Atlanta’s viral dance kings, Motion Sickness³ create a new piece to the tune of California’s own Casey Veggies. The “Atlantafornia” concept came from the diversity of Motion Sickness themselves. The five members were born in opposite edges of the country from Inglewood, California to Wilmington, Delaware and as they came together to form this legendary group, they wanted to emphasize the fact that Atlanta culture is influenced by people from everywhere. This video gives a high-energy feel to a soon to be classic track and keeps the torch burning for the most influential dancers in Atlanta.
Casey Veggies releases a new track today titled “Fuck Witchu”, produced by Terrence Clayton, from the new album “Life Changes” that drops on January 22nd.
After celebrating five years of groundbreaking music and events, Brooklyn indie powerhouse Fool’s Gold Records puts a giant exclamation point on 2012 with the release of their highly anticipated rap compilation Loosies on December 18th.
Fool’s Gold co-founders A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs bring their unique DJ sensibilities to the album, which the two have curated over the course of this year. Who else could bring Juicy J, Jim Jones, Flatbush Zombies and El-P together over a beat from A-Trak and Flosstradamus? Loosies features original music from the label’s very own rap phenomenon Danny Brown and latest signee GrandeMarshall, and a who’s who of new school kings and fresh talents from across the country. Get familiar with Gita, World’s Fair, Roach Gigz and more upstarts who bring an awesome and diverse element of surprise to Loosies’ 22 tracks.
Casey Veggies flowing as only he can over a peerlessly funky Chuck Inglish beat on “Sauna,” available on the Fool’s Gold compilation Loosies, out December 18th
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.
Produced by Chuck Strangers, Casey Veggies lets loose a track that didn’t make the cut for his upcoming project.