Did you catch our Live session Thursday 26th April where we aired this mini Interview with local Rapper/Rapso Artiste Da Face??…Just in case you did miss it… here is the full clip….Enjoy!
Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino dropped a new song and video on May 5th 2018. The visuals…the lyrics…OH WORD!
Definitely a must see… Thoughts anyone?
Love & Hennessy Trinidad – featuring Safaree also Trinidad’s Very Own: Salty & Akeem, Kerry John, Swappy, Junior K & Chromatics
Special Guest Appearance: Queens Finest – Bang’em Smurf
Saturday April 7th, 2018
Love & Hennessy Trinidad will be Hosted by Nazia Fancy & 416 and The City
Music by AKEEM 5.0, Selector Myles, Selector Jibbs
Featuring Celebrity guest Safaree from Love & Hip Hop L.A. & N.Y., MTV, BET, The Breakfast Club & More…
Venue: VAS Lounge – 16 Rust Street, Port of Spain – Trinidad W.I.
Limited $30 USD Tickets on Sale Now at VIPClubMaster.com
Dress To Impress, Mature Clientele – Please Drink Responsibly.
Check out another ‘Love in the House’ vlog from Shinez Story out on a yatch with legendary Soca Star Machel Montano and International Hip Hop Star French Montana on his visit to Trinidad and Tobago for Carnival 2018.
To see more from Shinez Story check out his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/shinezstory/
Best known for 1994 hip-hop classic “Flava in Ya Ear”
Craig Mack has died aged 46, Associated Press reports. He died of natural causes at home in Walterboro, South Carolina on Monday night, according to AP, which cites the Colleton County coroner. The New York rapper broke out in 1994 with “Flava in Ya Ear,” released on Diddy’s Bad Boy Records. It became ubiquitous when Bad Boy released a remix featuring a then-rising Biggie Smalls alongside LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, and Rampage. Mack, who grew up in Brentwood, Long Island, originally recorded as MC EZ, before debuting on Bad Boy with Project: Funk da World, which includes “Flava in Ya Ear.” After releasing a second album, Operation: Get Down, in 1997, Mack moved to South Carolina and became an evangelical Christian.
Alvin Toney, producer of Project: Funk da World, says Mack “was prepared for whatever comes, to go home to the Lord,” in an interview with New York Daily News. DJ Scratch, Funkmaster Flex, and M.I.A. are among those who have paid tribute. See their posts below.
Wisdom of a Wolf, is the bold, new memoir by Bang ‘Em Smurf that seeks to put to rest the many questions in the minds of fans and foes alike. Much has been said about Smurf’s triumph on the streets of Queens, New York, and the fall-outs that followed. There were countless interviews by those who heard rumours. But there is nothing like getting the true story from the horse’s mouth. There has really been a one-sided account of the story to this day. But now readers are about to discover for themselves what really went down and what made Smurf who he is today. He is a man just like any other who seeks to return to his feet while holding strong.
The epic story unfolds with a flashback to his early days in Trinidad when as a boy in the community of Morvant he learned about loyalty to family and friends. A lesson that would later see him devoting his life to his community wherever that is. Wisdom of a Wolf, takes us through Smurf’s preparation for life from the streets of New York to where and when his journey with Hip Hop started. That experience involved encounters with some of the legendary greats of that industry. We then move on to his incarceration and how that impacted his life Then, we delve into his deportation to Trinidad and Tobago and the aftermath. As well as, the culture shock and, the reintegration back into a society so similar in some ways to New York but different in many aspects. Smurf is well known too for looking out for those who have been oppressed. So, we will discover what he has been up to in life on an island in the Caribbean Sea. Take a look inside: Wisdom of a Wolf and discover for yourself a self-made man who tells it as it is while dropping words of wisdom for the young ones.