When this song first released, I was expecting a little bit more from JT and Jay-Z, but it’s grown on me quite a bit. I wish more people would do lyric videos like this for when I’m doing karaoke by myself.
If you know anything about online piracy, you probably know about The Pirate Bay. This new documentary will look into the lives of the founders, and their ongoing battle with the entertainment industry. I’m stoked to see it.
KC artist, Mac Lethal, just dropped this new video that touches on a few recent topics. It’s pretty dope to watch him make the instrumental at the beginning.
This is possibly one of the dopest forms of recycling I’ve ever seen. Artist, Pedro Reyes, got a whole gang of weapons that were scheduled to be buried, and turned them into working musical instruments. He put together 50 instruments in total, and here’s a few for you to check out.
Our friend, Matt Easton, just dropped another music video for a song off his most recent mixtape. This one is called “Kryptonite”, and is on a little bit more of a serious note than the last video. The song was produced by Matt, and he also composed the piano arrangement. Enjoy.
Our friend G-Eazy was recently here in Lawrence while on the Excellent Adventure Tour. With the help of Connor Hays, we put together this video as insight into his live performance, as well as a preview for his upcoming album, Must Be Nice, that drops tomorrow. Make sure you click that 1080p quality on the video.
Terry Crews is back in a new Old Spice commercial. These never cease to amaze me. In this commercial, Terry uses his muscles to make some music. Check it out.
Chris Breezy just dropped this new track featuring Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa, and I must say I’m feeling it a lot. It’s been awhile since I’ve heard a track from Chris Brown that I personally enjoy. Stream after the jump.
How epic of an intro to a music video is that? This video features Converse’s 3 newest artists, The Gorillaz, Andre 3000, and James Murphy. I need an Andre 3000 solo record on the double.