Stat Quo, (formally of Shady/Aftermath) and Bobby Creekwater (formally of Shady Records) put together a new album called “FUPM Is The Future”. The first video from the project is entitled “New School Old School” and this joint has a cool 90’s vibe with an Organize Noise type feel to it. Since I am a big fan of 90’s hip-hop, I am feeling this song! While listening to the new album I was instantly grabbed by the track “Blast Off”, one of the dopest songs I’ve heard in a long time. Hat’s off to Bobby Creekwater and Stat Quo for putting together a dope project.
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I remember when my SWATTeam brother Ralph C engineered a session with me, KountryBoi Slimm, and Grip Plyaz back in the days called “A-Town”. Grip been around for a long time, it’s good to see that he is still pursuing his dream for the love of hip-hop. I had to show bruh some support and post this interview on The Martacard Report. S/O to Young Jack Thriller and ThisIs50 for this cool interview. That “Ray Lewis” song is nice, I hope to hear it soon on rotation in the clubs and radio. Peep out the interview below….
While being interviewed by Synergistic Productions about talking about his upcoming solo album entitled “Girl Power”, and his recent performance of the song “Amy” on The Voice, Adam Levine walks by and slaps Ceelo Green on his butt. Then Adam says “When you see a sweet ass you gotta slap it”
What do you think about this new song and video The Monster by Eminem featuring Rihanna? This video was released yesterday Dec 16th 2013, and it already has over 3 millions views on YouTube. Eminem has a huge fan base, but is this song really that dope?
Beyonce and Jay Z dropped a new video to close out 2013 and the song is going to be an instant hit. Drunk in Love, a song from The Visual Album is a nice club banger. Beyonce looks very appealing in this video. Jay Z enhanced the song with a dope verse. Overall, I like this song and video!