Indiana-bred up-and-comer Nyzzy Nyce has been busy building a following over the past couple years. His debut album Have a Nyce Day debuted back in January of 2012 and his MYCITY and HipHop4theCity movements have earned him attention as a philanthropist and he's also been featured on the hit BET show 106 and Park. We recommend you keep an eye on Nyzzy, because his thoughtful flow and strong hometown roots make for some interesting tracks that won't go unnoticed. Check out his video for "I Just Rather": Follow Nyzzy on Twitter: Tweets by @ItsNyzzy
In this episode of Fuse's hip-hop-centric show United States of Hip-Hop, the hosts of the show sound off on whether or not the talent of rapping is genetic. The hosts give their take on Big Pun's son Chris Rivers' recent freestyle on Hot 97. Check out the video below, and be sure to take note of host John Reed's impeccable Rocksmith style. and be sure to emulate him with our Summer 2013 Collection, available now.
Talib Kweli stopped by Fuse's studio to speak his piece about the current state of the hip-hop genre on United States of Hip-Hop. Wearing our Notorious 81 tee. Talib explains why he's optimistic about the future of hip-hop-- check out the interview below. Watch the video here: Follow Talib on Twitter: Tweets by @TalibKweli & check out our Summer 2013 Collection, available now.
Brooklyn's own Astronomical Kid is only sixteen, but he's building quite a reputation as an up-and-coming emcee-- not to mention he has impeccable style. Astro was featured on BET's 106 & Park doing a little freestyling in our Ohio crew sweater and Snapback. Check out the video below, where Astro gives us a little background on his inspirations and does a quick flow: Follow Astro on Twitter: Tweets by @AstronomicalKid & Check out Rocksmith's Spring Collection, available now.
Brooklyn's own Joell Ortiz brings the Puerto Rican pride hard in his new video for "Roll Deep." Ortiz-- who's also 1/4 of supergroup Slaughterhouse-- is known for previous collaborations with Dr. Dre, Eminem, and A$AP Rocky. Featuring a heavy Puerto Rican influence and a super catchy hook, Ortiz and his crew sport a slew of Rocksmith snapbacks in the casual street-heavy video. Check out the video here: Follow Joell on Twitter: Tweets by @JoellOrtiz & dress your best in Rocksmith's Spring 2013 Collection!