PeaceProductions one of the newest and hotest music producing team to hit the scene.Their Known For their independent source of good music in the city of Baltimore. Their music mission is to work international with deferent genres,artist on a higher level.PeaceProductions aka Big peace the producer, has worked with some of 410 hottest like artist’s m.o.b Damo,P-silent,s.o.s Young profit,Dan deville, and more. Big Peace started in 2014 with a Mac book and a boombox giving away beats to unsigned artist around the city. And then big peace Team up with mind Blowin’entertinment from a small city called Mullins in south Carolina and since PeaceProductions and Mind Blowin teamed up its been nothing but success and blessings. In 2015 Big peace the Producer brew up some fire and m.o.b Damo drop a hot flow and let the world hear ”ah”need”ah” baker, Pimp talk, Crabs. I can say those tracks are fire and check it out 410 own unsigned independent Label Peaceproductions.
Drake has dropped a video for his runaway success track “Hotline Bling.” Currently sitting at No. 2 in the Billboard charts, “Hotline Bling” debuted back in July at the very beginning of the Canadian rapper’s beef with Meek Mill. Now out of the shadows, and given its own chance to take the limelight, the song has been granted the above visuals. Check out Drizzy’s moves here
Classical music covers of popular songs are a wonderful thing. The latest video to surface shows a traditional Japanese rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal, performed by professional shakuhachi (a Japanese bamboo flute) player Yuko Watanabe along with two backup performers on a koto (a stringed instrument, also the national instrument of Japan).
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RATKING have shared the music video for “Arnold Palmer,” a track off their 700 Fillproject from earlier this year. The visual, directed and edited by Lubansky, arrives just as the weather in New York is cooling down, and opens with Wiki, Hak, and Sporting Life hitting the local bodega for some iced tea and lemonade mix. The trio then man a Letter Racer lemonade stand, and the clips of the ensuing transactions are complimented by some ariel drone shots of downtown Manhattan.
Nike revamps the Air Max 90 Sneakerboot — which first appeared in 2013 — with the Air Max 90 Mid Winter, unveiling the model in a slick tonal black colorway for the cold season. This durable and lightweight silhouette features a black tape seam leather and synthetic upper, and an inner bootie which allows for a snug fit. A Max Air unit at the heel provides cushioning, while a black PU midsole and a matching pyramid-embossed rubber outsole for great traction and an athletic finish . Matching black laces complete the look.
Grab yourself a pair of the Nike Air Max 90 Mid Winters in Black/Black now at Titolo or Nike for $135 USD. For more solid black options for this winter, check out the all-black iteration of the Air Max 95 Sneakerboot.
Ty Dolla $ign returns today with a new set of visuals featuring fellow artist Fetty Wap entitled “When I See Ya.” This is in preparation for his upcoming Free TC album, which is set to drop November 13th. Watch the new visuals above.
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