We at 503tv got turned on to this song today and wanted to share it. Dope song and great visuals. Below is the Youtube video description.
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Koolin – by Gem Starks featuring K.M.
Producer: ID Labs
Director: Martin Van Londen
Description: This music video takes place in the beautiful City of Roses aka Portland, OR. This is my first invite for anyone who has never been to the northwest but, find themselves pondering the life of locals. Come be my shadow for a minute as K.M., my posse and I take you on a trip.
Check out the latest video from North East Portland artist Ad-vice. Visit www.Advice503.com to download the Master of None entire project. Show your support by purchasing Checkered Flag by Ad-vice in all major digital retailers
“Gods Be Gods” is another standout track taken from his latest release “Gold Kilos In The Trap”
“Gold Kilos In The Trap” is available for FREE DOWNLOAD!
Visuals Shot by: Connor Limbocker & Cody Murphy
Edited by Connor Limbocker
Also get more music from Mikey Vegaz at: www.PyrexMedia.com
Easy Mccoy Feat 6ix
Rolling Prod: Centric
Performing Live at Roseland Theater
Video Edited By: Desean Ray “DSR Films”
Golden Era Mixtape.
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Young And Gifted
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[Twitter] @THEREALDUBBLEOO @PHILTHYRICHFOD [Instagram] @dubbleoo @philthyrichfod Philthy Rich & Dubble-OO release music video for song “keep it a 100” off of their upcoming album M.P.R. money-power-respect
The Northwest Breakout Show Presents:
The Greatest Toy Drive Ever Concert Series
& Gift Drive
Maniac Lok & Drae Steves x Juma Blaq x Steveo x 6ix x Monsta
Hosted by Cool Nutz
Friday October 11th, 2013
The Blue Monk 3341 SE Belmont St Portland, OR 97214
8PM 21&Over $7 General Admission $3 With Gift Donation
Benefiting the families of Self Enhancement Inc.
Wanted to let you know about our upcoming Toy/Gift Drive Concert Series that will be taking place on October 11th, November 8th and December 14th. We are working hard this year to raise awareness for those in need of donations during the holiday season, and would love to have your support on this positive endeavor.
The initial event will be taking place this Friday October 11th at The Blue Monk and will feature performances from Maniac Lok & Drae Steves x Juma Blaq x Steveo x 6ix x Monsta. This is event is 21 & Over and we are looking for all donations of Toys & Gifts to benefit families of Self Enhancement Inc and others in need.
Any support from your respective entity, group, or organization is greatly appreciated, as we are using the platform of hip-hop to give back to those in need. Feel free to get back to me with any questions that you might have regarding this great series of hip-hop shows and gift drives.
Click Here for the Event Invitation and for more information.
1.bear all or part of the weight of; hold up.“the dome was supported by a hundred white columns”
synonyms: hold up, bear, carry, prop up, keep up, brace, shore up, underpin,buttress, reinforce, undergird More
2.give assistance to, esp. financially; enable to function or act.“the government gives $2.5 billion a year to support the activities of the voluntary sector”
synonyms: help, aid, assist; More
The purpose of this post isn’t to point fingers or dwell on a problem, it’s to try to begin the discussion of how to bring about change. Problem: overall, we as Portland artists (of all kinds) do not show one another enough support. Why? In my opinion it is because we have been conditioned to believe that there is not enough for us all to eat. In our minds when one of us is winning they’re limiting our opportunities to do the same, better yet, they’re taking food off our plates. It’s not because Portland people are bread to hate or to be bitter, it’s because we haven’t seen enough of us succeed to realize that opportunities are plentiful. Which is ironic because I truly believe we haven’t seen enough of us succeed because we don’t support one another. See where I’m going with this? Right, it’s a vicious cycle.
If you were hoping to read this post and find that evasive quick fix then let me apologize, I just hope we can all agree on the issue and slowly begin to show love in our own ways. Before Scarface I knew nothing about Houston or southern Hip Hop. But because those from his city and region supported him and others like him the south has been flooding the radio airways for years now.
One powerful tool that I know we personally are under utilizing is social media. A “like” goes a long way, re-posts and shares go even further. We’re not looking to start a “movement” let’s just do better.
By the way, thanks for reading our blog 😉
We wanted to share the work of one of the best doing it. We’ve been paying close attention to Damon Jamal since we had the opportunity to work together on the “Music is a Privilege” tours. Salute!
Check him out showing love to the crew and some behind the scenes video from the tour below.