Amazon’s live interaction radio app, AMP, has officially announced the three selected standout stars for their new emerging artist program The Come Up, shining the spotlight on Atlanta rappers Pote Baby, CEO Trayle and Ken Carson.
Photographer Cam Kirk is on a mission to litter Atlanta’s skyline with even more stars than it already has.
Every major Hip-Hop renaissance requires proper documentation. Photographer Cam Kirk tasked himself with capturing the current iteration of Atlanta’s ever-popular music scene, and packages a batch of his photos into a new book.
Here is the footage you have all been waiting for, Gucci Mane boxing. Notable Atlanta photographer Cam Kirk shared the clip and also has a limited edition print of the “Lemonade” rapper getting his Rocky Balboa on.
The city of Atlanta is Rich Homie Quan and producer Metro Boomin’s playground in the official visual for their new track “Too Short.”
Los Angeles and Chicago are leading candidates in conversations about the cities churning out the most prominent rap artists and producers. But right behind them (if not right next to them) is Atlanta, and that’s where photographer Cameron “Cam Kirk” Kirkland comes into play.
Young Scooter has a natural respect for his OGs, and had no problem saying so on “Street Lottery.” With the help of Bun B, the bouncy title track finally gets taken from wax to the small screen with a smooth visual.
Future’s autotuned crooning anthem finally has a video to accompany it. “Turn On The Lights” is one of the favorites off of Future’s album, Pluto. This Mike Will-produced joint made its premiere last night on BET’s 106 and Park last night and is the fourth single off of his debut album. Future isn’t one to rest on his […]
The messiah of autotune (read your bibles, kids), Future let’s you know what he’s rocking around his neck. Assisted by Gorilla Zoe and produced by Laudie, the “Tony Montana” rapper looks to readying a bevy of new music within the next couple of months. Pluto is still making the rounds with his single “Same Damn Time,” […]
More footage from the Hot 107.9’s 17th annual Birthday Bash pours in. This time around, we have visuals of Young Jeezy gracing his city with a performance of “Fawk the City Up” with T.I. The Snowman also surprised attendees by bringing out Interscope’s latest signee, Chief Keef to perform his breakout hit “I Don’t Like.” Needless […]
The ball never stops rolling for Future and his Freebandz movement, as he preps the release for his upcoming mixtape, Super Future. In the footage, Future gives fans a look at a studio session with producer, Mike Will. The visuals were shot and directed by up-and-coming ATL based videographer, Cam Kirk. Check the visuals after the […]