Just as when your imagination fills up to its potential, there comes along a filmmaker by the name of Ashley Smith. When the record, Devil Is A Lie by Rick Ross ft. Jay Z dropped, the social sphere began throwing their remarks about devil worshiping, illuminati, and etc. That isn’t what Ashley Smith is trying to showcase. Behind every song, you develop an imagination of what the mirror image of that record could display. This film brings such a deeper meaning to what Rozay & Hovito are spittin’.
I discovered this short film, and believe it was only right to showcase it to our readers. Probably one of the best (if you want to make it in blog terms) “fan made” videos I have seen in a minute. Priest Hov is probably my favorite! ha!
Check out Ashley Smith’s wesbite here for more videos and his rendition of Drake’s 5 a.m. in Toronto.
What you think about the video? Let KillerHipHop know below!
by Eric Kidd
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Zeno Jones took time out to follow Big Sean through out his journey of creating the Hall Of Fame album. Its interesting to see exactly what was on Big Sean’s mind while creating his masterpiece and to find out how it all unfolded.
By: KING SHARIF #AKOOLSTORY – @iamkingsharif
Endorsed by Scholarich Music Group and Lyfestyle Clothing, Barbershop Fridays is a new web-series brought to you by Xclusiv Barbershop in Brooklyn, New York.
Barbershop Fridays will showcase what the game has been missing over the years. Topics ranging from hip hop, sports, relationships, political issues, etc. will be covered in a 12 episode web-series. The major problem in reality shows is editing, Barbershop Fridays will visualize the raw conversations you may have witnessed or been apart while getting your haircut. Check out the first episode of Barbershop Fridays right here on allhiphop.com. Topics in this episode are: 2 Chainz being robbed and Kobe v.s LeBron.
KillerHipHop.com & Scholarich Music Group are humbly and honored to announce a brand new online radio show entitled “The One Day Show With DJ Eric Kidd & Friends” on GID Radio. The One Day Radio Show will represent all the hustlers, ambitioners, and the courageous people who want to voice their opinion in the urban world of hip-hop & more.
It’s a life and times show about the culture we live in, the music we listen to, the movies we watch, and the people we admire. With the soundtracks of DJ Eric Kidd, the show will outline the media of the music world, current event topics, interviews with amazing artists, and vibe to amazing tunes.
The show will start on May 20th at 8 pm to 10 pm. It will be streamed live through GID Radio, courtesy of UStream. The show will be available to watch on your smart phone, as well.
KillerHipHop just raised itself to a whole new level!
What was originally supposed to have been a remix to Drake’s latest Platinum single, “Started From The Bottom,” has now turned into another DJ Khaled masterpiece. Khaled brings together Drake, Rick Ross, and Tunechi once again at an attempt to recreate the same magic that exploded on to the radio in 2011 with “I’m On One.”
No New Friends will be on DJ Khaled’s upcoming LP, “Suffering From Success.”
Yesterday, Khaled decided to show off his acting skills, (or lack thereof) by releasing a mini-movie also titled “No New Friends (The Movie.)”
Check out the song below.
Vin Diesel, The Rock, Ludacris and the rest of the crew are back in the latest installment of the Fast & Furious series. The trailer was premiered during the Super Bowl but here goes the official extended trailer featuring Eminem and Royce da 5’9″‘s Fast Lane track. The movie hits cinema’s on May 24th.
The idea of documenting the behind-the-scenes of what really goes on in Hip-Hop and the music industry is very interesting. N.O.R.E. and Geno Sims took that idea and started filming. What you see in this video is NSFW but surely gives you an eye opening of real behind-the-scenes life of a famous rapper during the late 90s/early 00s.
There’s random bits of Big Pun, KRS One, Eminem making crank calls, Snoop Dogg at his most misogynistic, a chubby 50 Cent coveting NORE’s then-new Skytel 2-way pager…There’s Jay-Z and Amil, Capone in prison, De La Soul….and at the 2:25 mark, we see Cam’ron shopping his new 17-year-old artist Juelz Santana to Chris Lighty (RIP) and his staff. Amazing. -Miss Info
By Eric Kidd
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In honor of the Wu-Tang leader’s forthcoming martial arts film – The Man With The Iron Fists – RZA teamed up with The Black Keys for a mean collabo entitled “The Baddest Man Alive.” The cut will be track number one on the movie’s soundtrack. The versatile production is woven together by bluesy guitar, drums, and vocals courtesy of the rocking duo, accompanied by RZA’s menacing flow. This one will definitely have you feeling as bad as Michael Jackson. Read more
The good folks at RealTalkNY were able to catch up with Big Sean and get him to speak about Yeezy‘s new film “Cruel Summer” and the upcoming compilation album. I wonder whose really ready for G.O.O.D. Music this summer?
Props: Nigel D
Blogxilla: Do you have a title for the upcoming “Friday” film you writing for?
Ice Cube: Yeah…”Last Friday“
Ice Cube might have crossed over to the cinema life in the past few years, but he will forever remain a Hip-Hop legend. But with the release of his new film, 21 Jump Street, Global Grind’s Blogxilla sat down with Mr. Cube and talked about his upcoming film, stereotypes, music, “Friday”, and much more.
21 Jump Street is in theaters March 16th.