Donnie Houston recruits KDOGG and Doublebe for the latest installment of his Mic Check series. The Houston DJ notorious for classic beats and vicious vinyl work teamed up with these two Headwreckas to create another nice visual flow session to add to the series that is starting to become a staple in the H-Town underground.
Episode 5 of Rap Lines with these assholes and Mac Miller.
RESPECT: These Assholes
Part three finale of Wiz Khalifa’s DayToday web series.
In this week’s episode of Pepsi’s Road To Summer Jam, Donyshia is pushing Ebro to announce the Summer Jam Festival Village line-up early and this year, Pepsi is going to help bring a deserving winner to the Summer Jam stage. Check it out in episode three of Pepsi’s Road To Summer Jam.
RESPECT: HOT 97
Episode 10 of Sama’an Ashrawi’s All-Star Tribute to UGK features Yasiin Bey.
Sunday I had a chance to host the cypher segment of Kickback Sundays. The final cypher round consisted of K Dogg, A-1, John Dough and Johnny Lee. Too close to call, Johnny Lee and K Dogg battled in sudden death round and Johnny Lee came out the victor winning a pair of SMS Audio Street by 50 Cent headphones and two tickets to a local concert in Houston. Check out a recap of my night at Kickback Sundays and special thank you to SF2 for having me.
Creative Revolution Union follows DJ Genesis for a day in the life on the holiday of 4/20.
Our favorite concert, well at least mine, is finally BACK! On June 3rd, HOT 97 will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of their legendary concert, Summer Jam. This year, they’ve decided to give the fans an inside look on the process of putting the show together. I love BTS shit like this. Here’s episode 1.
RESPECT: HOT 97
The Texas Titan is back with another episode from his cartoon web series. Banned is on its way.
The fans came out to Hit-Boy and HS87′s All I Ever Dreamed Of in-store at 424 on Fairfax recently, with the whole crew showing love to the folks that came out. OnSMASH caught up with Hit, Audio Push, Kent Money and K. Roosevelt in between signing autographs and Hit-Boy broke down what the project meant to him, saying he did this for the youth to show them its possible for all their dreams to come true.