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Garden State Hip-Hop Premiere: Parker Caexar of OFFTOP Releases The Music Video For “Honcho”

Posted: June 29th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Articles, Independent, Spotlight, Videos | Tags: , , | No Comments » Rapper Parker Caexar, an Atlantic Highlands native, gives us a glimpse of his endlessly entertaining world (or, at least, what he imagines it to be) in the new video for his single “Honcho,” which came out earlier this year on his second EP, “JOINTS.” The video, directed by Peter Noon, features what appears to be a typical day in the life of Parker, with cameos from his friends and colleagues, who band together to make Caexar’s illusions of grandeur a reality. Riding in convertible Read more

Solo For Dolo Wants Wack Rappers To Step Aside With His New Music Video For “Don’t Rap!”

Posted: June 28th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Independent, Videos | Tags: , | No Comments » My brother from another mother, Solo For Dolo releases the music video for "Don't Rap!" The music video is a reflection of his rap career and dedication to the underground. It blends footage from live shows, road trips, studio sessions, and other random bullshit. "Don't Rap!" is an original song produced by Solo For Dolo. "Some only do it for the money, some only do it for the time," raps Solo. Bringing it back to basics is a common theme in his music. In the modern hip-hop climate it seems as Read more

Rapper, Devine Carama Creates A College Course At The University of Kentucky & Releases An EP With Students

Posted: June 26th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: EPs, Independent, Stream | Tags: | No Comments » I met Devine Carama a few years ago at a concert produced by E.M. Theories. His live performance was moving and thought-provoking. Since then, the Lexington, Kentucky native has continued to improve his resume in the music business. Recently, he joined forces with associate professor Bryan Hains to teach a hip-hop and community development class at the University of Kentucky. How dope is that? The four week course was titled Lyricism & Leadership: Hip-Hop & Community Change . To end the course Read more