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Video Premiere: $osa – Gift to the Streets Vlog Series Episode 6
Episode 6 of $osa’s Gift to the Streets vlog series features an out of town performance from Cleveland as well as a spot back home at McKeesport Little Theater. We also catch $osa in the studio working on the upcoming track “Theresa’s Song”.
Exclusive Video: $osa – Gift To The Streets Vlog Series Episode 5
Discussing his latest project, the media, and more, $osa links up with Pacasso (Twitter/ IG: @Pacasso_ hhrs) from the Hip Hop Renaissance show on DSL radio in New York. Keep an eye out for more upcoming vlogs and music from Pittsburgh’s $osa as well as his appearances on the World Wide mixtape.
Mixtape: NHDub – World Wide
We at NHDub are extremely excited to announce that we have finally concluded our latest venture, the World Wide mixtape. The mission of the project was to pair MCs and producers that regularly contribute to all the wonderful sounds that you hear daily on NHWWW. Truly a “world wide” experience, we have compositions from some of the best beatmakers and lyricists on the planet. World Wide features the sounds of British beat composer Motel Eola, South African producer C-Rock Beats, as well as Trill Gates Beats and Eli Saf from the American side of the Atlantic along with many more producers. Notable artists such Awkword, Eazy Steve & J.O., $osa, CuzOH!, Kaddie Lak, Simile and newcomers INCrowd, Kenny Bryant, Hapless, 10 MP and more are on tap.
Exclusive Video: $osa – Gift to the Streets Vlog Series Episode 4 (dir. by: @S_Fly_Heff)
With the fourth episode of the Gift to the Streets vlog series, viewers get a chance to catch $osa finishing up and previewing a few tracks from the Gift to the Streets EP. Keep an eye out for this highly anticipated project from Pittsburgh’s hardest working artist here on NHDub.
Exclusive Video: $osa | Gift to the Streets Vlog Series Episode 3 (dir. by @S_Fly_Heff)
In efforts to give fans and fellow upcoming artists a first hand view of his experiences, Pittsburgh artist $osa delivers the the third piece in the Gift To The Streets vlog series. During this week’s episode we catch footage from an interview conducted during an appearance on the Voice of Philly Radio Show.
Exclusive Video: $osa | Gift to the Streets Vlog Series Episode 2 (dir. by @S_Fly_Heff)
With the second installment of $osa’s Gift To The Streets vlog series, we see $osa in action at the Hip Hop is Dead event. Following the performance footage, we get a front row seat at a radio interview where $osa discussed his most recent single, the intriguing “Letter to Arthur Pitt“, and spoke on the struggles of being an independent artist coming out of Pittsburgh.
Exclusive Video: $osa | Gift to the Streets Vlog Series Episode 1 (dir. by @S_Fly_Heff)
We here at NHWWW will be spending the next several weeks trying to keep up with Pittsburgh artist $osa. Still riding the success of his latest release “Letter To Arthur Pitt“, $osa has teamed with Forever Fly Productions to create the Gift to the Streets Vlog Series. Episode one in the series captures footage of $osa’s performance at the G-Unit Showcase and a radio interview conducted at Clarion University. Keep an eye out for upcoming weekly episodes of the Gift to the Streets Vlog Series exclusively here on NHWWW.
Exclusive Premiere: $osa – Letter To Arthur Pitt (prod. by Tw1ne)
Produced by frequent collaborator Tw1ne, Pittsburgh hip hop artist Sosa takes a step in a new direction. Arthur Pitt, known for helping Steel City MCs Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa, gets a heads up on who he should be keeping his eye on next. Known for his continuous grinding and passionate work ethic, “Letter To Arthur Pitt” will almost guarantee that Sosa will be noticed by the Senior VP of A&R and Promotions of Rostrum Records.
Track: $osa – #TheSoulAve3
Following up on his New Year’s Day release ”Reality Music”, Pittsburgh emcee $osa released to the world the 3rd installment of his ”Soul Ave” series. Over production from the late legend J Dilla, #TheSoulAve3 provides a throwback feel, perfectly wrapped in the struggling story of what’s plaguing the 412 and around the world. Too many of our youth are continuing to lose their lives and live in fear, not just of each other anymore, but pretty much of anybody: young and old. The delivery is a bit lively because of the beat used to tell the story (R.I.P. J Dilla), but if you pay attention to the lyrics, the imagery is tragic.
– Contributed by @Kd0tNikki