Haddy Racks takes 50 Cent and Havoc’s QB classic to the Bronx as he re-imagines “Fully Loaded Clip”, as featured on the “Rackateering” mixtape hosted by DJ Kay Slay.
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On his sophomore album, Queens emcee Eff Yoo lays it all on the table as he welcomes listeners into his life through a clever combination of innate technical skills and brilliantly weaved narratives. On “The Eff Word”, those elements help shape the entirety of the album, a fully realized and engaging listening experience produced by rising Chicago producer, Rediculus. Full of intricate, story telling themes, the LP boasts features from artists such as Big Noyd, The Audible Doctor, Airon Azure, G.S. Advance, Skanks and Spit Gemz.
Purchase Eff Yoo’s “The Eff Word” via iTunes here: [Purchase Link]
Check out two of the album’s visual treatments below:
“The Eff Word”
“God Hates Me”
Whether or not you’re a man or woman of God, we all face moments in our lives where we put our personal faith in question. That goes for whether it’s a particularly trying time or a situation where doing the wrong thing seems right. Either way, anyone can relate to the core feelings of Eff Yoo’s stirring new video, “God Hates Me”, featuring The Audible Doctor and Airon Azure.
The story here is a chilling one that centers on a priest, portrayed by the Queens rapper, battling personal demons that stem from a decision to murder the man who killed someone close to him. Eff even goes so far as to kidnap the murderer (portrayed by The Audible Doctor), all the while riding around and questioning himself with Azure seemingly as his conscience.
The video is directed by both Eff Yoo and New Jersey’s Skrewtape, a multi-talented artist who has previously worked with Mr. Green and Miilkbone. And here, he’s taken the message of “God Hates Me” and turned it into a suspense/horror short-film.
“The Eff Word” LP, which also boasts features from Big Noyd and Spit Gemz, is now available for stream and download through iTunes and all major digital retailers and can be purchased on CD via Platformz Records.
Purchase “The Eff Word” here: [Link]
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Join rising artist Yo Mans Tay as he sets out on a quest for “The Top Spot”, his first release after taking a hiatus from the music scene. Produced by Maso5068, the Detroit native pens a record that focuses on past failures and how he is now honing in on using them as motivation to press forward with new found inspiration. We’ve all experienced a similar situation to Tay’s at least once before, so alot of us will be able to relate. Check out Yo Man Tay‘s “The Top Spot” today.
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Taiyamo Denku muscles his mission statement across to all emcees, young and old, in the Famous Motion Film‘s directed “I’m Here To Stay” video. All rhymes and no gimmicks best describes Denku’s approach here, with New Jersey beat miner Nick Wiz presenting an epic instrumental that loudly screams out real Hip Hop in a strong nineties fashion. In the video, Taiyamo does what he does best, busting ill verbs and getting you to feel his subject content while DJ RichardGriecoSuave finishes the track with precision cut scratches. Say what you like but one thing’s for sure; with releases like this, the Milwaukee lyricist is definitely here to stay for a long time to come.
“I’m Here To Stay” can be on Taiyamo Denku’s “If I Did An Album With Nick Wiz” album, featured below.