAN IS ALIVE" is what bronx native BOBBY GENERIC is depicting through this latest visual for his track "Characters Welcome" this visual was shot by Lucky Peters from Paid in Gold Ent. In his new black-and-white clip for "Characters Welcome," Bobby Generic raps about being the up-and-coming champion in rap and preparing to win at all cost. Mixed with clips of his idols in the world of movies (Spike Lee), sports (Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali) and music (Michael Jackson), Generic sees himself following in their greatness with a mic in his hand. "To those liars / I'm mo fire / A man no pious / Nigga, I'm a motherfucking live wire / I generate an electric field / Only my flows can kill / I'll rob and steal at any man I deal," he raps.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
AMEN [A. Mission. Ending. Never.] Sno'Dat, first visual off Mission 1: Stand for Somethin' Shot and Edited by Supreme League Media Group Download the Mixtape. Link Below A.M.E.N - Mission 1: Stand For Something
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Hailing from the South Bronx section of New York City, Bobby Generic explodes into the music scene embodying the essence of a true artist. With lyrics depicting the passion and aspirations of a young man, Bobby Generic is able to vividly portray his journey while trying to find his way in a society with more questions than answers.Here's his latest video "Famous Nobody" of his debut Mixtape "Characters Welcome". You can download more of Bobby Generic's music at BobbyGeneric.bandcamp.com Also, make sure you follow him on Twitter,Instagram and tumblr: @BobbyGeneric & http://vivalabobby.tumblr.com/
There has yet been anyone who can describe the term ”Raw Talent” so its my pleasure to introduce to you Donnell Villanueva, professionally know as "Dub". Born and raised in Harlem N.Y.C. with a multicultural background consisting of African American, Chinese and of Hispanic decent. Donnell first inherited his passion for music at the age of 12 from his father Donnell sr. who has had his own aspirations to be in the music business. The investment and exposure of a recording studio sparked a prodigy, self taught in engineering, producing, graphic design and web development. From there this young mogul in the making decided to hone his craft recording music at home with plans to attend college in the future to major in audio technology and engineering. Basically taking stock in his career by choosing trades that suit his path as a lyricist/songwriter. With a punchline flow similar to that of Fabolous and a fashionable arrogance like that of Jay-Z, It's obvious that influence through his music. Who is Dub? Is the question that soon will no longer need answering. This word of mouth phenom with almost a million views on YouTube has a following that is cult creating. Dub obtains versatility and prides on being a perfectionist. This young baby faced rapper plans to take the industry and the ladies by storm. Like most of his peers if it wasn’t music Dub wanted to pursue basketball and standing at 6’5” it was more than possible but he took heights fashion forward and swagger ready to compete. Make no mistakes, Dub has made strides in lyrical combat called freestyle battle and gained respect. Say what you want but Dub has a plan at just 22yrs old and with his father and partners of FMM Music Group. It’s no wonder Donnell's motto is Family, Money and Music; tattooed inspiration. Call him genius, call him talented beyond his years but this humble young man prefers you simply call him Dub.
Labels: DUB - Fate: All I Know
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Been awhile since we’ve heard anything new from the boy Will Smooth, he delivers the follow up to his last project “Damaged”. If you’re not familiar with the Bronx native, look him up on Youtube. Or, just download his new body of work below. Will Smooth – Damaged II [Mixtape]