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Monday, February 6, 2023

BlackLiq x Ohbliv - "Rhyme" (Video)

"You know you love this music game when you find yourself outside at 5AM in 30 degree weather to shoot your latest music video"

That's just what he had to do in order to bring this video for "Rhyme" from his new project with producer ohbliv "What Will It Take" into your life. This is the result of hard work by any means necessary, told straight through the ice cold camera of BCMusic1st and the heart of BlackLiq....all in the name of "Rhyme." Enjoy this latest offering from the EP "What Will It Take" with other Richmond, VA native and producer Ohbliv. The project is out now on Man Bites Dog Records at Bandcamp, sold out on 7 inch lathes but CDs and tapes are still available. The EP is also streaming on all DSPs.

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Saturday, February 4, 2023

Tyler Loyal - "Back In Dat Mode" (Video)

Balt Getty - "80s Crack Baby" (Animated Mixtape)

Balt Getty presents the animated music video for his "80s Crack Baby" mixtape, produced entirely by Balt and featuring shoutouts from DJ Premier, Scott Storch and Kanye West. The artist, DJ, producer, award-winning actor, director and Purplehaus founder born Balthazar Getty is the son of German artist Gisela Getty and John Paul Getty III. Balthazar entered the mainstream via his role in 1990's Lord Of The Flies, going on to star in David Lynch classics like Lost Highway and the 2017 resurrection of Twin Peaks. Countless DJ gigs around the globe and a string of Purplehaus releases featuring everyone from rap legends Wu-Tang Clan to Latin superstar Asdru Sierra set the stage for the 2018 introduction of his animated alter ego Balt Getty, which first appeared on single “Porsche” (watch the music video) followed by “Retail Therapy”, which attracted Riff Raff for its official remix (Spotify)Balt's silver-haired, gold-grilled, face-tattooed animated avatar takes center stage in the "Crack Baby" video, which comes on the heels of Balt's self-directed music video for "Ugly" (Youtubeand "Sad Boy" (Youtube)"We set out to create the first ever animated mixtape," Balt says about his new project. "The theme is anod to growing up in The Bay during that era."

Three Chillers (Copywrite, Awol One & Kount Fif) ft. DJ Hoppa - "Ain't No Rules" (Prod. by Kount Fif)

Be home by the time street lights were on. Don't eat yellow snow. Look before Crossing. You may have heard these things either mentioned in passing or screamed in your direction depending on who was the aurator. Certain kids sold the other kids flashlights, so they could be out way past the last flicker of the sun. What the kids with the flashlights might have come across, were other kids with candy cigarettes, a boombox blasting out rhymes like "Let the Funk be your guiding light," and "Some got some, I got Nun, like a devout Priest," "Words hurt like the quiet of silence," then "Lord help me not care about the opinion of strangers," and finally that scratch hook "Ain't no rules for this shit called life," which rattles in your head.

Time passes and you find yourself jaywalking, jumping the turnstile in the subway station, touching hot stoves and wearing white way past labor day. Friend, you listened to Three Chillers "Ain't No Rules" and your life is never gonna be the same. This message was brought to you by Three Chillers who are Copywrite, Awol One and Kount Fif. Scratches provided by DJ Hoppa. Three Chillers full album coming this fall on Man Bites Dog Records.

Thursday, February 2, 2023

$lick - "Get Get Go" (Video)

Colorado emcee $lick presents the Wiz Kelly-directed music video for "Get Get Go", the 2and2-produced single from $lick's new album Put It Together. The 22-year-old Denver native has been making what he describes as "thinking man's music" for two years, and takes his inspiration from underground greats like Dilla, Madlib, DOOM and Ghostface Killah. The "Get Get Go" clip comes on the heels of visuals for previous single "Let Me Be" (watch the video on Youtube). He says his new single is "a storytelling demonstration of certain hard decisions that have to be made in order to survive in impoverished situations, and the seven sins that accompany."