The Come Up ring in the new year with a 3 track ep, ‘Year of The Come-Up.’ Download and preview the tracks below:
Vinny Radio starts off the week with a brand new record, “HSO” produced by Eric G. Look for plenty more from Vinny coming this through REMember Music.
Download: Vinny Radio – HSO
TreeJay and DJ Clockwork are back at it again with this years 4/20 release “S.H.O.W (Super High Off Wax)TIME.” The tape features dope tracks from a variety of different artists including Mac Miller, Ab-Soul, Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis, Beedie, Franchise, Vinny Radio, Devin Miles, Choo Jackson and many many more. What are you waiting for?? Roll up and smoke out to this!
After the success of Change Of Plans The Come Up has been hard at work on their next project hosted by DJ Burn One. In the meantime they decided to drop this Big Jerm producer banger entitled “How Dat Sound”. The beat isn’t something that’d you typically expect to hear them spitting over but they do it more than justice. Be on the lookout for many more new singles and videos coming very soon.
I’m not at all sure how Damon Campbell comes up with the questions that he does. For those that are familiar with him you know that he is one of the best interviewers in the business. For his newest interview Damon sit down with Franchise and Vinny Radio and finds out EVERYTHING you could ever want to know about the duo. Take ten minutes out of your day and watch this incredible interview.
Mac Miller puts on his Larry Fisherman costume once again, this time to create a beat for his MostDope rap duo, The Come Up. “What Are You Talking About” features Vinny Radio and Franchise rapping in a distorted voice over a distorted beat. Something you’ve definitely heard before, check it out!
The Come Up is fresh off releasing their brand new mixtape, Change Of Plans. To continue the hype for the project the duo drops the music video for “Bouties” directed by Justin Boyd.
Mostdope and REMember music present the brand new project from Pittsburgh collaborative hip-hop group, The Come Up. The group, consisting of Franchise & Vinny Radio, has been hard at work for the past several months putting this project together. Many of you were introduced to them during the Macadelic Tour where they served as openers. Their new project “Change Of Plans” includes 17 tracks with features from Mac Miller, Casey Veggies and more. The production is handled by numerous producers including Big Jerm, Sayez, 9th Wonder, BrandUn DeShay, and La Harrier.
1.The Grand Opening (prod. Sayez)
2.All In The Game (prod. KHRYSIS)
3.Our Way (feat. Heather Victoria) (prod. E. Jones)
4.Major Moves (feat. Mac Miller) (prod. Eric G)
5.True Wave (prod. La Harrier)
6.The Groove (prod. Big Jerm)
7.Turn It Out (feat. Casey Veggies) (prod. Fly Union)
8.Bad Boys (prod. ID Labs)
9.Fatal Attraction (feat. Primavera Vills) (prod. Beanz-N-Kornbread)
10.Bouties (prod. BrandUn DeShay)
11.Triple That (feat. Kemickal) (prod. Dru-Tang)
12.Strip Show (feat. Mac Miller) (prod. Eric G)
13.Montel Jordan (prod. BrandUn DeShay)
14.Heavy (prod. La Harrier)
15.Set The Tone (prod. KHRYSIS)
16.The Closing (prod. Big Jerm & La Harrier)
17.BONUS Energy (prod. 9th Wonder)
Download: The Come Up – Change Of Plans (Mixtape)
Mac will be doing a show on December 26 & 27 at The House Of Blues “A Most Dope Holiday” he’ll be doing these two shows with The Come Up and Choo Jackson.
So go get your tickets for A Most Dope Holiday now: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0200495094A03821?artistid=1475084&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=3
On November 27th, The Come Up (Franchise & Vinny Radio) will be releasing their much anticipated debut album ‘Change Of Plans.’ Last night the duo released a trailer for their upcoming Rex Arrow directed music video, “Strip Show” featuring Mac Miller. Look for the full video coming soon!
Vinny Radio & Franchise aka The Come Up just released their newest music video “Triple That” featuring Kemickal This track will appear on their upcoming album ‘Change Of Plans’ which is set to drop on November 27th. Appropriately the music video was released at 4:20 and is 4 minutes and 20 seconds long. Directed by Justin Boyd.