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VIDEO: “Confusions”, Pavy (Dir. by Thomas Price)

Promising young Chicago rap artist Pavy has not only been hard at work on his lyrics, but providing fans with visuals to accompany them as well. “Confusion” (with Matic Beats on production), from his latest project, Middle Class Ignorance, was given the cinema treatment, and admittedly, while not initially being in love with the song by itself after initially hearing it, the video definitely helps. With plans to drop more videos for MCI by the beginning of the summer, Pavy is taking the necessary steps to supplant himself in the Chicago hip-hop scene.

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VIDEO! “5 Deadly Venoms”, Vic Spencer ft. Silken, Lady Pharroah, Henny B, Angel Davenport & Crystal La’Juene

It’s been a smidget since we last posted, but I figured that an ill video post would be more than welcome upon re-entry into this fine blogging world. “5 Deadly Venoms” is yet another great track on Vic Spencer’s Vic Greenthumbs…and he doesn’t even spit one verse. Not one bar, hell, not even one word, unless you count his extraterrestrial-like adlibs. The ladies, all five of them, took over this track, beat it up a bit and then finally dismembered it for our ears. And if Henny’s voice isn’t “Lawd”-inducing, I don’t know what the hell is…

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VIDEO: “The Good Fight”, Phonte (Dir. by Kenneth Price)

Little Brother fans all over the globe were ecstatic when group member Phonte’s first solo album, Charity Starts At Home, was released in late September. Phonte is one-half (or one-third, according to fans who believe producer 9th Wonder never really left) of the rap group, who more than a few believe is more lyrically inclined than partner-in-rhyme, Rapper Big Pooh. “The Good Fight”, produced by 9th Wonder, is one of the better tracks on Charity and I’m glad that “Tigallo, Tigallo, Tigallo” tabbed Kenneth Price to orchestrate the visuals.