D Prime 215 “What They Tell Us” Video

Philly’s own prolific emcee, D Prime 215 delivers more mind-blowing realities in his latest video “What They Tell Us.” The single/video, produced by Johann Sebastian, is off Prime’s latest “Sacred Mantra” EP, available on all major platforms.

“Mass media controls how many people get their news. The issue is, it’s not always accurate or close to it. When it comes to Black Folk, accurate isn’t even a thought most of the time. Negative statistics and stereotypes permeate the media as the overpowering narrative. This one-sided narrative is viewed as Gospel by those who don’t come in to contact with Black Folk on a regular basis if at all. As a Black Man, being viewed as the sum of negativity is asinine to me, as if that’s ALL we are. This record is my 2 Cents on it. I present to you “What They Tell Us.” Press Play.” – D Prime 215

The video is a simple one, just D Prime walking through his city of brotherly love. Because of his intricate wordplay and ingenious lyricism, there’s no need for gimmicks to entice viewers in. Also, a mini-film or animation, etc., would just take away from Prime’s lyrical declaration.

Prime addresses stereotypes placed on African Americans repeatedly for centuries. He also claims his human stance, free of felonies and other negative connotations. He goes on to mention that deliberately damaging advancements for African Americans must come to an end.  It makes you raise an eyebrow and wonder if others were just born jealous.  Prime delivers his revolutionary rhymes over chilling, hair-raising production blended with classic cuts and scratches. Watch “What They Tell Us” and connect with D Prime 215 and Johann Sebastian below.

About D Prime 215

In the English language, the word “Prime” is defined as “of first importance”. One could certainly say that Philadelphian emcee D Prime 215 has christened himself appropriately, as hip-hop has been of first importance in this young man’s life since he picked up a pad and pen in 2009. You can hear the warm, “golden era” sounds of J Dilla, A Tribe Called Quest and hometown heroes The Roots pulsing through his music, but with an updated, current twist. Prime’s held his own on wax with underground veterans like Reef the Lost Cauze, Hezekiah and Has-Lo, and shared the stage with heavyweight names such as Torae and Marco Polo. His approach is straightforward, his words honest, and his work ethic diligent. D Prime 215 is on a mission to create songs that stand the test of time, and with his unique blend of the old and the new, he’s sure to accomplish just that.

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Philly’s Own D Prime 215 Drops “Sacred Mantra” Visuals

Esteemed Philly lyricist D Prime 215 and producer Hezekiah release visuals for “Sacred Mantra.” The single/video is the title track off Prime’s second solo EP, available everywhere music is sold.

Prime wastes no time to deliver his flow over classic boom-bap cadences blended with sharp electric tones. The simple video leaves no room for distraction, only eyes and ears digesting infectious, conscious wordplay.

Prime takes great pride in being true to oneself and “Sacred Mantra” is no exception. With his feet planted firmly, Prime’s bars run his narrative. A narrative of a man who has “no room for houses and cars, but my word is bond.”

The intricate wordsmith reminders listeners that at the end of the day our words and actions are all we have to fall back on. Prime will continue to stay true while he lives out his dreams. Watch “Sacred Mantra” (directed by JL Jupiter) and connect with D Prime 215 and Hezekiah below.

D Prime 215

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About D Prime 215

In the English language, the word “Prime” is defined as “of first importance”. One could certainly say that Philadelphian emcee D Prime 215 has christened himself appropriately, as hip-hop has been of first importance in this young man’s life since he picked up a pad and pen in 2009. You can hear the warm, “golden era” sounds of J Dilla, A Tribe Called Quest and hometown heroes The Roots pulsing through his music, but with an updated, current twist. Prime’s held his own on wax with underground veterans like Reef the Lost Cauze, Hezekiah and Has-Lo, and shared the stage with heavyweight names such as Torae and Marco Polo. His approach is straightforward, his words honest, and his work ethic diligent. D Prime 215 is on a mission to create songs that stand the test of time, and with his unique blend of the old and the new, he’s sure to accomplish just that.

Base AuraGammi Ft. Freeway “Whoodie Whoo the Remix”

Base AuraGammi is heating up the industry with  “Whoodie Whoo the Remix”  featuring Hip Hop heavyweight Freeway.

The unlikely duo hit heavy with a fresh ‘streets meet the club’ track. Come sunrise the infamous kingpins push their craft and boost their blocks, then chase midnight shadows popping bottles from club to club.

The intense arrangement of cadences and beats is sure to have listeners head nodding and cars thumping. Stream “Whoodie Whoo the Remix” and connect with Base AuraGammi on Twitter and Instagram.

D Prime 215 “Reasons Why” Video

D Prime 215 returns for the 2nd video release of his “Sacred Mantra” EP.  “Reasons Why” produced by Has-Lo, is a tell-all into Prime’s world of emceeing, dating back to 93’.

