We were on the scene for the upcoming video of “Throw Fits” with Juvenile, Yung Miami, G-Eazy, and Super Producer London On Tha Track. The block party scene was located on Frenchmen Street, at the Blue Nile. Many people gathered together to be apart of a culture filled scene in the middle of the street.
We were invited by Freewater, who came together and gathered many people to come out and dance, party, and be apart of dope scene of the video shoot. They also gave a crawfish boil for the everyone came out. We caught London On Tha Track and Juvenile enjoying crawfish.
Everyone was enjoying themselves, especially G-Eazy, as he amps the crowd and embrace the fans and people gathering in their presence. London On Tha Track gathered the people and upcoming local artists from the city for shoots in the video and also embraced them with photos and gracing his presence as well.
The atmosphere was full of beautiful vibes as well as beautiful people coming together. Even though the sun was vibrant, nothing amounted to the huge smiles of the people enjoying themselves. One thing we noticed was the video had an abundant feel of the culture. There was a second line band, ladies twerking, vibrant colors in everyone’s attire, and much more.
We are confident that the video will capture the New Orleans culture. As natives, it was refreshing to be apart what should be a hit single! The video will add more insight of our culture. With the city always being an influence in the hip hop scene, “Throw Fits” will stamp where it all began! Our music, food, and amazing people has any tourist visiting leaving with high vibrations and happiness.
Be on the look out for the video! We will keep you In The Nyte Lyfe even in The Daytime!
Early this month we went full throttle on the road with some dope upcoming artists from the South. Linking with Big Who from Houston connected us with far more than we imagined!
We had a super dope weekend as we connected with many arising artists.
We linked up with Crowd Control Music Entertainment with Christy Duffy and Joanna Applegate. They welcomed us with great hospitality in Tallahassee. We got to check out Kodak Black and Q Money as well. We then traveled to ATL and linked up with OMB Bloodbath and her camp. 4PF Lil Nate, Tray K with Taliban Gang/Lil Mexico, Mykko Montana, FNM $hoota, International T, and many more.
First stop was Dallas : BG Kenny Lou Appears as Special guests for Arlington’s Lil Splurge
Tallahassee Fl. Scoot Bankz opens up for Kodak Black during FAMU Homecoming show at Potbelly’s
Atlanta, GA “AC3” We visit OMB Bloodbath and a Host of others
We recieved an invitation to 3D’s Krazy Kitchen “4th Annual Back 2 School Drive” for August 19th of 2018. This event was filled with friendly entertainment for all ages. There were backpack giveaways including raffles, space walks, music, and great food for the children to enjoy.
The school drive increased the families present drive and motivation for this currents school year. Being able to bring smiles as well as becoming a black owned business for the community to confine in is what’s called black excellence. We had the pleasure to meet with The Gibsons, the owners of 3D’s Krazy Kitchen. Their eagerness to assist in the community was graceful. This humble couple served a purpose from above to give back in the most postive way. To see their business flourish shows how supporting your own is so important.
We enjoyed connecting with 3D’s Krazy Kitchen as well as Southern Heat Entertainment, DJ Sir Jay Boogie, Starlitz Xpress Cheer, IHI, Official Authentic, 3D’ Lounge, and Hard Head Rides.
We also enjoyed 3D’s One Stop Shop, the place to be for your delicious cajun and southern meals with a good drink. This is a great place right on time to watch the games to having a drink after work. They serve anything you want from wings, pasta, burgers, nachos, sweets, and much more. You can visit the One Stop Shop on 5928 Leedale St. Houston TX, 77016.
We had Westbank’s Artist FNM $hoota as our featured guest on the Hip-Hop Live Review Show in Houston and enjoyed his company. Check out The footage with Nyte Lyfe Lexx as they chop it up about his latest projects, point of views on music today, the culture of hip-hop, and more.
You can find FNM $hoota at @fnm_shoota (IG) and www.familyandmoneyent.com
Now we thought we have seen it all, but Drake has become the Spokesman for Woman across the world with “Nice For What”. As he tease fans saying a new track produced by Murda Beatz is on the way, he then drops “Nice For What” video last night. With samples of Lauryn Hill (Ex Factor) and New Orleans bounce with Big Freedia, DJ Blaq and Mild, and 5th Ward Webbie sample across the song, he doing it for the culture. With Cardi B’s debut album being released, Drake shed some major light with his highlight of the month, or maybe the year?
The OVO General debuts the video with a star studded cast of woman. Featuring Issa Rae, Tiffany Haddish, Rashida Jones, Tracee Ellis Ross, Letitia Wright from Black Panther, and many, many more.
With the production, we salute Drake as we are New Orleans Natives. The track starts off with Big Freedia, New Orleans Bounce Artist. It had us in awe that the super artist praise our culture the way he does. The song has an upbeat to it and gives you a reason to move. He embraced New Orleans culture from the roots with this one. This should make everyone smile from the hometown. He dedicates it to the ladies, and praises them as well. Throughout the video, Drake displays all of these successful women living their best of life. We salute Drake for such another dope video. “God’s Plan” topped the cake, but now is another anthem especially for the women across the nation.
The Baton Rouge Artist Boosie Badazz, just dropped his double LP “Boopac”. As you can see, its title is in reference to the late Tupac, which Boosie would compare himself to. The album contains 24 tracks with features from affiliated with his camp, Lee Banks, B. Will, and Yung Bleu. He also has a guest spot by Atlanta’s London Jae. You can listen to “Boopac” on Spotify, ITunes, and other digital platforms.
As natives of Louisiana, we have to celebrate Juvenile’s “400 Degreez” which dropped today 19 years ago. His third album sold about 80,000 the first week. In 1998, the album was released with Cash Money Records/ Universal Records. With the album selling over 5 millions copies, it is remained one of the top selling projects on Cash Money.