Monthly Archives: February 2014

Clyde Shankle – Alieve [PROD. By Vercetti Lake]

Berkeley, California-lyricist Clyde Shankle brings his fans new music in the form of a record titled “Alieve.”

This is the second track off his forthcoming EP.

Twitter: @ClydeShankle  @VercettiLake

Sole Interview W/ Mr. Get Your Buzz Up

The man Spin Magazine has called an “indie-rap icon” Sole, best known for founding Anticon Records, has an honest conversation with Getyourbuzzup. He discusses the “Death Drive” he and DJ Pain 1 are releasing, the revolutionary way they are funding and releasing it, and he gives insight into the independent grind. This type of insight from a DIY rap veteran is hard to come by, but GYBU is bringing it to you exclusively.

“Be a part of DJ Pain 1 and Sole’s album: Donate to their project and receive the album, clothing, producer kits and much more.” http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/deathdrive-by-sole-dj-pain-1

KB – 100 Feat. Andy Mineo

This is the music video for Reach Records emcee KB’s “100” feat. Andy Mineo. His EP 100 drops on March 4.

Twitter: @KB_HGA

Willis Brook – On The Road 2 Philly (Vlog)

R.ichard Oasis – #Indecisive

R.ichard Oasis. first single “#Indecisive” which hails from his forthcoming project “My Democracy On TV”; (Date TBA).

SneakerBox Chock – “Intro/Today”

SneakerBox Chocks’s Album “Because of Yesterday” dropped 2/25/14 on i-Tunes.

UFO Fev – “Road To AMW (Part 1)”

Orlando Jones – “Thug Music Vol. 1”

Orlando Jones (Star Of Fox’s Hit TV Show Sleepy Hollow) Releases His First Music Video “Thug Music Vol. 1- Play At A Maximum Level”.

AWKWORD – “Whose Streets?”

One of my “Top 22 Artists & Producers To Watch For In 2014” is back with something new, peep it!

Souls of Liberty – “Future Millionaires”

Independent duo, Souls of Liberty turn up the grind with the release of their free album, “10,000 Hours” approaching in March. “Future Millionaires” is a autobiographical look into the lives of Ryan Escobar and Tenelle Donta on their mission to takeover the St. Louis music scene and, of course, their first one million dollars. Ryan Escobar makes his official directorial debut alongside Semir Dergic.