Luxury Dutch, hailing from the concrete sands of Far Rockaway, NY, Began making music at the age of 9 after the loss of his mother. He soon realized that music had become an instrumental outlet for him to self-express his emotions. His style of music extends deep-rooted from within the heart of the streets and hip hop.
Off the mixtape from the bronx to wall street 2 (greed & lust) the bronx native shows his first visual to the world.
Yt’s newest music video, Tallahassee (http://youtu.be/KGPlYWVmSv8), is an anthem for his hometown, featuring fellow Tallahassee native emcees Mista Kingz and Bane. Directed by longtime collaborator Faba, the video takes an epic scope to capture a broad cross section of the city with vibrant colors, aerial helicopter photography, and a host of cameos from Tallahassee music staples like M Beezy, County Boyz, and members of The Nappy Headz. Known for his work integrating Hip Hop into the classroom where he teaches sociology at Florida State, this video is yet another step in Yt’s movement of uniting the local Hip Hop community through music, education, and service.
Scheme and Beast Factory Films present the official video for La Clika. This is Scheme’s 1st official release in Spanish and English; as he proceeds to bridge the gap between both cultures that raised him.
The video for La Clika showcases Scheme with the support of his city, as well as glimpses of the Mexican culture he is proud and honored to represent. La Clika is a movement; it doesn’t matter where you are, or where you are from. Rep that.
The Spectre performing Slow Down live at the Nouveau Casino in Paris.
Milli Marley returns with another banger produced by fellow HME artist ReeseKool of the Ivy League.
Belgian emcee GUS (a.k.a. the Great UnStoppable) presents the Manu Dewan-directed music video for his I.N.T.-produced new single “Talk It Over”, featuring vocals from Lucinda Slim a.k.a. Nia Saw of Zap Mama and backing vocals from U-Gene. A force on the Belgian hip-hop scene since 1991, GUS first stepped out as an artist alongside talents like Krewcial and Moiano, recording and performing across western Europe. He was the first official recording artist on Belgian label Brick 9000, dropping his solo debut “Word to the Wize” as well as work with his collective DHL. GUS has opened up for De La Soul, The Pharcyde, Black Eyed Peas, Common, The Roots, Bilal, Jill Scott, The GZA, The Game, Xzibit, The Last Poets, Black Star ( Mos Def & Talib Kweli), Tony Touch, Cash Money, Craig David and Beck, and has collaborated with DJ Grazzhoppa, I.L.L., Versatell and more.
The latest new visual off Badio’s revered “#WHATSBADIO” Mixtape, the song “They Think” grabs your attention with his most sincere song to date. The song discusses the realities of chasing his dream despite getting kicked out from his house, lost relationships, and the constant struggle to figure out one’s identity. This isn’t only a story of hardship, but a message to many out there to put aside people’s thoughts of you and continue down that path to success. Adding to the song is an intimate visual that allows Badio to tell a revealing bit about his life to date. The Miguel Sandoval directed video allows Badio to tell his story as he would any friend.