Blunt buddies (or is it Paper partners?) Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are literally “hitting the high road” this summer. The multi-platinum selling rappers are embarking on “The High Road,” a hazy 33-city North American tour starting this July.
Two of rap’s rising MCs in Rockie Fresh and Casey Veggies collaborated on a new mixtape affectionately titled Fresh Veggies. Presented by PUMA, the audible piece is available for the Internets’ consumption.
In a few days time, fans will receive a healthy helping of tunes via Casey Veggies and Rockie Fresh‘s Fresh Veggies EP. Before then, the duo ante up one more sampling called “Aladdin” for your listening pleasure.
To those out of the loop, Rockie Fresh and Casey Veggies banded together to create a mixtape titled Fresh Veggies. From it, we receive a visual from a new track called “Celebrating Life.”
Casey Veggies and Rockie Fresh announced that they’d joined forces to create a mixtape called Fresh Veggies in partnership with Puma in October. Today, the duo debut the first release called “Sacrifice.”
There’s no mistaking that Los Angeles sound and feel on Casey Veggie‘s visual for “She In My Car.” Fellow West Coast native and frequent collaborator Dom Kennedy assists with these efforts.
Casey Veggies is releasing remixes of Life Changes tracks to whet the appetites of fans anxiously awaiting his collaborative effort with Rockie Fresh. Today, he unveils a reworked version of “Faces,” featuring fellow West Coaster Dom Kennedy.
Yesterday’s episode of MTV RapFix Live was chocked full of guests. Among the fold were Los Angeles’ Casey Veggies and MMG recruit, Rockie Fresh, who announced a collaborative mixtape tentatively titled Fresh Veggies.
In Hip-Hop, the power undoubtedly falls with the youth. And that’s no diss to the veterans who remain viable figures in the game. But tools like social media and the like that were nowhere to be found during the culture’s humble beginnings have yet to be truly championed (or conquered) by any of Rap’s godfathers.
Kid Ink keeps it so West Coast in the visual for “I Know Who You Are,” featuring Casey Veggies. Together, the two young wordsmiths hit a few boutiques around Los Angeles’ Fairfax area to capture the vision.