There was a time where most people would assume that Juvenile was done with his rap career, but recently he’s been coming out with a lot of music and even getting big features like this one. Here’s his new music video with Rick Ross for “Power”.
There’s been some radio beef developing in New York recently between two very famous men, DJ Funk Flex and DJ Clue. Apparently Clue had a Nicki Minaj song stashed away to premiere but Flex hacked his e-mail, stole it from him, and premiered it on his station. Not the best radio etiquette if you ask me, but here are the two rants they sent to each other addressing the issue. Funk Flex fired shots first, then Clue retaliated.
Damn. He goes on Power 106 and asks for the “Otis” beat right away. Pretty impressed by what he spit over it. Usually people wouldn’t give Justin Biber credit for rapping but I think he killed it. So that’s that, here’s the video. Hopefully he still sticks to his master art of singing but this was nice.
This video has a million views, but I feel like it still hasn’t been circulated enough around the interwebs, so I’m posting it on our blog again. The Machine Civilization project was done to bring awareness to the natural disaster of the earthquake earlier this year, and Genki Sudo’s project is making a huge impact throughout the world.
Here is also another video of the Streak Man show with Dell
From the World Order official site.
Genki Sudo’s career as a musician has finally begun. “Giving 100% on the entrance; giving 100% on the match” is what Sudo would say during his career as a fighter, and he was widely known not only to martial arts fans, as a fighter who placed importance on expressing martial arts as a form of entertainment. And finally, the start of “World Order”, his music project as a genuine artist has come. His philosophy and charisma are still present, pointing out the importance of countering the negative generation we are in now with a positive attitude. As well as Sudo’s singing, songs produced by Mito (Clammbon), and others co-written with Takashi Watanabe (engineer for artists such as Denki Groove), the pop, sensitive music along and high quality dance performance have also attracted an audience, with their music video already having over 200,000 views on YouTube! With a whole new visual and musical performance like no other, this project is sure to cross many boundaries and gain attention!
A 7 person performance group consisting of 6 elite male dancers and Entertainer / Writer / former mixed martial artist etc., Genki Sudo. Collaborating with other top artists, Sudo directly produces the project, focusing on the originality of both music and the dance.