The HOGDAILY collective is back and on their hustle in their latest offering: the visuals for their single “Money Buys Time.”
House of God Daily is a full-service urban wellness/lifestyle brand that gets busy in the kitchen, and is out in the street slangin’ a few things; nothing illicit, we’re talking alkaline water, healthy eats, and personal training services. HOGDAILY’s founder, Shemesh, took Jay Z’s line “I am a hustler, baby; I’ll sell water to a well,” quite literally when forming the squad, which is made up of Shemesh, his brother Sanne, the personal trainer; his cousin Pey, the cook; his cousin Baba, who does landscaping/maintenance, and serves as the crew’s cameraman; and lifelong friend RazWise, a talented producer and deliveryman.
While Pey is getting things cooking in the kitchen, RazWise and Shemesh are in the lab with that heat. Watch the HOGDAILY crew on their daily hustle in the cinematic music video below.
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Once upon a time, a young Sahtyre found himself sneaking out of the house in the middle of the night to attend the legendary open mic workshop, “Project Blowed.” For a hungry young artist like him, the workshop was a chance to be schooled and surrounded by some of the most legendary masters of the underground, like Aceyalone, Busdriver, and the Freestyle Fellowship. It was there that he started battling much older emcees, winning respect from the older heads when he became one of the youngest rappers to compete and win battles at the tender age of 14; a genuine honor considering some of the incredible talent who rocked the mic.
Sahtyre is still rocking mics, and is still every bit as hungry today as he was at 14. Check out his latest visual, “Forgive Me,” produced by Hippie Sabotage, and premiering via All Def Digital’s The Signal.
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Baltimore native Damond Blue looks to keep the momentum going after dropping his new mixtape “Blessonz.” Getting back to the visuals Damond Blue drops an ode to his city on “Oh Baltimore.” On “Oh Baltimore” Damond Blue describes the hardships that one may face growing up in the tough streets of Baltimore.
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Newcomer Ezra Carr from the Zone 6 side of Atlanta releases his debut single, “Want None,” produced by The prolific Justice League. Stay tuned for his Mixtape the Book of Ezra coming soon hosted by CTE’s DJ Kutthroat.
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His new single release, titled “Leafy,” is full of witty substance. RawwTops also makes it a point to infuse his dynamic personality into his music. In addition to the single, RawwTops also releases another one of his “Squawkingg” webisodes; which opens up with a freestyle.
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Virginia based hip-hop artist/producer Cameron Murdoch & director Tavis Northam provide an authentic audio/visual experience with his debut single “Regular Guy”, an upbeat and jazzy tune featuring melodic whistling from Shepherds & a smooth saxophone solo from Masego.
As a cellist & guitarist, Cameron Murdoch provides a brand of genuine musicianship and poetic honesty that is shaping up to be the future of popular music. The song “Regular Guy” portrays the plight of dating in the modern era as he reflects on how our generation perceives falling in love.
“Regular Guy” will be featured on Cameron Murdoch’s forthcoming EP, “Prelude to Better” (FALL 2015).
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it’s Indie Wednesday. Time to share your music.
If you’re new to this hip hop blog, check out the rules below and post your music.
1. Everyone is limited to one music post per week. Spammers will be banned.
2. You can post the same song if you posted it the previous week but keep that practice in moderation
3. Converse and dialogue with each other as much as you like. In fact, I encourage it.
Here is the suggested format:
1. Name of the artist:
2. Location (where are you from)
3. Couple of your social links (Twitter and or Facebook)
4. Say something about yourself, hip hop, or anything interesting. It can also be totally unrelated to music. Show us you have a personality.
Post music or videos that can play in the thread please. No download links to your mixtape.
Feel free to post any PICS and GIFs.
Check this: Hip Hop Artists: Post Your Music (8-26-15) –
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There’s two different types of music: music that you as the artist & “your crew” can believe in, & then there’s music that is so unique & captivating, the masses believe in it too. Caleborate, a rising emcee coming out of Berkeley, CA presents to you his latest collective of dope Hip-Hop music, “Hella Good.”
This 12-track project serves as a “victory lap” for Caleborate as he begins the audio journey with tracks like “From The EB With Love” that make it well known what he’s coming for in this game. The subtle, yet heavy-hitting beats that allow Caleborate to convince his listeners of one thing, this LP is indeed a “Hella Good” experience.
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By Uptown Toney
With forthcoming major label debut album, Live & Grow, set to drop in just one month, Inglewood rapper Cassey Veggies lets lose a new single/pre-order from off his LP, entitled “Wonderful.” Produced by Hit-Boy and 1500 or Nothin this fresh cut features Ty Dolla $ign on the hook holding things down as young Veggies.
Take a listen to the track below and pre-order Casey Veggies’ Live & Grow September 4th before it arrives on September 25th via iTunes.
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By Uptown Toney
Since the dawn of the microwaveable music/social media age, many terms like ‘Industry Plant,’ ‘Culture Vulture’ have just been recklessly thrown around by music fans and critics towards artist they feel have came up overnight thought some sort of backroom deal – Raury, Post Malone, Fetty Wap, Chance The Rapper, etc. – or artists they think are using the urban experience and culture – Iggy Azalea, G-Eazy, Zach Farlow, Gwen Stefani, etc. – as their means of success. Now, just because these things are being said doesn’t make them true.
Take 23-year-old DMV newcomer Jay IDK for instance. Many have been putting him in the ‘Industry Plant’ category but if you listen to dudes newest project Subtrap the hype is justified within the music. From beginning to end Jay does a great job on SubTrap meshing street sensibilities with ‘conscious rap’ all while flowing with ease over production by The Glitch Mob, Lo-Fi and Noo$e.
Without prejudice, give Jay’s project a spin and taken a listen to what the young gunner has to offer. Support his art by purchasing Subtrap no on iTunes.
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