Tag Archives: indie hip hop
When A Night of Nashville Hip Hop came to The Cobra Nashville in October, it ended up being one of the best nights in the young history of NashLive!
You know what they say: every blockbuster deserves a sequel!See the Lineup
We may be in the dead of winter, but Tee Walls is turning up the heat.Watch the Video
Nashville’s growing hip hop community will soon have another chance to shine, courtesy of NashLive!
We’ll be presenting A Night of Nashville Hip Hop at Cobra Nashville (2511 Gallatin Ave.) on Saturday, October 16. This showcase event — presented in conjunction with Wall to Wall Entertainment and our friends at Music City Movement — features a lineup of five of Music City’s prolific independent hip hop artists, including:
*-Denotes Wall to Wall Entertainment artist.
Enjoy this Night of Nashville Hip Hop for just $10 at the door. Doors are at 8 p.m., with music hitting the stage at 8:30 p.m. You must be 21 or older to enter.
Nashville’s growing hip hop community will soon have another chance to shine, courtesy of Live from the 615.Learn More
Lord Goldie stopped by Real Music Nashville with VīB’s Chaun Davis to join Michelle and Jenna for a game of Cards Against Humanity on this edition of Fun -N- Games.
As you can tell already, things get a little wild. We might get canceled for this one…Watch it Live (6 p.m. CT)
We begin our Live from the 615 Summer Rewind series with a powerful message.Watch the Video
Nashville native Gee Slab has been creating since he was eight years old. Since then, he has been featured by VIBE, Nashville Scene, and NPR, and founded BINO (Believe In New Opportunity), a lifestyle brand and multimedia company which gives back to the Nashville community by working with artists, mentoring kids, and partnering with grassroots organizations to create a better city.Watch ‘Triple Beam’
It’s always a treat when we see a submission in our inbox from another continent. Today’s Daily Spinn comes to us all the way from southern Africa.Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
HERU HERU’s Ah-Deli and Foundation Mecca find themselves on a mission. Inspired by the golden era and the legends who paved the way, they strive to make room for lyricism in the modern hip hop landscape.
In December, they released their Cashvillians EP. With this latest effort, it seems that they’re well on their way toward accomplishing their mission.Hear ‘Cashvillians’