Posts Tagged ‘Hoodkat Music Group’

(NEW HEAT) C.Bell – “Took A While” (VIDEO)

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

Hoodkat Music Group (HKMG) artist C.Bell just dropped the visuals to his new song “Took A While”. The young Houston artist is being mentored by Houston MVP Breadman, as he works on new music set to drop later this year.

Video was shot/directed by @anchorlifefilms713.

Follow on Instagram: @b.bell_hkmg

(NEW HEAT) Yung Wood Winnin – “Imma Kill Em” (VIDEO)

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

One of Houston’s most energetic artists, Yung Wood Winnin, just dropped the visuals to his newest creation, “Imma Kill Em.

Known for his clever wordplay and lyrical style, Yung Wood Winnin is looking to solidify his stake in the rap game. He is currently putting the finishing touches on his inaugural mixtape, set to drop later this year under the Hoodkat Music Group (HKMG) imprint. Yung Wood Winnin is quickly becoming a mainstay in the Houston music community, but he is setting his sights on the world, hoping to become a household name in the near future.

Video directed/edited by @anchorlifefilms713

(NEW VIDEO) C. Bell – “Took A While”

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

Hoodkat Music Group’s own C. Bell just released the visuals to his new song “Took A While”. The Houston, Texas standout is prepared to make his mark on the Down South entertainment scene and beyond.

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Instagram @b.bell_hkmg @iamdabreadman @hoodkat_hkmg

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(ARTIST 101) Yung Wood Winnin, one of South Park’s finest

Thursday, May 10th, 2018

Yung Wood Winnin is one of the latest signees to Houston‘s premiere imprint, Hoodkat Music Group (HKMG).

The young artist represents the HKMG brand to the fullest. He’s preparing to release new music, including the upcoming visuals for “Necklace“, set to drop later this month.

Yung Wood Winnin is the latest in our Artist 101 series – get to know him!

Stage Name: Yung Wood Winnin

Hailing from: South Park/Houston, Texas (Dead End to be exact)

Musical influences: SUC and Cash Money

Favorite food: Shrimp and Fries

Favorite shoe: Jordan 13

If you could be endorsed by any brand, who would it be and why? If I received an endorsement, I would want the Jordan brand to behind the Hoodkats’ vision, because everything Jordan offers is so special.

Favorite song: “Ghetto Dreams” by Fat Pat

Favorite artist: Breadman

What’s on your playlist now? Only thing on my playlist if Hoodkat sh*t!

If you weren’t rapping, what would you be doing? If I wasn’t rapping, I’d just be a Hoodkat.

If you won 10 million dollars, what would you do with it? I’d feed all my Hoodkats.

Social media: @yungwoodwinnin

(NEW HEAT) Breadman ft. Eddie Coke – “Dirty Money” (VIDEO)

Friday, December 1st, 2017

Houston Texas powerhouse artist Breadman recently linked with super crooner Eddie Coke to create “Dirty Money”, one of the hottest songs to hit the airwaves in some time. Filmed/directed/edited by the legendary Mr. Boomtown, the visuals to “Dirty Money” chronicle Breadman’s quest to launder his fast cash in the most epic of ways. The video is, of course, merely imaginative conceptualization, but entertaining nonetheless.

Assisted by Eddie Coke’s powerful voice, Breadman takes us through a “day in the life of” type of journey. In real life, Breadman is a well-known Houston, Texas based rapper, entrepreneur and label owner. “Dirty Money” picks up where his grind and hustle left off – it’s a tale of getting it out the mud and turning the hustle into legitimate businesses to ensure a strong and viable future for him – as well as his family. Breadman says, “I came up with Dirty Money one day, just sitting back thinking, “Man, I been hustling hard and putting it up like I’m supposed to; now I need to find a way to do legal business.” With respect to Eddie Coke’s talent and presence on “Dirty Money”, Breadman adds, “Eddie has a voice that can make everything come to life. On top of that, we work well together.”

And Breadman’s known for making a dollar out of fifteen cents. Whether it’s his Hood Kats Music Group (HKMG) imprint, his HKMG Studio where the magic is made or his other business endeavors, Breadman is making sure to live up to his stage name. He not only gets “bread” – he also makes sure his team eats, an area in which a lot of fellow entertainers are lacking. One conversation with him and you come to the realization that he’s not only a humble cat, but he’s smart and quick to draw up a plan that will help further his music career – and provide a solid future for his corporate ventures.

Breadman’s laid back style and effortless flow is well-complemented by Eddie Coke’s extraordinary voice on “Dirty Money”. It’s a perfect representation of a well thought out single and it’s proof that collaborations can be matches made in musical heaven. The visuals only lend to that. “Dirty Money” is a song that’s a must hear – and it’s available for download and streaming everywhere music is distributed. The video is one for the records books, as it’s affiliated with Mr. Boomtown, historically known for some of urban music’s hottest visuals.

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(Source: ThisIs50.com)