Redcoat Da Poet has finally dropped a visual for one of my favorite records on his most recent Ode to the Underground album. Before I jump in, understand this: #AE — ‘Anti-Establishment’ — has been Red’s tag for years now. There’s something to respect in the idea of not wanting to settle for or with standards that’ve already been set. Continue reading
Pastor Troy and His Belt Hit the A3C Main Stage. Photo credit: Nadine Graham
It was more than just dope music circulating and grabbing free parking at Atlanta’s Loudermilk Center — it was about creating a movement. A3C celebrated their 11th year by bringing an expected continuation of some of the dopest film screenings, panels, performances, live art and a plethora of other things to get into. Continue reading
Last week I received an invite to hit DJ Drama’s Means St. Studios for Yo Gotti‘s playback of his latest project The Return. Of course, the North Memphis representative brought some hardbody, street back-and-forthin’ on this one but it was the ‘DMs’ joint that had everyone’s head bobbing from the open kitchen to the pool tables in the next room. MFD had a chance to speak with the rap vet and touch on the importance of watching your DM box on the Gram and what it mean to bring all of Memphis together, once and for all.