Midwest taste maker Dj Whobeta is inviting St.Louis & the entire Midwest to travel throughout Central Illinois this summer, as we make stops in Springfield, Peoria, & more for interviews, meet & greets, & a performance headlined by Big Lou Thursday July 28th. For more info contact Dj Whobeta @ 3146296404 or Big Lou.
Check out the colorful visuals for the summer time love anthem, “Come Over” by The Internet with lead vocalist directing for the 1st time, as she tries to get the attention of the girl next door, does she get her? Watch below, & be on the look out for The Internets new album HIVE MIND out 7/20.
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J.Prince, Founder of legendary record label Rap A Lot records & 1 of the most feared men in hip hop was on Trl with Sway to discuss his new book The Art & Science of Respect, & deading the recent beef between Drake & Pusha T.
Sway brings up a not so funny prank phone call from 2006 with the daily shows Roy Wood Jr, that made him feel he was banned from Houston. Watch the clip below.
In Houston in 2006, I tried to prank call J. Prince, CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records. We had a conversation that made me not only leave the studio but also the city of Houston. A thread….
— Roy Wood Jr- Ex Jedi (@roywoodjr) June 4, 2018
Vinal Luciano has never been one to shy away from bringing his real life to his music. The Illinois native does more of the same with his latest release “Growing Pains”. Enlisting the help of Twenty One Seven Studios to bring his vision to life, Mr. Luciano sheds light on his thoughts about everything from his children, to his failed relationships with his cohorts. Sporting a video in video look “Growing Pains” could easily find itself as one of 2018’s breakout singles.
Illinois rapper, Homicide the Hooligan is known as a punchline rapper and his latest releases don’t do a single thing to change that narrative. On his “Timmy Turner Freestyle” he raps, “You either selling white or selling green/or a nightmare trying to sell a dream” and “Nobody” finds the young OG spewing street wisdom like, “Main motto/Fuck everybody, trust nobody/You caught a body leave no witness/No body”. If punches in bunches is what you’re used to look no further than these brand new singles.
Growth is a process. As Illinois rapper, Vinal’s journey through life continues, as does the maturation of his music. Taking a deeper look into his past and present and giving an honest account is what happens on his new single “Growing Pains”. Reflecting on everything from former friends to the image he portrays to his children, Vinal keeps it as real as it gets.