Making his return on NikkiSiixx.com we have Pennsylvania Artist by the name of Dubby of Team LoKo, with his latest visual to his second single ORACLE ARENA. Off his recently released album Heart & Havoc. The album is definitely worth a listen, but lets get back to the track. ORACLE ARENA is a song of a love lost, with references to a bunch of basketball references. (Hence Basketball Location for Visual) Dubby expresses his anger knowing he lost a girl he was in love with due to his own stupidity. The visuals are simple and clean, while Dubby showcases his lyrics on the court. Make sure you keep an eye out on Dubby, he’s busy making moves like getting featured on The Source. Don’t forget to check out his album Heart & Havoc, I highly recommend it.
[HARLEM, NEW YORK] Hip-Hop Artist SM released his latest visual RAISEDONMXB straight off the MalcomXBlvd EP. SM vision was taking us to the basketball courts in Harlem. Where we see a young teen boy playing basketball by himself. SM joins the kid in a fun game of one on one. RAISEDONMXB was directed by Throw Down Films. MalcolmXBlvd EP was mixed by Juro “Mez” Davis and Andrew Krivonos. Mastered by Mark B. Christensen. Produced by Seco Scott, Jay B., DJ Naydee, Majestic Drama, Tone P., and Feb 9. Scratches by DJ Mel B EZ. Additional vocals by Rey Fonder and Danay. At the end of the video SM gives the kid his kicks. I had to ask SM what’s the significance to him doing this in RAISEDONMXB?
SM: It was to motivate the kid. Show him that it meant more to me for him to have it then for me to have them. Looking out for the youngin’s.
GhostWridah releases his latest visual titled BUCKETS off of his LP Flu Game. Miami artist takes off to NYC and collaborates with video director Dan Landue, the visuals are dope! A kid living in the city and takes it to the streets to practice and improve his basketball skills. Working on drills and shots on the basketball court. GhostWridah raps on top of the roof overlooking the city in
the far background.
Don Cannon and I recently had a life altering discussion about hip hop, and how I should play my part to continue pushing the genre forward…” –GhostWridah
NBA tips off season with five games on Christmas Day
By NBA official
Posted Dec 2 2011 1:42PM
NEW YORK — The NBA today announced that the league’s 66th season will tip off Christmas Day with a five-game slate, contingent on timely ratification of the new collective bargaining agreement.
What other way do you think it’s possible to celebrate the return of NBA? By introducing you to the Miami Heat’s Anthem Dominate by Art Morera, featured on his mixtape 12:00AM. Production on DOMINATE is from Alphabeat (Grammy-Nominated Multi-Platinum Engineer/Producer).
Art Morera truly brings the music to life with his inspirational, motivated, and basketball references. His word play is right on point and his vocals are fresh! Art brings up NBA legend Michael Jordan, with the 2-3 reference in the beginning of his third verse Who? ME! The equivalent to the 2 3. The one that can jump and dunk from where you shoot frees. Kept leaping ’til he grew wings, won the championship and came home with a new ring. Also, mentioning top NBA players like Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and even Kobe Bryant.
I can definitely see DOMINATE playing at The American Airlines Arena, when the Miami HEAT are minutes away, about to win The Finals. Even on EA sports, ESPN, in commercials, this song has endless possibilities.
Now, No one ever said It was going to be easy
No one ever said It was going to be easy
But when I make a move I’ma DOMINATE, Ima DOMINATE, Homie Ima DOMINATE [x2]
Let me know what you think?! Comment Below: Did Art Morera DOMINATE?