If you’re looking for an alternative to the Nike Fuel Band, the Fibit Force is something that might be worth checking out. Worn on your wrist like a watch, the Fibit Force tracks of all your daily activity ranging from the number of steps you take, distance traveled, calories burned, and it even monitors your sleep. It offers the convenience of owning a watch, and now it includes an improved OLED screen with the ability to sync with your phone through Bluetooth. The Fitbit Force offers an array of features, so if you’re in need of some new wrist wear, head on over to Fitbit here.
While Roc Marciano was in Chicago for a Closed Session and performance at Digital Freshness, he hit the studio with Tree, the rising emcee/producer who gained much notoriety with last years Sunday School mixtape. Roc and Tree definitely hit it off in the studio and after one thing led to another, Tree began spontaneously asking Roc Marciano a series of questions relating to Roc’s realization of skills, wordplay, and imagery within his craft. Definitely a dope clip. Lookout for Sunday School 2 coming soon via Closed Sessions, as well as the proper Roc Marciano CS as well.
Curren$y and the Jet Life crew rolled into Chicago on the day after Thanksgiving. Before their show at the Congress, they set up shop at SoundScape for a day of working with Thelonious Martin and Closed Sessions. We posted some pics a couple weeks ago, and today we get the Spitta side of things in this new episode of his Studio Sessions series. The clip features Curren$y and Roddy recording “Bitch Yeah”, one of the songs finished that day.
“Bitch Yeah” is the newest episode of the Studio Sessions series that follows recording sessions of Jet Life. Spitta & Young Roddy work on tracks at “Closed Sessions” in Chicago during The Stoned Immaculate Tour.” via @fortyfps.
Today we are happy to premiere the latest visual from Onis’ recent project The Time is Now. “Do Better,” is a soulful, faithful, straight forward track, which ingrains the morals of hard work and determination into your head. Produced by Nascent & QB, this track perfectly portrays the mind-frame of Onis, as he continues to grow in the industry. Watch below as Heart of The City TV takes us on a journey through the Windy City, showcasing the hustle that is Chicago. Download The Time is Now& don’t miss #TheComeup 2013. Shouts to Stay Humble Ent.
In an upcoming movie titled “Downloaded” the brains of Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker changed the future of the music industry forever, after releasing the file-sharing service, Napster. Film-maker Alex Winter has created a documentary telling the story of Fanning and Parker’s historical battle with the Recording Industry Association of America. Featuring the infamous duo, the documentary not only focuses on how Napster revolutionized music, but also the failures of record companies in keeping up with peer-to-peer sharing, by fighting the idea instead of embracing it. Watch the trailer after the jump.
Pusha T is here today with the trailer for his upcoming mixtape, Wrath of Caine . The last track Pusha dropped “Blocka,” definitely set the tone for the project with features from Popcaan & Travis $cott. Today we get the visual representation of the project. Hit the jump for the clip.
After just premiering the video on 106 & park, Rockie Fresh is here with his “Nobody” video, which as expected, is truly an innovative step in the realm of music videos. Directed by Nem Perez, the video features a dope use of 3D graphics as well as Rockie’s staple ride, a Delorean. Electric Highway is due January 29th, 2013 and is definitely sounding like Rockie evolved effortlessly with this project. Only direction to go is up.
Top 5 things LA’s Alexander Spit is thankful for: Drugs, drink, women, BMWs and Jason Goldwatch’s pending video. Lol. We informed yall about Spit a while back and he’s now readying a project, A Breathtaking Trip To That Otherside, which will likely turn plenty of heads… Here’s a teaser of the “A Breathtaking Trip“ video directed by Jason Goldwatch for that project, due January 29th on Decon.
In suprising fashion, Raekwon and the good folks at LRG dug out some visuals for Rae’s “Scroll” off his 2011 Shaolin vs. Wu Tang LP. Shot on location in the Netherlands while Rae was doing business in the European nation last year. He takes on a serious persona as an American murderer, running rampid in a foreign nation. Hit the jump for the visuals.