Footage from k-os’ time with The Roots the other night on Jimmy Fallon. Stupid dope indeed. Via StupidDope:
The Canadian MC known as K-os returned to the game recently with a brand new album, and followed that up with a dope performance at the Jimmy Fallon set. Today we get footage of his performance, where backed up by The Roots, K-os ran through his track “Try Again”.
K-os is no stranger to the stage, and showcased his talents rather well while being backed by The Roots, showing off his lyrical abilities, his songwriting skills, and more.
Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Based on what’s been ‘leaked’ and his 10 year track record I think it’s safe to say this Marco Polo album is gna be pretty tight.
With the fifth and final leak before Marco Polo drops his highly-anticipated free-LP, Newport Authority 2, Marco states “I did a remix for “Stand Up” off the brand new Adrian Younge presents The Delfonics project (who am I big fan of, y’all should cop anything he’s a part of.) Adrian sent me the album early and I made this beat. Tragedy was originally gonna lay down one verse on this on some freestyle sh*t, but once I started hearing his bars I refused to let this be a one verse song! Three verses later and appropriate hook by Slap aka Fizzy Womack aka Lil Fame we have the “Stand Up” remix. Tragedy will have an alternate version of this song on his upcoming album as well. Now please enjoy the final leak from Newport Authority 2!”
Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
We posted the visuals a couple months back but now the audio is finally available for Stephen Murray (k-Os, Travis McCoy, Doc McKinney, Nelly Furtado, Kelis, Shawn Hewitt.) aka Phen Ray’s debut single “Some 1″.
Dot Boys Movement is proud to present “Don’t Stop,” the 3rd single and 2nd video release off of Price`s sophomore mixtape “No Boundaries,” hosted by DJ Statik Selektah. Price teams up with international producer J.D Beatz from England for this record that is bound to get the crowd bouncing, along with his quotable lyrics that are relatable to anyone on their grind. With his rapid lyrical ability, he touches on personal aspect of his life, such as life as a professional athlete, his determination and attitude towards his critics. “Don’t Stop” is the key to success and Price is sharing it with the masses in his new anthem.