Just days before the May 20th release of their much anticipated remixtape, Alpha Male Society (AMSoc) drops the second single from Background Check 2. On My Mind is a glimpse at the inner thoughts of AMSoc members Diablo Archer, Don Digiorgio, and Big Hop with a guest verse from Rapper Big Pooh (formerly of NC hip hop trio/duo Little Brother) over Cartel production. You gotta love this NC HIP HOP
This Dude Is DOPE!! Follow Case Arnold around the streets of his home town, Clarksville, TN, for his newest visuals to his track “Profound Sound.” Case begins winding up the videos for his most recent project “The Myndstate” with one of his most unique visuals yet. This track was produced by none other than 9th Wonder, and the video was again done by Devo Films.
“James Howlett” is Philly artist Gone Wallace’s soulful representation of urban living and progression. Using the mythology of James Howlett (Wolverine), Wallace paints a picture of his struggle to find his place in the music industry. 9th Wonder’s soul-sampled instrumental creates the perfect complement to Gone’s observation of the current nature of hip-hop. This is the second single from Gone Wallace’s High Renaissance II
Murs and 9th Wonder present the Hobo Stew-directed music video for “What Up Tho”, a cut from their new album The Final Adventure, Murs and 9th’s final album together.
Wu-Tang Clan member Masta Killa returns with a highly-anticipated track off his new album “Selling My Soul,” produced by master beatsmith 9th Wonder. Selling My Soul is due out on December 11th.
Franchise and Vinny Radio, also known as The Come Up, are back with the much anticipated album Change Of Plans, presented by MostDope and REMember Music. The long-awaited project from the Pittsburgh duo features the likes of Mac Miller, Casey Veggies, 9th Wonder, Big Jerm, KHRYSIS and more. Check out the video for “Strip Show” featuring Mac Miller here on NHWWW.
20 years ago, UGK (Bun B & Pimp C) released their first full-length album, Too Hard To Swallow. Since the release of their debut, UGK has gone on to influence two generations of MCs; this mini-documentary explores the influence of UGK’s music outside of their home state of Texas.
King of the Trill: Bun B
Documentary by: Sama’an Ashrawi