Critically acclaimed rap artist AZ has been brought up in discussions among hip hop heads as one of the most slept on greats of the culture. With over 20 years of projects deep into it, AZ continues to move unscathed and drops music to his fan base. With the awaited release of Doe Or Die 2 (Doe Or Die is the title of AZ’s debut solo album. It has sold over a million copies and is considered a classic.) being promoted to be coming soon, AZ releases a single to feed the streets. Found My Niche finds AZ rhyming in pocket and comfortable in his own skin over a slow tempo. The opening part of the video features a reflective commentary from AZ that sets the tone for the rhymes that follow, which are delivered as a seasoned veteran emcee should. #PRESSPLAY
Hip Hop veteran Fat Joe just released his album, “Family Ties”. Joe has stated that this is his final album. With a catalog of hits under his belt, Joe brings along consistent collaborating producer Dre (of the production duo Cool & Dre) along for his last solo outing. The project’s first single, “Yes”, featured fellow Bronx, NY native Cardi B and generated some waves for the projects release.
His latest visual offering from the album is in the form of the single “Deep”. Under the direction of Irv Gotti (who is still riding high off the success of two critically acclaimed seasons of “Tales” on BET), the video paints a picture to go along with the songs lyrics. Following the storyline of unfaithful love and the emotions involved, the video serves as a short film. With cameos from NORE, Dre, and Irv Gotti, this one is looking like another one to add to Joey Crack’s list of bangers.