Civil TV goes behind the scenes on the set of Casey Veggie’s new visual for “She In My Car.” The track also features Dom Kennedy who was on set in Beverly Hills taking in the scenery and beautiful models. Check out Veggies as he shares some commentary with the camera and is all smiles when he gets a rub down in a bubble bath from a few sexy extras.
Karen Civil hits the green carpet at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards held in Atlanta and discusses with a number of artists what it means to them for MC Lyte to be honored as this years “I Am Hip Hop Award” recipient. Take a look as the camera nabs some on-the-spot commentary from Lola Monroe, 2 Chainz and Asia Sparks.
Civil TV catches up with Rick Ross for a new intimate interview titled “Talk With A Mastermind.” The MMG general shares his thoughts on his upcoming Mastermind LP and explains he feels confident about new album. Speaking candidly with cameras, Ross reassures his fans there will be a number of standout features on the project, touches on his appreciation for Nipsey Hussle and Dom Kennedy’s music, opens up on the inspiration behind his album title and much more.
Karen Civil and company catch up with Leimert Park’s own Dom Kennedy for a new mini-documentary on Civil TV. Follow along as cameras hang out with Kennedy and capture some interesting commentary on his experience as an independent Hip Hop artist. The California native also speaks on the creative direction behind his upcoming Get Home Safely LP, coming up with different ideas for merchandise designs, being a big fan of Rick Ross and so much more.
Karen Civil sits down with Big Sean for a one-on-one interview. Seans talks his sophomore album Hall of Fame, what fans can expect to hear and stresses he addressed more issues that he feels young listeners should be aware of. The Detroit native all speaks on the city’s bankruptcy and talks about his past efforts to give back to his hometown. Big Sean also speaks on meeting Eminem in Detroit at his studio, Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and its positive effect on Hip Hop, the creative direction behind his “Sorry” verse and the evolution of G.O.O.D. Music.
Karen Civil gets the pleasure of liberating some new Nipsey Hussle music with “Change Nothing”. Produced by 1500 or Nothin, the bouncy track features some exceptional synth work as Neighborhood Nip delivers raw and street savy lyrics. Strictly based off the quality from the generous freebies Nipsey has been releasing since May, it’s clear to understand why fans are excited about his forthcoming TM3: Victory Lap project has been in high demand since its announcement.
Black Hippy member ScHoolboy Q links up with the lovely Karen Civil for a one-on-one interview where the two discuss a number of current topics. Q confirms that his forthcoming album, Oxymoron, is completed and details how the project went through three different versions before finally getting the green light to drop later this year in the 4th quarter. ScHoolboy clarifies that Oxymoron will focus on his past and present and cover topics like his love for his daughter and his struggle to make it in music. The TDE rapper also goes on to share that he would love to hit the road with Action Bronson and sends a request to Jill Scott for a future collaboration. Before calling it a wrap, Q also talks with Karen about cutting his past drug habits, old tweets aimed at Wale that recently surfaced, appearing in Myspace’s new commercial and reveals his next move is to get into acting.
Meek sits down with Karen Civil for CivilTV and discusses his latest mixtape Dreamchasers 3 being pushed back from its original May 6 release date. The MMG rapper takes the opportunity to diss Rick Ross’ former sponsor Reebok for dropping him due to his U.O.E.N.O. rape verse.