Video: Nino Khayyam – I Serve The Base

Brooklyn’s Nino Khayyam has been on a roll since releasing his “Cocaine & Caviar” mixtape earlier this year, unveiling eye popping visuals for tracks such as “Movie,” and “F.W.N.” The MCs tunes are equally up to par as his records have been gaining grounded on mix show playlists across the northeastern US. Today, Nino takes his talents to NYC’s Starlets gentleman’s club for his 20 bottle birthday gala in his latest clip for “I Serve The Base.”

Immerze – No Feelings

Continuing his new freestyles series #OFF (Oreo Flow Fridays), Immerze follows up recent releases “Moon Roof” and “Ryder Music” to come through with a freestyle over PARTYNEXTDOOR’s “No Feelings.” Taking on a more aggressive delivery than normal, similarly to that of Travis Scott who was originally featured on the track, Immerze’s comes through with a cold and dark approach to the track.

Velous – Sex And The City @velousmusic

Velous, producer of Kanye’s “All Day” record now leaks his own single titled “Sex And The City”, which of course he also produced. The track was first played by Boi-1da on Drake’s OVO Sound Radio last weekend, prompting Velous to leak the record himself at the behest of listeners. The full CDQ version will be available on “The Disco,” which is slated for release soon.

EMG Music Presents The Power Play Mixtape | @entourage_music

EMG Music Presents The Power Play Mixtape

EMG Music Presents The Power Play Mixtape
EMG Music Presents The Power Play Mixtape

The Toronto duo EMG Music consist of Brother and Sister Duo, “Quota” Female Emcee, Rn’B vocalist “Primo Green” & Lyricist “Snipes”. Currently Nominated for “Mixtape Of The Year” at the Canadian Urban Television HipHop Awards 2015. Voting ends Oct. 16th. You can Vote “Mixtape Of The Year” or “Best Rap Album” right now by clicking here:

Video: Ron Car – Tommy Hilfiger

Ron Car releases a new video for his single “Tommy Hilfiger” from his new mixtape No Love. The young MC takes us back to a 90’s street feel, directly correlating his love of urban music and his success and correlating that directly to Tommy Hilfiger’s rise and fall in urban culture and tying the career arch’s together using the back-drop of his native Pittsburgh.