TGIF! We've got some great new music lined up for you, including a new video from Buffalo's very own, Chae Hawk.
I don't know about you, but I'm so sick of hearing about the Donald Sterling fiasco. If you take into account this man's history of blatent disregard for minorities, the whole situation really shouldn't suprise anyone (I personally find an 80 year old man named Sterling NOT being a bigot to be infinitely more perplexing).
So, if you're anything like me, you should forgo the TV/radio this afternoon, and #vibewithus to some free music!
Big K.R.I.T. - MT. Olympus
As promised, Big KRIT released the first single from his upcoming album, Cadillactica, this week after reaching 500K followers on twitter. Krit snaps on this track, as he weighs in on the currents state of affairs in rap, and his place in it. He even takes time out to respond to Kendrick's "Control" verse in which he was mentioned: "What's good for for hip-hop may not be good for my soul." This track four minutes of fire and has been trending on Twitter all week, so if you haven't heard it yet, check it out and see what you think.
Chae Hawk x Nameless - Nickel City Bounce
Chae Hawk, one of the Buffalo's hardest working hip-hop artists, put this video out earlier in the month. It's a remix to Schoolboy Q's "Man of the Year" with a 716 twist. Nameless, an up and coming group from Niagara Falls, is also featured in the video, as well as some nice shots of our beatiful city.