Sunday, 21 January 2018

ECKB / Zu Ninjaz presents IRIE - The Game (VIDEO) / Its Nuffin (STREAM)

Irie drops a double whammy with 'The Game' and 'Its Nuffin'.

Irie has been in the game a while now. Also known as Dre Street, Dremalino, and 5Ft Hyper Sniper. He is part of the ODB affiliated group Zu Ninjaz and also part of supergroup East Coast Killa Beez (read about them HERE).

Check out his new video for The Game below:

On 'Its Nuffin' Irie is joined by Judah Priest and Zomb G, and also features Dijohn and Smoke.
The track is taken off Zomb G's upcoming 'Z Code' project.
Stream below and buy the track HERE.

Artwork for the track is by

Irie / Dre Street Facebook

Sunday, 14 January 2018

SLR Music Group, C75 Live, MJs Hip Hop Connex, & Gorilla Gear present the #myphilosophychallenge


On the brand page @slrmusicgroup on Instagram they recently ran a challenge called the #noneofyallbetterchallenge
People have been hitting up SLR Head Scott LaRock Jr asking if they are doing another one and the answer is Yes!!! The #MyPhilosophyChallenge

SLR Music Group, C75 Live, Gorilla Gear, & MJ's Hip Hop Connex are offering: 
1 free mixtape placement on @Spinrilla 
an interview on NYC radio
and a Gorilla Gear goody bag of t-shirts/hoody/CDs!!!

To enter all you have to do is:
Submit A 1 Minute Video Of Yourself Freestyling To The "My Philosophy" Instrumental
Tag @scottlarockjr @slrmusicgroup @c75designs @officialgorillaarmy & @mjshiphopconnex on instagram 
(Links at bottom of post)
And Make Sure U Follow Those Pages!

#myphilosophychallenge #slrmusicgroup #c75live 

LET'S GO!!!! 

                and check out the sites:

C75 Live Instagram

Gorilla Gear Shop
Gorilla Gear / Official Gorilla Army Facebook
Gorilla Gear / Official Gorilla Army Instagram

Thursday, 4 January 2018


OneMike has blessed the site with exclusive 24 hour access to his new video for his single 'I'm Bout It' before it explodes webwide!

T.E.S.T. Squad leader and an integral part of the C75 Live imprint, Mike has been going hard since the release of his 'The Horse Of A Different Color' collab album.

Track produced by Nox
Video co-directed by Natrix Dream and OneMike
Cover art by   

Stream the video below and download the single on iTunes HERE 
OneMike is sponsored by Gorilla Gear and can be seen wearing the OG logo hoody in the video. 

You can purchase it HERE

Win a chance to win free Gorilla Gear including tshirts, a hoody, and CDs. 
Find out more HERE

OneMike Facebook
OneMike Bandcamp
Natrix Dream Facebook
Natrix Dream Bandcamp

Tuesday, 2 January 2018


To celebrate the holiday season Gorilla Gear are giving away a pack of Gorilla Gear to one lucky winner who will receive an OG logo t-shirt and OG logo hoody, plus a selection of Gorilla Army CD's, and they'll be the first to rock the new shirt design coming in 2018.

Gorilla Gear is the brainchild of D.Original Mr.Blue who is the head of music crew Gorilla Army. He recruited MC/designer Cuban Pete into the group and together they came up with a new line of merch to represent the team.

Gorilla Gear also sponsors upcoming emcee OneMike. Mike is the head of his own T.E.S.T. Squad and affiliated with C75 Live. You can catch his new single Im Bout It on iTunes HERE.

You can enter the competition in 3 easy steps:
1. Follow @officialgorillaarmy on instagram

2. Like the @itstheofficialgorillaarmy page on Facebook
3. Share this post/picture using the hashtag #officialgorillagear

The winner will be tracked down via social media on 24th January 2018 so get sharing and tag your friends

Stream and download the Men Of Honor mixtape below:

Monday, 1 January 2018


Bobby Fuego releases 'I Am Hip Hop'
The Brooklyn born MC, now residing in Knoxville Tennessee, drops a dope collection of collabs to see in the new year!

