Over the course of the 4 minute vividly illustrated parable, “Shine” imaginatively depicts a group of young, ‘Independent’ minds fighting through the covert grip of their oppressors in order to once again illuminate society. The video uniquely showcases the constant conflict between good vs. evil, light vs. darkness. Most evident is the cautionary underlying that the ‘underground’ […]
Boston Hip-Hop faction EMS (Revalation, M-Dot, Kore, Mayhem, Undu Kati, Benefit & Desco) premiered their disingenuous single “The Spittin’ Dead” produced by Soul Infected. Now with the new TV series “Fear The Walking Dead” under way, EMS team up with director Don Chito (Most Wanted Filmz) to distinctly illustrate how specific aspects in society can make us current day zombies. “The Spittin’ Dead” is the second single from EMS […]
In a Voltron esque fashion…M-Dot and the EMS team assemble for this New visual off of ‘Jake LaDOTTA‘ (out now). The crew cut “Today”, shot on green screen, depicts a bunch of friends/family simply having fun evoking a 90’s/good energy feel, all while narrating how each of their days played out respectively. Produced By Esp […]
Gangstarr founding member Big Shug and fellow frequent Beantown collaborator M-Dot (of EMS Crew) spit some sports themed bars over a DJ Brans produced track. Additional cuts performed by DJ DJaz. “Showtime” can be found on Shug’s latest album “Triple OGzus.”
EMS front man, M-Dot drops visuals to the intro record (ironically titled “Finish”) off his latest project “Jake LaDotta” (Out Now). The dramatic film noir setting showcases M-Dot in his childhood stomping grounds of Revere & East Boston (MA). “Finish” delves into the topic of quitting and the endless battle of giving up on life-long dedicated dreams. […]
In lieu of “The Walking Dead” Season Finale, Boston rhyme collective EMS (Revalation, M-Dot, Kore, Mayhem, Undu Kati, Benefit, Desco) forge the world of Hip-Hop with the Undead. The song depicts zombies conversely in our everyday lives, ranging from Social Media, to TV, to Video Games & more.
In honor of the 25th Anniversary of the release of Chubb Rock’s 1990 classic ‘Treat ’em Right’, Mic Stylz returns with one of his infamous remake/remixes. Joined by fellow Bay State MC M-Dot, Stylz takes us back to the “Golden Age” of hip-hop, before fast-forwarding back to 2015.