#TBT: “All My Life [Ghetto]” (by Jay Rock)

Jay Rock’s 2008 debut single featuring Lil Wayne and will.i.am is still a classic track. The video also has cameo appearances from then-unknown TDE label-mates, Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul.

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New 6ix9ine Music Video

New video for 6ix9ine’s new song “KEKE” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Fetty Wap… I thought I’d seen it all until I realized what 6ix9ine actually looked like. Now, I’ve seen everything.

Yesterday, I wrote an article about the worst fashion statements in hip hop… I’d like to add 6ix9ine to the list, please.

What do you think of 6ix9ine?

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#TBT: “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” (by Busta Rhymes)

Music video production like this just doesn’t exist anymore… It’s a shame.

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Next Big New York Rap Duo

20-year-old E-Class and his 12-year-old brother, Young Poppa, have grown a strong social media presence rapping as The Hoodies. The two young rappers went viral with a video of them freestyling in a car, racking up over 3 million views within a month.

The Hoodies. “[The name] stems from the stereotype of young minorities in hoodies or kids from a certain area in the world that are viewed as some type of suspicious individual,” E-Class explains. “I feel like our clothes, environment, or things that we had to live through shouldn’t be the cause of our demise or the reason we are harassed or judged. We call ourselves The Hoodies for people like Trayvon Martin who couldn’t live to his 21st birthday.”

 

Last month, it was announced that the duo signed a deal with 50 Cent, rumored to be worth well over a few million dollars, which officially adds them to the G Unit roster.

 

I’m excited to see where rap takes these two. Their chemistry is great, their flow and timing has fantastic give-and-take, and they’re insanely marketable… Two young brothers who can rap like a couple of old-school legends? I could sell that idea.

 

Check out the video from The Hoodies’ performance on Flex Hot 95 below:

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#TBT: “Right Thurr” (by Chingy)

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