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Jay Wyse: "Root of All Evil" (Visuals)

Baltimore native Jay Wyse drops his final set of visuals of 2014 in today’s submission, “Root of All Evil,” directed by Anthony Kelly. Instead of a somewhat typical approach to the idea of money being evil, Wyse and Kelly craft a femme-fatatle-meets-The-Wire storyline. It’s something you’ll have to actually see to fully comprehend, but it’s an […]

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A SOTB Interview with Visto

We at SpeedontheBeat.com (read: mostly me with the occasional post from True God, since #DARBusiness) pride ourselves on giving back to the community. One of the ways the site accomplishes this is through setting up Q&As with artists, entrepreneurs, social activists and more. Today’s interviewee is no exception. You may’ve seen him performing at events […]

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An SOTB Interview with Awthentik

Remember when I said SpeedontheBeat.com was ending the year with a bang? Well, today, we’re continuing that. Today, I got the chance to catch up with Awthentik. The multi-faceted DMV artist chats with yours truly about his influences, the story behind the (somewhat) controversial Popular Misconception cover, his music, and how it feels to be a […]

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The Interesting Case of Waka Flocka Flame

I’ll be the first to admit that, in 2010 or 2011, if you said that “in 2014, Waka Flocka Flame will have moments where he would be considered ‘lyrical,’” I would’ve laughed and went back to blaring the hell out of “Grove Street Party” or the Duflocka Rant mixtape. Then, Flocka was known as an artist […]

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Dugee F Buller – Dreamin’ Visuals

From Dugee F Buller himself: DMV’s own Dugee F Buller brings to you yet another visual. On the eve of his newest project, “God Don’t Like Ugly: The Revival (#GDLU)”, Dugee F Buller gives us a new visual for a his song “Dreamin” With his new video “Dreamin’,” Dugee F. Buller makes his splash into […]

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Speed on the Beat Reviews: #OneYearLater

Ok, since we’re reviewing old albums and ish (this is probably the last one for a while), I figure I might as well speak on my first official release One Year Later. As many of you know, I’ve been dropping stuff as a rapper/lyricist/whatever-fancy-ass-way-you-want-to-say-it since at least the early 2000s (hi MPJ-related tracks and “No Mas”). […]

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