A well done collaboration is a treat for any music lover. It’s even more of a thrill when the artists of said collaboration bring it to life on the small screen. So it was a pretty big deal when EZ Money (Brewed Fresh Records) dropped his latest visual with everyone’s favorite rapper/producer/host Trunk Bussa. The two did a song called “Unstoppable/My Side” which is featured on EZ Money’s latest mixtape, King Of All Kings. It’s a forceful number set to a commanding bass driven production paired with an indelible hook and immense verses. As a whole, the record definitely is deserving of some individual shine. Take a look at the visuals after the jump.
As first place winner of the Milwaukee edition of the Mid-West Blog Tour and due to the fact that The Illixer is a proud supporter of the Brewed Fresh Records brand, decided it was time to give rapper EZ Money some solo shine. And what better way than to present his debut mixtape to readers? The tape is labeled King Of All Kings and includes a total of 18 tracks with guest appearances by names such as Rockz Solid, Trunk Bussa, RA, etc. The title sets a pretty high standard for the tape. Does EZ deliver? Continue reading after the jump to find out.
This past Saturday (3/17/12) was not just another ordinary St. Patrick’s Day in Milwaukee. It was also the night of Sounds From The Othaground 4 at local underground Hip-Hop venue Tha Spot. In honor of the Irish holiday, this sounds event was labeled the “green edition.” Any guests or artists wearing green were entered into a raffle sponsored by Sinista New Breed, rapper T. Wrexz and World Is Yours Entertainment. The prize was a free bottle of Ciroc. Who doesn’t love free alcohol on one of the biggest drinking days of the year? As per usual, Sinista New Breed was the host for the event. DJ Cell was on the one’s and two’s. He gets mad props for spinning the entire night. That’s about 14 acts, the intermissions, and the beginning/end of the event. Cell was working! And other members of the Young Urban Society were on hand as well, mingling and making sure everyone had a good time. Shout out to Mike Hernandez. Performances kicked off with rapper Big $tacks opening up with a party number to get everybody in the right mood. Big Six Street Team took the stage next and brought a gangsta style of Hip-Hop to the table. But it was a dope performance. Everybody worked well together as a unit and there was some ill rhymes being spit. A few more acts took the stage and then there was a brief intermission. Following the break, Brewed Fresh Records femcee/songstress Annie Mae hopped on the mic and switched up the vibe.