San Jose artist Cola has been working hard on his album "NoSuchThing" for a little under a year, and this video is an introduction to what is about to drop on Oct. 21st, 2014. With music produced by Merc, and visuals by Zeroscope, this wavy video will leave you asking for more.
We completely forgot about this video in our archives. Check out DeBug’s first Throw Back Thursday #tbt a little blast from the past of the little happenings that happen at DeBug’s front doors…literally.
This week in Hip Hop was good because so many artist are dropping so many different styles of Hip Hop music from different cities all over the Northern California. From Aftah Sum and his Hood Anthems, to A1 and his Abstract/Thought Provoking/Electro music, to the RnB styles of Maeli and Taj Withers. So kick back and have yourself a seat, dim the lights and enjoy this weeks playlist.
2013 was a big year in Hip Hop for San Jose considering all the projects that were released, artists going on tours, music videos going viral, and blogs all over the net promoting San Jose Artists. 2014 is going to be an even bigger year since the door was opened in 2013. Here is a list of some artists who are making that next move for San Jose Hip Hop history.
Every Year, Bay Area Label and Rap crew RonDavoux Records unleash...
RonDaVOODOO to the Underworld...
...Ghosts, Vampires, Ghouls and Demons may seem timid compared to the mysteries of this force. The Spirits are Summoned through Live Sermons, Esoteric Music, films that make Thriller look friendly & Secret GRG rituals...
This past month has been big in Hip Hop with the arrival of new talent and the growth of artists we already respect. This week's post is a compilation of the new breed, as well as veterans who took the stage this month. So kickback and listen to this weeks "We Speak Baylingual" playlist, and let us know what you think.
SV De-Bug's journalist Baylingual was invited to an event at Pesos Bodega, a local street wear/fashion boutique in the South Bay. Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony was promoting his The Life Apparel (TL). Check out this interview with Krayzie Bone who talks about performing with the Eazy-E hologram, longevity in music, upcoming goals, and more.