Today Hip Hop lost a veteran and a great lyricist. Check out some of Sean Price’s live set I was able to capture from Rock The Bells in 2012. If I am not mistaken, this was the first time I’d ever seen Price perform in person and I have to admit it was definitely a memorable one. Take a look as Price showcases his lyrical skills to fans in San Bernardino and holds it down despite the scorching weather.
DJ Vlad catches up with Kansas City’s Tech N9ne who shares details with viewers of how life was for the rapper following the death of Mac Dre. After the Bay Area legend was gunned down in Tech’s hometown, the rapper admits that he couldn’t go to Northern California. To make matters worse, Tech N9ne explains that at the time he was featured on an issue of Murder Dog Magazine’s with crazy red hair, a gun and a T-shirt that read Missouri across the front. The rapper also gets into details behind meeting Shock G the night before Mac Dre was killed in Salt Lake City, speaks on the gang culture in Kansas City and touches on the impact that blood gang members from San Diego had on his neighborhood after moving in.
The New York bred Hip Hop group Flatbush Zombies are back with a new music video for their track “Death” which is featured on their new Better Off Dead mixtape. Smashing in a tractor out in the dark woods with only a few lamps in-hand, the Zombies let the competition know their coming for their spot and give the visual all the touches of a horror inspired film. Take a look as the group members go in search of zombies with their individual weapon of choice which include a bat, chainsaw and gun.