Glasses Malone and Skeme jump on Sage The Gemini’s remix of “Gas Pedal,” provided by DJ Hed. Listen to the catchy track below.
These are the three songs I’m feelin this week.
Future ft. Lil Wayne – Karate Chop (Remix)
Pull up in the new ‘rarri
Skeme – Comin For Da Money
She ain’t with the bindess I’ma bring the ratchet outta her
Emeli Sande ft. Kendrick Lamar – Next To Me
Ain’t nothin’ bigger than truth
Skeme’s staying busy in the Wundermine-produced track “I Got Work,” featuring one-fifth of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Bizzy Bone. Check out the official video, directed by Dave Patten, above.
We already know whenever DJ Orator is responsible for a track, it turns into club gold. This is no different. Skeme’s gritty raps over Soundz and Orator’s booming production can bring the ratchet out of anyone, just listen below.
Download: Skeme – Coming For Tha Money (Audio)
In celebration of his new album, Alive & Living, Skeme headlined a show at the Key Club last Saturday in Los Angeles and brought out a few friends for the show. Problem, OverDoz., Jay 305, Dom Kennedy, Cali Swag District, Dubb, Bryan Roberts and Bad Lucc all hit the stage in support of their LA homie. Hit the jump for some cool candids and performance snaps provided by Porterhouse LA.
Our brother, Skeme, released his latest album today. Features include Kendrick Lamar, DOM KENNEDY, ScHoolboy Q & more. You can pick it up HERE!
Brooklyn spitter Kris Kasanova enlists Skeme and Jarv Dee for “Shut Em Down” off his upcoming project 24K, due out in September. Produced by Ibe.
Skeme got a project called, Alive & Living, dropping this year. Be on the lookout!
Skeme presents the video for his first single, “Ain’t Bout That Life” off his upcoming debut album Alive & Living. Make sure to support and cop the track off iTunes and stay tuned for the album dropping October 16th.
Directed by Daniel Czernilofsky for Black Diamonds.
The video for the unreleased Problem track “iPhones & Bad Bitches” was shot completely on the iPhone 4S. Cut by Bryant Robinson and directed by Topshelf Junior. Goes to show you, it’s about the eye not the equipment.