QN5 artist and MCMI/Plague team member Pack FM has decided to give you all an early Christmas present! The “Want What’s Mine” video was shot and Directed By: Jarrett Robertson of Rhythm & Bleu productions, be sure to subscribe to theirÂ youtube channel to get updates on future films and music videos. All of the MCMI tees worn by Pack FM in the video can be found at MCMI APPAREL!!
Stay tuned for an update on PackFMâ€™s latest project â€œThe Human Highlight Reelâ€
Nems goes in on this intense story of brotherhood and friendship, holding each other down in everyday in the struggle. This is not some bubble gum rap. Nems pulls your heart-strings on this one. The chorus is beautiful. The imagery of the bullet and the dove are cinematic.Â The video is shot like a movie. Watch the video and leave a comment below.
Iron Solomon flips the Jay-Z classic, 22 Twos, into 44 Fours. The video is shot at Club Pyramid in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, home of the longest running Weekly Open Mic, End of The Weak, also known as EOW or @EoDub. This is where MC’s go to work out, build with fam, cypher, talk shit, get some stage time and just cool out on some real Hip Hop.
A lot of work went into this video, so check the credits. Follow Iron Solomon. He is one to watch. And stop by the ‘dub on Sunday, 9pm.
Bad Meets Evil – FAST LANE Official Video (Eminem & Royce Da 5’9)
The song is bananas, period. Thanks to Em’s status and position of power in the game, it gets heavy rotation on XM and New York FM radio. I don’t know about other regions, somebody let me know. Anyway, the video is done with graphics emphasizing the words which is dope because I’m all about lyrics and I think Eminem and Slaughterhouse‘ (who get a cameo at the end) branding is all about the lyrics too. So I’m glad the video put even more emphasis on that, just basically too fo the nicest spitters in the game right now doing what they do, cause to me that’s where Hip Hop is headed back to right now. It took a little detour away from that since the Golden era, but as we say at MCMI: a better era starts now!