Bobby says "I Am Hip Hop features some of  the dopest independent/underground artists I've had the pleasure of meeting and working with. This is just a prequel to the upcoming, highly anticipated Substance Abuse album coming soon!"

"Proceeds from this album will go towards the funding for Substance Abuse. Help me continue to make great music with great artists!!"

In 2017 Bobby featured on the Cuban Pete posse cut 'Camo Print Kicks' and Cuban is honoured to return the favour by setting off this collection right on the first verse.

Stream the project below or purchase HERE

Bobby Fuego Facebook

Saturday, 30 December 2017

New Video: D.Original Mr.Blue ft Cuban Pete - The Dirty Duo


Taken from the album 'The Miracle' 
available for FREE DOWNLOAD here -

Gorilla Army General D.Original Mr.Blue drops a track off his new album 'The Miracle' featuring fellow Army recruit, and Gorilla Gear designer, Cuban Pete from the UK.

Visit D.Original at and
Cuban Pete at

Visuals are courtesy of Zimaut Animation (
Contact them here
Additional footage taken from the original 1962 trailer for Godzilla vs King Kong.

Visuals put together by
Cuban Pete signed to FNBG Records


MJ:   I’m hyped for tonight’s interview as it’s always a pleasure to chop it up with Chicago’s own Hip Hop Artist, Actor, Motivational Speaker, and Writer Eddy Lamarre, known worldwide as Precise.  Here we are 4 years later and I want to first and foremost thank you for taking time from your industry moves for another interview! Let me also say that 4 years later I still listen to “Ladies Love Mixtapes” on a regular basis!
Precise: Hey MJ, thank you so much for that. I really appreciate you and the fact that you still listen to LLM, means so much.
MJ:  For those who are not familiar you grew up in a Haitian household where music was as natural as eating!  Your father was in a band and played instruments. What was it like for you to watch your father in his element?  Was that the initial spark that ignited your passion and love for music?
Precise: What I remember mostly was being surrounded by music all the time. The camaraderie and creativity always intrigued me. I knew it was something I always wanted to do. Hip-Hop provided the vehicle for me to follow this dream.

MJ:  You mention how you always dreamed about becoming a rapper.  But your first taste of Hip Hop and the culture was deejaying.  How did that evolve?  From there you went on to join a Hip Hop group.  Did you feel that something was missing?  Did you feel the need to experience and emerge into more within the culture? Is that when you decided to begin a solo career?
Precise: As a Chicagoan from the south side of the city House Music was always prevalent. I was always impressed by the blends and one of my friends John Evans who is a master at blending showed me the ropes. As I was learning how to deejay rap was evolving. I could always write and decided to write some rhymes the first verse I wrote was to Aaron Halls “Don’t be afraid”. It was mad wack but it got me started.  I did a few talent shows sharpened my skills then met two of my closest friends Vic “Creole the Individual” Moore and Christopher “Ideal” Rice, may he rest in peace. We formed Nub Earth and gained some notoriety in the city. Soon after life happened, we split and I decided not to put my pen on the shelf. I linked with Tye Hill and DJ Thunder of the Produktionix and we did my song “It’s On Me” and I was able to get back to what I love.
MJ:  You credit KRS-One, Slick Rick, Mos Def, Rakim, among other Hip Hop pioneers and legends for your style of lyricism.  You credit them as your canvas to paint beautiful images through lyrics.  I have followed you since our first interview about 4 years ago.  There are many attributes that classify you as unique and genuine.  The one attribute that stands out the most for me is your dedication to the culture of Hip Hop and not conforming to what media portrays as Hip Hop.  Hip Hop is not a genre of Music; it is a lifestyle.  Conforming to the latest trends that involve zero talent is a lane you refuse to follow.  Talk a little bit about that.
Precise: At some point in the evolution of Hip-Hop so many people would use rap and Hip-Hop interchangeably. I always want to make it clear that Hip-Hop is the culture and rap is one of the ways I express the culture. This culture has spread all over the world and it’s important not to lose sight of how it started and why its origins are important.
MJ:  22 years ago you had a life altering experience that continues to impact your life.  Share your Million Man March enlightenment.   What kind of influence did that historical event have on you as a man and as artist?
Precise: The Million March changed me in so many ways. The main way was it made me realize that I had to grow up and be a better man and a better father. Black men have a tough struggle around the world. To see one million black men gather for change was a transformation and always serves as a reference point in my development. I became more spiritual and self aware. I continue to grow every day.
MJ:  I want to thank you!  Thank you for creating music not for the now, not for popular hits, but for the longevity!  “That Ol’ Boom Bap” is a perfect example of that music.  It is and will remain a timeless classic regardless of release date!  Share with us the story behind that track and how important that track is to you and to your fans, and to the culture of Hip Hop.


