6IX9INE Brings Together Bloods and Crips for “Kooda” Video Shoot

6IX9INE Brings Together Bloods and Crips for "Kooda" Video Shoot
(FreshAsFrankie) A number of notable acts have bubbled out of Brooklyn over the past several years, including Joey Badass, Troy Ave, Desiigner and Young MA to name a few, who’ve exhibited an array of styles representative of the borough’s musical diversity. Many fans will say that the streets haven’t truly gotten behind a movement from the birthplace of Biggie Smalls since Bobby Shmurda and his GS9 crew were bringing the gritty sounds and raw visuals reflective of their free and rebellious youth. That is until now.

Over the past several weeks the hardcore intensity of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s vocals, coupled with the infectious hook off of his single “Gummo” has begun to recapture that 2013-2014 energy. And radio is taking notice.

Tekashi recently set up a live stream for his fans, during which he notified followers that Hot 97 was about to play the song for the first time. As Funk Flex ran the record back repeatedly it appeared that he was floating between two worlds, with his feet firmly planted on the block and his mind in the clouds as the possibilities came to surface in the surreal moment. Then came Flex’s bombs, and the legendary DJ name-dropping the hot young rapper while shouting one time for Brooklyn.

“To be honest with you, I don’t even know how to feel. Like, n****s playing me on the radio. Like… I know some n****s be paying for that s**t, some n****s be just paying the DJ and s**t but I never thought I was gonna have a hot record to actually spin on the radio,” said 6ix9ine. “You know what I’m saying? That s**t just bugged out to me because I don’t make radio music. I don’t make club music, so that s**t real crazy.”

The visual for “Gummo” certifies the song with the kind of life that’s going to continue to generate from the Blood rapper’s Scum Gang clique when they officially roll out the video for Tekashi’s next single, “Kooda.” Snippets from the “Kooda” video have been floating around the net and show Bloods and Crips flooding the Utica Avenue and Fulton Street stop along the A/C subway line, together.

The degree to which they are evidently united in the visual serves as a glaring sign of the potential Tekashi bears to call rap music’s attention back to the city at a street level. At one point during the video’s teaser, an affiliate of the rapper’s entourage lifts up his shirt to reveal a graphic of Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel. All of the dots seem to be connecting for a similar kind of Brooklyn resurgence.

Source: boxden.com

K. Michelle – Birthday (Video)

K. Michelle - Birthday (Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) R&B singer K. Michelle shares the official music video for “Birthday” single off her upcoming studio album KIMBERLY: The People I Used To Know which is set to arrive December 8th.

Watch it below.

 

Stream & download “Birthday” here: https://Atlantic.lnk.to/BirthdayID

Pre-order KIMBERLY: The People I Used To Knowhttps://KMichelle.lnk.to/PIUTKPREORDERID

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Young Dolph – What’s The Deal (Video)

Young Dolph - What's The Deal (Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Memphis rapper Young Dolph is back with another official music video for his Thinking Out Loud album. Today he delivers the visuals for the first track from the project titled What’s The Deal,” produced by DJ Squeeky.

Watch it below.

Get Young Dolph’s “Thinking Out Loud” album now on iTunes.

Z-Ro – Kneel Down (Official Music Video)

Z-Ro - Kneel Down (Official Music Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Houston rapper Z-Ro a.k.a. The Mo City Don is back to deliver the official music video for “Kneel Down” song.
Watch the video below.

Stream Z-Ro’s last album No Love Boulevard via Apple Music or purchase a copy of your own on iTunes.

Plies – Check Callin ft. NBA YoungBoy (Video)

Plies - Check Callin ft. NBA YoungBoy (Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Florida rapper Plies shares the official music video directed by Omar The Director for “Check Callin” track featuring rising Baton Rouge rapper NBA YoungBoy.

Jeezy x Nessa On Air: Talks Opening 5 Orphanages In Mexico, Business Ventures, Collaborations (Video)

Jeezy x Nessa On Air: Talks Opening 5 Orphanages In Mexico, Business Ventures, Collaborations (Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Jeezy recently stopped by Hot 97 for a conversation with Nessa On Air.

He talked about opening 5 orphanages in Mexico, business ventures, collaborating with Tee Grizzley on the single “Cold Summer,” working withDiddy on “Bottles Up,” donating water to Houston after Hurricane Harvey, his legacy, inspiring people.

 

Several People Shot At A Boosie Badazz Concert In Gardena, CA (Video)

Several People Shot At A Boosie Badazz Concert In Gardena, CA (Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Boosie Badazz concert ended in gunfire on Friday, November 3.

TMZ reports that the 34-year old rapper, born Torrence Hatch Jr., was performing at a motorcycle club in Gardena, California when shots were fired around midnight.

There’s a discrepancy regarding how many people were injured.

Four people were shot, according to CBS Los Angeles. TMZ reported only two victims. The injured were transported to the hospital and are expected to survive.

There were several altercations in the crowd prior to the shooting.

Cops took a report for assault with a deadly weapon, but no arrests were made. There are no suspects at this time.

An investigation is ongoing.

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NBA YoungBoy Says He’s Going Back to School for High School Diploma

NBA YoungBoy Says He's Going Back to School for High School Diploma

(FreshAsFrankie) NBA YoungBoy says he’s going back to school to receive his high school diploma in a video posted to Instagram on Wednesday. The teenage Louisiana rapper is off to a promising rap career but he dropped out of school in 9th grade to pursue it. After a stint in jail following an alleged armed robbery, YoungBoy Never Broke Again is ready to return to school and get his diploma.

In the video, he announced, “Ahhaaa, I’m going to public school. They accepted me in public school,” later revealing that he will be attending Scotlandville Magnet High School in his hometown of Baton Rouge.

Check out the video above.

Source: hotnewhiphop.com