Gowhere Hip Hop is proud to be a sponsor (along with KevinNottingham.com, host Terry Urban, and Dope Couture) behind the upcoming mixtape from S-Preme called The SickTape Vol. 2. S-Preme is an artist we've been pushin' for well over a year now. That said, you should already be familiar with him if you're a longtime GWHH visitor; yet even if you are, you undoubtedly haven't seen the side of him depicted in the trailer above. Preme effectively promotes the upcoming mixtape while illustrating his colorful and hilarious personality, best seen at the very end of the trailer. He also drops a couple snippets of some never before heard songs that will be off The SickTape Vol. 2 and they sound.. well, sick. If you missed it before, download one of the previously leaked SickTape tracks above: "Radio", which was one of my favorites when it came out. After my early preview, however, you can bet there will be even hotter tracks to come.
Speaking of tracks, there's a couple for you to take a look at below, including the CDQ version of
"Transformer" "I Can Transform Ya" (NEW link w/ updated title/cover art) - the 1st single off Chris Brown's upcoming album, Graffiti. It features Lil' Wayne and is produced by Swizz Beatz and doesn't really do much for me. I really liked Wayne's 'warm-up' punchline but it was one highlight in a song that doesn't boast many more. Saigon also comes through with a shout out track, aptly titled as such. Turtle's shout out was by far the funniest, but still, Lupe Fiasco's F&L Outro >.
There are more videos to behold below as new video premieres from new or up-n-comers FeSo, XV, and Q Da Kid lead things off before another video premiere from Twista (an alternate version of "American Gangster".. shouts 2 Andrew) and another installment of 2Pac's Lost Interview w/ VIBE. Enjoy!
XV "Fall Out The Sky"
Q Da Kid "I Need That"
Twista "American Gangster" [Alternate Video]
2Pac Lost Interview w/ VIBE (Pt. 5)
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