When it comes down to underground artists who are setting the bar lyrically and musically as a whole, Most Dope’s very own Vinny Radio is one name that should be on your radar. As an avid member of the impressive group The Come Up, we’ve seen two different sides to his personality in terms of solo material and work as a duo. Today shows Vinny making his mark with a brand new project titled BROKE, which showcases his personal growth across a solid 14 tracks, with guest contributions from Mac Miller, Dylan Reynolds and Franchise.
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!
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.
Earlier this morning Mac Miller tweeted that we were in for a “real treat” then a couple mintes later he then dropped a track called “No Photos” featuring Bill The Kid, Franchise, Willy Whip$, Vinny Radio, Peanut, G-Reg, Big Homie, Q, Larry F., Treejay & The Cigarillos, Goldie Glocks, Clockwork, and babyscumbag The track was produced by Larry Fisherman Recorded by Larry Fisherman Mixed by Josh Berg. It’s cool to hear Mac have all his homies spit on the track, especially if you’ve ever met any of them.
For the final day of MTV’s “Back To The Burgh With Mac Miller”, MTV talks with Mac Miller about who he thinks is next from Pittsburgh. During this feature MTV interviews Pittsburgh MC’s Franchise & Vinny Radio of The Come-Up, Kellee Maize, and Boaz. Most of the footage was captured at Pittsburgh’s historic hip-hop shop, Time Bomb Shop, while the shop owner Brick Diggler also makes an appearance in the video.