618 artist Arn Maley gives a tribute to the night time grind with thier latest song & visuals for “Night After Night” an instrumental inspired by the end scene in “Set It Off” were they speak on the struggles of surviving in the concrete jungle of Southern Illinois. Shot by Vickmont get a glimpse, and give a listen to Arn’s perseption of the world.
Catch Arn Marley open for Hypno Carlito March 25th at the Black Sheep Cafe in Springfield, & making a special appearance at Young Dro’s concert at the Wet Bar downtown Springfield the same night.
New young artist Rich Boii Monte from East St.Louis, talks about the inner city struggles of the 618 in his new single “Hustle” a piano melded testimony released to sound cloud in Spring 2016. Expect more music, shows, interviews, & even videos, coming soon from the Young Rich Boii. Be sure to follow him evverywhere.
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When he left town all he could think about was bettering himself and coming back to spoil the love of his life (but time waits for nobody) She moved on only to be abused by a man that doesnt really want or deserve her but today is the day he comes back to make things back the way they were before he left!!!
Check out Eternity Black’s debut solo video which has been getting a lot of attention since its Valentine Day debut. His next show is Wednesday March 1st at Studio 618 opening up for national recording artist T Rell.
2 Chances to meet and greet the Vice President of the Nerve Djs, with over 10 years in the game working with labels such as Shady Records, Epic, Koch, and Currently Def Jam. Does this mean he’s giving out record deals, more than likely not. Does this mean you can build a relationship and display your talents to somebody who could help you get in the industry yes.
He will be in the St.Louis area Monday Feb. 23rd at Studio 618 809 Saint Louis Ave 62201. For more information text 3146296404.
Tuesday Feb. 24th Big Heff will be be on 90.7 Fm’s Strictly Hip Hop show with Dj Lavish and then to Springfield, Illinois to perform at Bar None for Torch Tuesday for more info or to be apart of this promo opportunity, travel included from St.Louis text 3146296404. @whobeta
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618’s own Mr.Brownswagger, linked up with Kansas City producer Baby Nelson, to create the anthem “Swagger 2 the Max,” which also features an artist by the name 100, and is expected to be released with Browns upcoming mixtape “Strap or Die.”
The song itself features the up tempo 808 snare and string melody and a theme consistent with the featured artist name Brown (Swag) ger , filled with sound effects including a glimpse of auto tune, a Pewee Herman drop, and more.
The video, shot by Eagle Films,shows Brownswagger, at an East St.Louis liquor store, A & S, shows different scenes of them pulling down bottles, and posted up at the local coner store.
At the video’s closing Mr.Brownswagger gives us a glimpse of his newest single “Thot Chick” which I’m assuming is also on the upcoming mixtape “Strap or Die.”
One of my biggest moments of 2012 was one of the 1st. January 12th being able to say I helped bring Oscar winning, Hip Hop Icons 3 6 Mafia to the Gateway to the West and even more dope accidentally having them come on founding member Dj Paul’s Birthday.
The same day I meet the Mayor of East St.Louis Alvin Parks for the 1st time as well at city hall, and was able to hear a lot of advice and wisdom from Memphis Legend Dj Paul.
The concert it’s self was unpredictable tosay the least, just like the weather that day. Most of the winter of 2011/2012 was way above average and the day before the concert, the ratchets were wearing shorts, and the weirdo males were wearing flip flops. The evening of January 11th gave St.Louis its only real ( & out the blue) winter storm that season, with mixture of snow, ice, traffic jams, & head aches.
All in all the truest 3 6 Mafia fans came out, Juicy J’s addiction (ratchets) came out. And of course the most known unknowns were in the building. Juicy J, Dj Paul, &
A very big S/o to Clint Collins, entrepreneur and owner of Studio 618 for giving me the oppurtunity to work with him on such a unreal experience, while not knowing me from a can of paint. This was the 1st of many projects to come.