Footaction recently caught up with Kid Ink for their fourth installment of their Style Means series. With music video director Jessy Terrero behind the lens using the LA rapper’s love for comic books as a backdrop, he shares how his fascination with comic books has affected his style and music. If you missed the first three volumes you can catch them here: Vol. 1: YG, Vol. 2: Hit-Boy, Vol. 3 G-Eazy
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Nore’s first ever Large Pro beat resulted in this banger accompanied by the visual. Was dope to see Prodigy make an appearance. #Queens
I’ve been saying for awhile now that Troy Ave reminds me of early 50 cent. From the melodic hooks, raw street content, aggressive flow and the way he’s determined not to be denied, all reminiscent of when 50 was breaking in. Here’s his visual for “Lord As My Witness” off Bricks In My Backpack 3.
Quick backstory: I’m chilling in the crib one night and the wife tells me some cats are filming a video across the street from us. The song sounded dope, so I go outside, connect with this unsigned artist named Mickey Da Kid. A few days later he sends me the debut video for the song I heard that night. Peep “Want The World To See,” grab the mp3 attached and also check out his mixtape hosted by DJ Superstar Jay, From Crayons To Crowns.
Mickey Da Kid – “Want The World To See” DOWNLOAD MP3
Rap Radar’s Elliott Wilson takes on the subject of Kendrick Lamar in the latest segment of his The Truth series. Lamar’s new album “Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City” has dropped to rave reviews (even drawing comparisons to Nas’ Illmatic), YN sets the record straight on whether the hype is justified.
Really dope documentary on the world famous Beat Junkies DJ crew that LRG put together. With commentary from the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff, A Trak, Q-Bert and Peanut Butter Wolf you get a look at the history of the crew that’s still going strong today. It’s a short documentary about 14 minutes in length, but very informative so check it out.