New This Week: “Feel Like Da Bank” music video from Paydro, plus new music videos from Shaheed and Dj Supreme, Dj Amaze x AG, and Greg Hoy
Whether it’s rap of rock, hip-hop or reggae, our clients this week know how to make the words flow and vibe out with the beat. Our newest HIP Picks – Weekly Client Roundup is here- take a look at the videos above, and learn more about the clips by clicking on the links below.
“Feel Like Da Bank” Music Video: Paydro (Hip-hop/rap)
Full-bearded Cincinatti rapper Paydro ain’t going anywhere. For the music video for new single “Feel Like Da Bank” (directed by DreamVision), he makes that manifest on screen, as he turns a bank vault into what appears to be… a nightclub.
“Keeping Climbing” ft. Angie King Music Video: Shaheed and Dj Supreme (Hip-hop)
After 2o years of collaboration, praise from press outlets all over and nods from CMJ, and sharing stages with legends like Jurassic 5, Raekwon, Atmoshpere, and Brother Ali, Shaheed and Dj Supreme have formed everlasting bonds and made a cultural impact. On their single “Keep Climbing”, originally from the 2013 album Knowledge, Rhythm, And Understanding, longtime friend Angie King – a brow expert and makeup artist by day, and a suave singer by night – lends her lovely voice. The “Keep Climbing” video (directed by Nik Laymen) takes place at The Historic Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, embracing their identity – and struggles – as BIPOC (black, indigenous people of color).
“Cacophony” Music Video: Greg Hoy (Rock)
Greg Hoy’s album Cacophony is the chronicle of a lovable Everyman wrestling with information overload, the insatiable demands of social media, and the pitfalls of the news cycle (and if you can’t relate to that, you must be inhabiting a different planet). “Cacophony” is the album’s title track, and the modern lyrics are paired with backing vocals sweet enough for a ’60s garage-rock classic. The “Cacophony” lyric video pokes fun at, well, all of the things stressing all of us out at the moment.
“456” Music Video: Dj Amaze x AG (Reggae/dance)
Wilmington, Del. native by way of Philadelphia Dj Amaze is known as The Icon for good reason: he’s worked with Kanye West, Borgore, and J. Cole; his music has been played on Sirius XM Radio, KJMM KJamz Tulsa, and WOCQ OC 104; he’s hosted gigs like Spring Break in Nassau, Bahamas, Cancun, Mexico and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. AG, Alexandar Grant, is a Jamaican-American artist out of Wilmington, DE, who has been featured on the New Talent Playlist 2018 curated by NYC’s “Queen Lexyonce”; AG was also the Carribean Media Personality/Writer for The Rap Fest; 2018 became a breakout year for the artist, as his “Jamerican” sound and summer vibes made him a desirable artist in the modern dancehall genre. “456” has received major airplay love from Power 99 FM Philadelphia and Power 101.7 FM and internet buzz with the #NewWineUpChallenge. In the “456” video (directed by Yikes Lee), Dj Amaze and AG show us all that they know how to throw a party.
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