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Joe Dirrt Delivers “Back on My B.S.” Video

Vetted Hip Hop artist Joe Dirrt releases visuals for his latest single “Back on my B.S.” featuring Rothstein and production by Redwood Productions. In unison with his famed boom bap sound and flow, he lets the world know that he isn’t going anywhere. A decade into delivering eargasm after eargasm, Dirrt is just getting started. Watch the video and connect with Joe Dirrt below. Website: www.joedirrt.com Email: joedirrt75@gmail.com Social Links: Instagram: @joedirrt82 Facebook: @joedirrt82 Twitter: @joe_dirrt Spotify: https://artists.spotify.com/c/artist/1vKkmQmuYcemcaeX8uKyKF/profile/


Kid Problem “Hellcats & Trackhawks” Video (Lil Durk Freestyle)

We Hot Music and Kid Problem present visuals for “Hellcats & Trackhawks” (Lil Durk Freestyle). Representing Jersey, the video displays Kid Problem in front of street graffiti and his adorned car …no gimmicks or distractions for viewers, just bars. Hip Hop heads will appreciate Kid’s animated style and flow while he declares an unwavering focus on money, nothing else can be entertained. He’s been up and continues not to give a f*ck about haters or sideline rappers. Watch the video and connect with Kid Problem below. Instagram: @1kidproblem YouTube: @1kidproblem Read More


Jersey Rapper Kid Problem Delivers “Yeah Yeah” Video

We Hot Music and Irvington, NJ rapper Kid Problem release visuals for his hit single “Yeah Yeah,”  available now on all major platforms. The video, by Cane Green Films, captures the raw emotion and intense energy from Kid Problem. The catchy hook, “Who am I to judge somebody always knew I’d be somebody, I be like finger out the window b*tch yeah yeah” and knocking bass drives the track along with Kid’s cut-throat bars. His moves depict his come up and now focused, Kid Problem has no time for lameness,Read More


RedRum Release “Mark Of Da Beast” Official Video

RedRum release their new single “Mark of Da Beast” produced by Nickel Plated. Although they’re slated on the other side of the Atlantic, they come armed with Queens, BK, and DC roots to deliver a fearing track sure to have folks looking shoulders and sleeping with lights on. Red Eye (Queens), Racks (BK), and Gamma (DC) emerge from darkness and vicious jungles to stamp the mark of da beast across the map, both in the industry and streets. With cut-throat lyrics and terrifying wordplay, the trio inflicts inescapable havoc. “6 million storiesRead More


Righteous Delivers “For the Love” Visuals

Canada’s Hip Hop sensation Righteous releases visuals for his new single “For the Love.” The single/video features Recognize Ali, the late Faith Walker, and DJ Mercilless and is taken from Righteous’ EP titled ‘Be Conscious Of.’ For those not familiar (shame on them) Righteous curates real, raw, feel-good music authentic to Hip Hop and the culture. He does it “for the love” which is evident watching the video. He is from an era of classics, a time when rhymes carried substance…20 years later he can’t be thrown off by gimmicksRead More


J.Waiters “Walk A Mile” Video

R&B sensation J. Waiters and Hip Hop heavyweight John Jigg$ unite for a chilling, air gasping video. “Walk a Mile” is produced by Poetic Killa with video production by Footprint the Movement. While wearing a t-shirt that reads “get your knee off our necks”, J. Waiters sets a gripping scene with raw emotion. The intro speaks volumes of truth that pushes the underlying issue of not knowing what it is to be a black man in America. The duo describes their personal everyday struggles as well as societal struggles. From racism andRead More


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