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Tayyib Ali – “Lobby Interlude”

Bringing you a new video today from Philadelphia native Tayyib Ali. Entitled ‘Lobby Interlude‘, the visual treatment, shot by Creative Eye Vision, includes feint hits of animation throughout making the appeal much greater. Only 2 minutes long, the video certainly doesn’t lack quality of bars as the Philly emcee tears through the production with swift lyrics and a powerful delivery.


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Nico Fazio – “Cloud 10″

New Music from Canadian producer Nico Fazio entitled “Cloud 10″. Most notable for his production for Pro Era, KR, Cory Gunz and more, the hip-hop producer lets go an EDM inspired soundtrack. We would appreciate it if you could check it out and show support. With summer now into full swing, let’s see what the Canadian phenom has in store for us.


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Akee Fontane – “We Winnin”

With the momentum of his newly inked deal with Pure Luxury Entertainment and the coming release of his Can’t Be Young Forever mixtape, Akee Fontane is poised to make some major waves. Currently, the Wilmington, Delaware rapper is heavily focused on promoting his new single “We Winnin” produced by StarFleet Musik. The single is sure to become an anthem for many.


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A Lot of People Love B.B. King on Spotify

Thursday night, B.B. King passed away, but his Spotify came to life. According to P&P, global streaming of the legendary blues singer’s music on Spotify has increased %9800. King’s album catalogue is one of the biggest, ranging around 43 studio albums and 13 live. B.B. King might be in paradise, but his spirit will move on through his music.


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All Def Digital Presents: #DefTalk With Raekwon

Raekwon The Chef hit up the ADD offices to talk being a member of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan, the importance of having a solid team, the music industry today, and of course, Fly International Luxurious Art.

Raekwon, aka The Chef, recognizable as one of the members of the illustrious Wu-Tang Clan, stopped by the All Def Digital offices to kick some knowledge on the game today, his impoverished start in Staten Island, being part of the Clan, and the importance of having a good team. And of course, Fly International Luxurious Art, which is his sixth studio album.

The Chef says that as a youngster, he was motivated by seeing Run DMC’s gold chains and kicks in one of their videos on Video Music Box. Eventually, the legendary Wu-Tang Clan arrived on the scene, and they went on to become one of the most influential hip hop acts of all time. “It’s all about the confidence you carry,” Rae says. “When you have a team, you feel ten times more powerful because you’re not doing it alone, and that’s how we always felt; we could beat the world, it was us against them.”

He goes on to acknowledge that today, hip hop is a bit different than the golden era he and his comrades cultivated, saying “A lot of times nowadays the music is being driven just for party purposes…The climate of music today just needs more artists being original, not so much following what everyone else is doing; just make music from the heart, make it have feelings.”


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D. Weathers – “Tootsie Roll”

Final Score Entertainment artist D. Weathers has released the official visual for his new high-energy single just in time for the summer. With production from Young Zack — who samples the classic 69 Boys track of the same name — the “Tootsie Roll” optics are filled with shots of beautiful women at a pool party and it comes with a cameo from Styles P as well.


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Stephen Colangelo – “What It Is”

Having spent quite some time earning his keep in the NYC underground performance circuit, New York based MC Stephen Colangelo is prepared to take his talents to the next level. With his father being incarcerated and his own street past, the 21-year-old’s life story is enthralling enough to captivate any listener and he lays it all out in his upcoming mixtape titled “My Lifestyle.” Today, he lets go of another offering from the project, the Chris Zino directed clip for “What It Is”.


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