D Prime 215 “Sacred Mantra” EP on Spotify 

“Every artist has their “Reasons Why” they create. Some for the sake of it, as a means to an end, tell stories, impress others, or all the above. For me, it’s all the above. However, as I grow as a person it inevitably bleeds into my music. There’s a lot going on in the world that affects me in a way that may be different from others. It’s inevitable that I address it. Especially in my city of Philadelphia. Let it be gentrification, school closings, “misallocation” of funds for public schools & inner city, crime, questioning the prison system, or the school to prison pipeline to name a few. I see these things firsthand, and I wanted to make it evident that Philly is a lot more than merely cheesesteaks and the Liberty Bell. It’s Philly all day over here, the presentation may be different from what you’re used to. It’s more than simply “rap” to me, that being said I was out for blood on this.” – D Prime 215

The Philly native utilizes his mastered skillset of storytelling to embody the world around him, ongoing societal issues, as well as what he represents. In “Reasons Why” Prime vividly portrays reasons for putting his life into the pen and being a voice for those on the other side of the fence.  Bar for bar he breaks down gentrification, tainted school systems, inner-city crime hidden behind Philly’s tourist attractions, and other community distresses.

Has-Lo’s intense piano keys blended with soulful bass and drums invite listeners to feel the emotion and vibrations from Prime’s polished and compelling storytelling. Watch “Reasons Why” and connect with D Prime 215 and Has-Lo below.

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Swerv Ft. Peedi Crakk “Keep Acting” Video

Brick City’s Swerv links with Philly legend Peedi Crakk for “Keep Acting” single/video. The track produced by Ruff Ryders associate Mozart was shot in front of Max’s, the Iconic cheesesteak landmark.

The rugged duo sees through the bullsh*t and steps quickly to lay their enemies out flat. Their cutthroat message flows over a street mix with striking tones. Watch “Keep Acting” and connect with Swerv on Instagram @swerv_1.0 and at Swerv World on YouTube.

D Prime 215 x Has-Lo “Reasons Why”

D Prime 215 is back with the 2nd release of his “Sacred Mantra” EP. “Reasons Why” produced by Has-Lo, is a tell-all into Prime’s world of emceeing, dating back to 93’.

D Prime 215 “Sacred Mantra” EP on Spotify

The Philly native utilizes his mastered skillset of storytelling to embody the world around him, ongoing societal issues, as well as what he represents. In “Reasons Why” Prime vividly describes his reasons for putting his life into the pen and being a voice for those on the other side of the fence.  Bar for bar he breaks down gentrification, tainted school systems, inner-city crime hidden behind Philly’s tourist attractions, and other community distresses.

Has-Lo’s intense piano keys blended with soulful bass and drums invite listeners to feel the emotion and vibrations from Prime’s polished and compelling storytelling. Stream “Reasons Why” and connect with D Prime 215 and Has-Lo below.

D Prime 215 on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Has-Lo on Facebook | Twitter

M.A.D.E “Bar Crawl” Ft. 3T3N & Biz Mighty

Philly Hip Hop emcee/producer duo links with fellow Philly artists 3T3N and Biz Might for a new, eccentric single titled “Bar Crawl.”

The duo, moving on autopilot and named bosses in any and all contests, bring their A-game for adrenaline-induced doses of ear milk.

The cosmic and psychedelic tones blended with hard bass and striking drums entice listeners in for an unconventional, unforgettable ride. Each emcee displays diverse lyricism with unmatched fiery bars. Stream “Bar Crawl” and connect with M.A.D.E below.

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Knucklez Releases “I Aint Wit You” Visuals

Multifaceted Hip Hop artist Knucklez, releases visuals for “I Aint Wit You”, off his highly celebrated album “The Plague.”

The Philly sensation links with producer Boffatbeatz and Madd Labs TV to deliver a mafia theme flick. Over a kaleidoscope of cosmic tones and striking bass, Knucklez declares his solo takeover, Gotti style.

“Always on the let go, no I aint wit you”, he’s armed and hunting whack industry players and rappers like ducks. Knucklez cutthroat and gritty use of wordplay along with his headstrong hook is a reminder of the tenacity that exudes from Philly Hip Hop.

Watch “I Aint Wit You” official video and stream “The Plague” on Spotify

Knucklez on Facebook @BloodyKnucklez | Twitter @Bl00dyKnucklez | Instagram @Bl00dyKnucklez

D Prime 215 Releases “State Ya Biz” Video

Philly based emcee D Prime 215 links with producer J. DePina and DJ Soulbuck for “State Ya Biz”, lead single off his second EP titled “Sacred Mantra.”

The Philly phenom’s music is recognized for the emergence of ‘golden era’ sounds mixed with novel twists, and “State Ya Biz” is no exception. “I’m on a steadfast mission to curate records that stand the test of time, and with my unique blend of old and new, there’s no room for disappointment.”

Prime delivers classic ‘ear milk’ with a distinct message to ‘state ya biz’. No need for half-stepping, state your intentions and your actions will follow. Whether friend or foe, there’s no impact on Prime’s drive musically or personally.

DePina embodies a blend of funk and jazz with classic scratches laid down by DJ Soulbuck for a throwback vibe. The striking bass and drums heighten Prime’s wordplay. Watch “State Ya Biz” and connect with D Prime 215 below.

Connect with D Prime 215 @DPrime215 on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Philly’s Gran Centennial Drops “Big Boss Man”

Philly native Gran Centennial drops a catchy new record titled “Big Boss Man.” 

The skilled rapper delivers both a club and street banger over intense bass and striking drums. He declares his stance as #1 stunner with all eyes on him, and like Gotti he owns the streets. Centennial also reminds naysayers of his big deals, big hits, big shows, big entourage, and of course his ‘big boss man’ moves in the booth. Stream “Big Boss Man’ and connect with Centennial below.

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