Precise: My manager Redell Drakeford linked me with an amazing DJ by the name of Dj Tekwun from New York. He was working on a release and I was fortunate enough to make the cut. “That Ol’ Boom Bap” is an ode to the culture and a nod to what is new. We can’t have one without the other.
MJ:  I want to also take this time to salute you!  Not only are you a phenomenal lyricist, but you are also an Actor, Writer, and Motivational Speaker.  How did those roles come about in your career?
Precise: All of us have a plethora of gifts. These are things that I was inspired to do. In this day and age there really is no excuse not to pursue your dreams. Nothing can stop you. I’ve done some sketch comedy, I write for the national publication and I use my words to effect change. I speak truth to power. I speak life to the world.
MJ:  Talk about the youth!  Tell us the first three words that come to mind when you think of our youth.  Why has educating our youth become such a mission for you?
Precise: The first three words are love, future, and blessing. Educating the youth properly is important to not only their future but to ours because they are the leaders of tomorrow. We need to feed them properly and share positive vibes that lend to growth and a better world.
MJ:  For all your fans, supporters, and followers take a minute to share about current and upcoming projects.
Precise: I’m currently working on a project called “Man of the Ages”.  I have a song called “Speak Life” on all the streaming services that’s been picking up some steam. Right now I’m focused on getting better in all aspects of my life.
MJ:  Give us some fun facts!  Why Precise as your artist name?  What 3 artists are in your personal play list?  Where are your favorite places to tour?
Precise: I got my name from a Gangstarr song called “Precisely The Right Rhymes”… Right now the three artists I have in my playlist are Rapsody, Tyler the Creator, and G Herbo… I like New York, New Orleans, and Miami as places to tour.

MJ:  When we come back to the table in another 4 years what will we be catching up on?
Precise: 4 years from now when we catch up I hope to have grown as an artist and as someone who can influence others. My project would have broken some records and I’ll be moving on into the next phase of my career doing speaking tours.
MJ:  Is there anything else you would like the world to know about Precise?
Precise: I would like the world to know that I am doing this for a purpose. The reason I speak into a mic is for the uplifting of my people and the culture. I would also like people to know that I am grateful and appreciative to the creator for all the blessings that have been bestowed upon me. Also, stay focused, positive, and productive.
MJ:  I want to thank you again for taking the time out for this exclusive.  I want to thank you for being true to the culture and for creating that feel good music, that undeniable bona fide Hip Hop!

Management: Redell Drakeford
Follow MJ @MJsHipHopConnex

Thursday, 28 December 2017


Mr QB Ruc is back at it again with this cinematic street banger produced by B.Dvine!
Take a listen to the story Ruc has to tell.

Cover art by

Ruc has been putting it down for Queensbridge since the early 90's, as part of Killa Kids. He worked with Nas on the Queens Finest album and released his latest album recently 'Last Of Dying Sound', available on iTunes HERE.

Stream below and download HERE

Mixed by Nu Kirk and B.Dvine.

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