Asher Roth releases a brand new video for the track ‘Turnip The Beet’ a week after dropping ‘Dude’. The video which see’s Asher cruising round New York, munching on various different foods, not finishing them throwing them away, buying more foods, jumping on different modes of transport and yes you guessed it, throwing up by the end of the song. Watch the crazy video after the jump! (more…)
Back in 2009 Asher Roth was that white boy who had bars, who could freestyle most rappers under the table and was just about everywhere, MTV nominated for numerous awards, featured on all the blogs etc… But since the release of ‘Asleep In The Bread Aisle’ Asher has been somewhat quite, Popping up here and there for a Mixtape or so he pretty much has been laying low. Well since his signing to Def Jam back in 2011 lets hope that his Sophomore album does see the light of day in 2013 as it’s slated to do and until then check out this new cut ‘Dude’ after the jump! Props to Hnhh
Many saw him as the successor to Eminem as the next big white rapper to blow but it didn’t quite work as the label had planned. His debut achieved the top 5 on billboard thus far selling 200k albums since 09. Fast forward 3 years and Asher has a latest Mixtape ‘Pabst And Jazz’ and also has signed a new deal with Def Jam ready to release his sophomore album ‘Is This Too Orange?’ out this year. Check out the first single featuring MMG member Meek Mill after the jump!
One of the most underrated rappers in the game, Asher Roth drops his next mixtape gearing people up for his 2012 release via his new recording home at Def Jam. Download the mixtape below and if your not familiar with Asher i suggest you get to know real soon cause he’s dope on the mic and it’s only a matter of time until he blows up!
He just announced that his New album ‘Radioactive’ will be released November 21st with the album artwork after the jump, but while here in the UK Yelawolf dropped by Tim Westwood to drop a freestyle. Now you know a dope freestyle on a Tim Westwood show is great for any rappers career. So how did he do compared to his mentor Shady’s Tim Westwood freestyle or even fellow white rapper Asher Roth for that matter? Say Somethin’ after the jump!