Kid White of DFM from the album “13th Street Crack Music”. Kid White is from Louisville. Directed by Mista Tony Continue reading Kid White – “Twist Ya Fingers” [Music Video]
Dirty Money, Kid White, Cutta & Young Bell from Louisville, KY in a video from 2006 Continue reading Dirty Money, Kid White, Cutta & Young Bell – “Four 15s” [Music Video]
Lil B from Louisville, KY directed by Mista Tony Continue reading Lil B – “Love For the Ghetto”
Street Credit is saddened to hear about the passing of rapper Jup from Lexington, KY who died this week from complications from diabetes, becoming aware of his condition only after it was to late, leaving the hospital and suffering a seizure that took his life. Street Credit first worked with Jup and his group Infinite Faction back in 2005, appearing briefly on the original Derby Edition DVD and had a longer segment on the followup King of the Bluegrass DVD. Much loved throughout Lexington and by fellow artists throughout the state, the hip hop community has suffered a tremendous loss. Our condolences are with his many friends and family.
[wpvideo 5lvKKsFI]Lil B from Louisville, KY directed by Mista Tony
[wpvideo XMfwwbu5]A dunkfest & shootout can only describe this year’s annual basketball game held in Freedom Hall in Louisville, KY that featured McDonald’s All Americans as well as other top recruits from around the country. The players included signees to Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Kansas, and LSU. Troy Williams from Virginia and headed to Indiana won MVP honors while Louisville recruit Dillon Avare won the 3-point contest & future teammate Anton Gill won the slam dunk competition.
[wpvideo 5T8gAFU1]Within minutes of beating Wichita State to advance to the championship title game jubilant Louisville Cardinals fans pour into the streets of the West End of Louisville in celebration.