Tha New Houston is the brain child of Postman2G. Postman is a known rapper around the city of Houston. His hit Cut Sumthin’ has been making noise in the clubs and has even been played on 97.9 Tha Box. Postman along with Mr. Wiredupohboy, Theazy Staccs, Bosslady Jaye, Southpark Trap, Surreall , 86 (1040 Boyz), and Fastlane have teamed up to give this legendary song a new feel. See what all of the fuss is about in the clip below.
If you know anything about the self-annointed Club God and self-proclaimed inventor of Gangsta Stripper Music, you’ll know he’s as much of a Three 6 Mafia obsessive as we are – you can hear the influence in his production, vocal intensity and dangerously hypnotic hooks.So having worked with Memphis legends Gangsta Boo and Kingpin Skinny Pimp on his latest GSM2 project, Beat King decided to take things a step further and put together his own posse song, featuring his picks from the much overlooked Houston underground.Joining the Club God on ‘Don’t Do Dat’ are Maxo Kream, Moe Gang, The Sauce Factory and Double H-Town.’Don’t Do Dat’ is produced by G Luck & B Don.
PV alumni and one of the hottest turntablists/artists to hit the Texas music scene Dj Chose has released his visual for “Hard to find!” The opening scene of the video, sets the tone for what’s to come, to the tune of Bootsy Collin’s “Rather Be with you.” “Hard to find,” touches on the woes of young love and the back and forth in a relationship. Surely this video will go viral on the web as has his others.