Before we get the full Chopped Not Slopped Remix of “Gran Turismo” Slim K gives us a preview with his version of “All Night”Tweet
While in Dallas promoting his new project “Gran Turismo”, L.E.$. sat down and chopped it up with DiamondzNWood about everything from his new tape to his relationship with Boss Hogg Outlawz to his love of everything car related.Tweet
Lil Pooh decides to liberate one of the standout tracks from his latest mixtape “Workaholic 2″. The extended version with 4 new tracks is droppin this monthTweet
Fresh off the heels of his packed show at Warehouse Live in Houston, L.E.$. is heading to Dallas for a live show at Club DaDa on December 27th. The homies at 24KBric are throwing the show so you know its gonna be legit. Go ahead and click here to cop your $10 pre-sale ticketsTweet
” Part poet, part lyrical dream weaver; for Houston native OneHunnidt, pain can be seen as a driving force behind the most brilliant of artists. Initially beginning as a gifted poet, it would be the death of his younger brother that would forever alter his path (Onehunnidt’s brother “Jj” was killed in a shooting in Houston February 2010 and was mentioned on Drake’s hit single “Miss Me” featuring Lil Wayne in the line, “Forever in our Hearts. Jj, love ya boy”) ; as he instead began turning his prose into rhymes, resulting in the therapeutic Keep it 100; a poignant project chronicling the demise of a poet and the birth of an artist.
Today, OneHunnidt is fueled purely by confidence and ambition; the tragedy that spawned his first project giving way to reveal a talented, driven and lyrically impressive young artist. Having found his niche, he has gone on to win a number of accolades, including that of “Best Solo Rapper” and “Best Mixtape” at the 2012 Houston Press Music Awards. In a deep pool of talent within his home town, he easily remains afloat both for his lyrical capabilities, as well as his brash honesty.
Explains OneHunnidt, “I’m from the South where “Keep it 100” is a phrase that is often used. It means to be 100% open and honest, true to your word. I pride myself on being able to remain myself and reflecting real life into my music.” Now his goal is to turn his critical acclaim into musical eminence. Armed with an arsenal of musical tools, he’s very new to the game but already easily one of the leaders on a ladder of Houston artists vying for success.”Tweet
New record from L.E.$. featuring Smoke DZA off the upcoming project “E36″ due out next week. Shout out 24KBricTweet