Looks like 16-year old Chief Keef out of Chi-Town is on the verge to blow. What more do you need than a Kanye West co-sign?
Chicago rapper Chief Keef has already built a solid following in the Midwest, but Kanye West gave him a national platform when he decided to remix the 16-year-old’s hit “I’ Don’t Like” for G.O.O.D. Music. Still, a co-sign from ‘Ye is only the beginning, as Keef is now being courted by Birdman and Cash Money Records. Continue reading
Meet Roxy Ferrari and Nicky Bricks. They’re more than just cute in the face. Artsy, stylish and bossy with flows… you’re sure to take a liking to the duo otherwise known as Vicious Bunny.
The group, who met each other while working on N*E*R*D’s “Hot-n-Fun” video, name Missy Elliot, Madonna and No Doubt as some of their main musical influences. However, their style is nothing short of unique. Get used to them.
VB’s debut single “Kill Bill” hit the internet Tuesday, and it’s a sure one to get the people going. Don’t say we never put you up on anything.
Want to learn more about VB? Check out the full interview on GetHypeOnline.
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NO U AINT RADIO has love for 50 Tyson. Although many people thought internet sensation 50 Tyson would only have 15 minutes of fame, he might be making a run for his buck.
50 Tyson has been making moves lately including a new video “Don’t Know How To Dougie But I Know How To Diddi,” and performing for a full audience in a D.C. nightclub.
The autistic rapper who made a huge hit with his youtube videos, has dropped two singles now and is currently accepting inquiries to perform in your cities local night clubs.
Peep the videos below to see 50 Tyson perform live and his new music video.
50 Tyson – “Don’t Know How To Dougie But I Know How To Diddi”
Story by: HipHopWired
No U Aint Radio wanna introduce you to J. Cole is a southern gentleman who hails from Fayetteville, North Carolina. At once a freestyling beast with the accent to emphasize his experience, he proved himself a formidable member of the rap movement, namely by introducing himself to the game with The Come Up after graduating college in 2007. It didn’t take long for the masses to latch onto this return of supreme rap. In particular, Jay-Z was impressed with Lights, Please and J. Cole went on to flex his chops on the veteran’s latest effort the Blueprint 3 on the track A Star Is Born. Continue reading
It’s not too often that an artist comes around who has it all. The looks, the vocals, the personality….a well wrapped package. Let us be the first to introduce you to DeJuan Turrentine. A 20-something year old talented actor, writer, producer, vocalist (need we say more?) who is on the verge of becoming the next big thing. If you don’t believe us just pop the hood and check out DeJuan’s video for his single “Bad Habit” starring Reagan Gomez Preston, Jackie Long, Hasson Johnson and Vince Vieluf. What other unsigned artist are putting out videos with an all-star cast? Pay attention!!