[HOUSTON, TEXAS] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, hip-hop recording artist and producer Jazz Will brings us his latest music video to his single BLACKOUT. In the visual, Jazz Will is having a house party with all his closest friends. Everyone is having a good time, drinking, leanin’, and jamming out. BLACKOUT also features JONO on the track.
Pretty cool facts, Jazz Will embarked on his musical career in his early twenties while attending Southern University on an athletic scholarship. In 2012, while on the road playing for the Harlem Globetrotters, Williams created the moniker “Jazz Will” and recorded/produced a song called “In My Zone.”
If you’re diggin’ BLACKOUT, you gotta check the rest of Jazz Will newly released nine track EP entitled 7 Straight To Heaven. The EP fails to disappoint further cementing Jazz Will’s arrival and imprint in the authentic hip hop culture. Be on the lookout for more content coming soon from Jazz Will.
[DMV – DC AREA] Ode Tha Hustla goes on his take of POPPIN by Rico Richie and created his own freestyle to it. Ode Tha Hustla embodies the trap lifestyle by presenting the people hating on him cause they don’t got their money situations taken care of and the means of how he earns his money. Throughout the visual you see Ode Tha Hustla counting money, smoking blunts, performing on stage at what looks like Block Party, and seating in the passenger side of a convertible. POPPIN FREESTYLE was shot and edited by the visual Powerhouse @Muhammad_flylee. It was impossible for Ode Tha Hustla to pass on this beat because of how dope it sounded. With Rico Richie’s track he goes in how you need haters to know you’re doing something right. I feel Ode’s is more catchy than Rico’s. Currently, Ode Tha Hustla is working on his mixtape Sellin Dreams which is set to release the first quarter next year (2016). But in the meantime, he set to release his original single title MO MONEY. [LINKS] TWITTER || INSTAGRAM || SOUNDCLOUD ||
It’s been a minute since we’ve posted anything from Yuh Boy 85! But I do got to say I’m really happy to bring you his first music video LIGHTS LOW from his upcoming mixtape OVERDOSE. Yuh Boy 85 mixtape is set to release Mid May this year. LIGHTS LOW is about the positive events that can occur in life with enhancing substances and no judgement between both parties involved. Visuals were shot by and directed by @flowercoptv. At the end of the video, Yuh Boy 85 opens you’re eyes when it comes to a statistic on abuse on these enhancing substances. EVERY YEAR 150,000 people aged 13-24 overdose on drugs. Don’t become a victim of THE OVERDOSE.
With all that’s going on in the world today, some of our emcees have decided to speak out on things in their lyrics. First Kanye West with his Yeezus album, and now a fellow Chicago emcee, Neak. The colorful and vivid visual depictions of Neak’s lyrics come to life courtesy of Aaron Perkins Jr of APJ Films. Rocking with his main main/partner/producer Slot-A, Neak spits that real about how impressionable our youth remain. Popping molly while busting it wide open and making it rain might be what you do, but…
What about the kids, now that they want to try it? Welcome to social awareness in 2013.