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Seinabo Say- Younger


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Director & Editor: Gustav Johansson Producer: Erik Torell & Joel Rostmark DOP: Niklas Johansson, fsf Colorist: Sofie Borup @ Company 3

Titles: Albin Holmqvist Focus Puller: Tommy Sandberg Clapper Loader: Josephine Owe Assistant Director: Fredrika Andersson Stylist: Jessica Mittelton Set Designer: Susanna Karlborg Make Up: Sainabou Secka Hair: Katri Chune Production Assistant: Richard Simonsson Executive Producer: Kristina Wibom Produced at Camp David Film

Produced by Magnus Lidehäll

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video: CHI CITY, “FIRST TIME HIGH” video at My Untold Story at | Twitter (@iamchicity) | Facebook | Twitter [@thecashjordan]

Southside Chicago rapper Chi City presents the music video for his single “First Time High”. With over nine underground tapes bearing his name – his last being 2011′s Who Is Chi City – Chi has collaborated with Cory Gunz, Mullyman and has toured with Philadelphia Freeway, Mickey Factz, Mikey Halsted and Daytona. He was crowned Coast To Coast’s Indie Artist Next To Blow and has performed at the BET Artist Showcase and’s Independent Fridays. He has ghostwritten for B.O.B., Diggy Simmons and G.O.O.D. Music affiliates. “The idea of this record came from me wanting to show my fans that just because I don’t smoke, doesn’t mean I can’t create great records,” says Chi. “That’s like the rapper’s myth, saying that we always high when we rap. I wanted to do a record where I played the high version of me and record the song as if I was actually smoking when I wrote it. So that way everyone’s satisfied”

single: MOE, “MF” produced by Young Kico

single: MOE, “MF” produced by Young Kico single at download Is Anybody Listening 3 on DatPiff Twitter [@dussume] | Soundcloud

New Orleans rapper Moe presents the “MF”, his new single produced by Young Kico. Born at Charity Hospital – the same hospital as Lil Wayne – both his parents were incarcerated by the time he was 6, leaving him in the care of his grandmother. Moe was writing rhymes by the time she moved him to Los Angeles a few years later, “often times rapping about my parents,” he says. “No resentment lyrics though, just my thoughts on the situation.” A few school expulsions later he was back in New Orleans, playing basketball and recording the songs that would lead to 2012, the year he dropped a staggering four mixtapes. “I heard the beat for ‘MF’ and it had a club feel so I went into it with that mindset,” says Moe. “I just wanted to make something fun that would appeal to a club crowd.”

video: MATT G, “ZONED OUT”

video: MATT G, “ZONED OUT”
produced by Burnell Washburn
from the forthcoming album Imagipashun

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download “Zoned Out” at | Twitter [@mgmuzik] | Facebook

Austin, Texas rapper Matt G presents the music video for “Zoned Out”, the new single from his forthcoming album Imagipashun. Salt Lake City producer Burnell Washburn handles production duties on “Zoned Out”, joining the Imagipashun production roster which also includes XV producer TheAwesomeSound as well as Atlanta beastmith Nobody Famous. Matt has performed alongside Killah Priest, Project Blowed, Tracy Morgan, Illogic, Blueprint and more. “‘I wanted to capture the madness of the world while offering my perspective on that madness from my point of view,” says Matt of the “Zoned Out” video, which was filmed during Halloween in Austin. Matt describes Imagipashun as “a concept driven from the combined ideas of creative emotional and mental emancipation from the shackles of mundane every day life using your imagination. I feel artists get shunned for wanting to live out their dreams and utilize their talents as a means to live that life every day. It just doesn’t suit us and I know the ‘average person’ can relate to that in many ways. That’s where the idea stemmed from, which is why I combined imagination, emancipation, and shun all in a fitting re-interpretation.”



f. Chris Clarke, J-Thorn, Gajah, Express Fresh, BeOND, Capsize, Gel Roc & Pause
on Liquid Noise Records

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Twitter [@mute_speaker] | Soundcloud | Facebook

Brighton, UK producer Mute Speaker presents Take Yourself Apart, featuring Chris Clarke, J-Thorn, Gajah, Express Fresh, BeOND, Capsize, Gel Roc & Pause. Mute has three full-lengths of material out : 2010′s Baboon Poetry, 2011′s Smart Bomb, 2012′s Post Block, 2013’s Spook Meter EP, Dripfeeders & the collab album with Gajah On & Offspring featuring Shuanise & Open Mike Eagle. “My intentions of making a proper hip hop album with lots of guest featuring MC’s finally began to come together toward the end of 2013,” says Mute Speaker about the project. “I was lucky enough to meet LA MC Malkovich whilst travelling in southeast Asia, which led to some great new introductions – most noticably Chris Clarke, who appears on seven tracks on the album. After becoming a little tired of the current ‘beat scene’, it was always my plan to try and take the music back to what I enjoy the most – dusty, heavy sample based boom bap beats – although there’s always room for a little experimentation along the way.”


video: YA BOY HARDHEADED, “ODD MAN OUT” produced by Pro Prospek | directed by Focus Cinema TV from the album 7000&1 at download “Odd Man Out” on Soundcloud | Twitter [@yaboyhardheaded] | Facebook | iTunes

New Orleans rapper Ya Boy Hardheaded presents the Focus Cinema-directed music video for “Odd Man Out”, a song from his album 7000&1.  “Odd Man Out” is produced by Pro Prospek, who won Producer Of The Year at the 2010 New Orleans Underground HipHop Awards. “I have been constantly criticized by people in my life for my interest and love for hip hop,” says Hardheaded. “I got the name Hardheaded from my family because I like to do things my way. I slapped ‘ya boy’ on there because that’s what I tell people when I’m snapping on them, like “look at ya boy… he looks like ya uncle” or whatever. Being a hardheaded person and loving hiphop and feeling like I really never fit into what people thought I should be or wanted me to be, I always called myself the Odd Man Out and instead of being pissed off just I accepted it and kept doing what I liked to do.”