VIDEO: Fly Society Skate Team Signing At Active Riverside

flysocietyphotoGo behind-the-scenes with the Fly Society skate team for an exclusive look at their recent signing event at Active Ride Shop.  Follow along as Mikey Haywood, Terry Kennedy, Ant MacNeal, Alec Jamir, Dre Malone and Jacob Walder shoot a team photo in Los Angeles and greet a crowd of anxious fans in Riverside with free giveaways.  Fly Society artists, J-Deed$ and HIT, along with producer Fuzzy Fe, also stopped by to meet fans and make an appearance.  Filmed and edited by Luis Carrion.  Additional filming by Corey “Big Head” Cabrera.

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VIDEO: Big Tray Deee Talks Snoop Dogg, Tha Eastsidaz, Krush Groove Reunion & More From Prison | Pt. 2

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EXCLUSIVE: For the second half of our exclusive interview with rapper Big Tray Deee, the Long Beach native touches on his current relationship with Snoop Dogg, Goldie Locc and gives details on how his upcoming Krush Groove reunion show with radio station KDay came together.  Take a listen as Big Tray Dee speaks with LuRocK on the future of Tha Eastsidaz as he prepares to finally leave prison after being locked up for over ten years.  The rapper also decided to open up about his displeasure with “fake gangster rappers,” directs some choice words towards a specific unnamed artist, announces the title to his forthcoming LP and much more.

VIDEO: Big Tray Deee Talks Prison Life, Long Beach State Of Mind & More From His Cell | Pt. 1

traydeeWest Coast gangsta rapper, Big Tray Deee, speaks with LuRocK from ItsTheDaily.com and Collective State TV on the eve of his release from prison for an exclusive interview. Live from his cell, take a listen as the rap veteran speaks on his accolades in Hip Hop, his current label situation, having to adjust to prison life and his plans for his music career following his release later this week. Big Tray Deee also shares his thoughts on the new age of independent artists and gets into details for listeners on how he was able to record his new upcoming mixtape, “Long Beach State of Mind,” entirely from inside of prison.