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Video: The New Royales – Freedom’s For The Brave (Mixtape Trailer)

Check out the trailer for DJ Khalil’s group’s mixtape Freedom’s For The Brave, dropping later this year and brought to you by Crooks & Castles.

I need to hear that vocal cover of “They Reminisce Over You.”

After the jump, watch their video for Bite The Bullet.

Previously: DJ Khalil x The New Royales – “The One” (Live) (Video) | The New Royales – New World Order (Video)


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28 Responses to “Video: The New Royales – Freedom’s For The Brave (Mixtape Trailer)”

  1. Harlem World Says:

    i look good in the whip
    but i look my best when im inside ya chick

  2. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    Crooked I feat. Kat Stacks – I’m Single Freestyle

    ^^^
    _____________________________________________________SuperLAME.

  3. Shooter Says:

    whatever happened to Combat Jack??

  4. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    RZA To Produce GZA’s Liquid Swords 2

    ^^

    WHAT??!?!

  5. Harlem World Says:

    rosenbergs mossad connect got combat jack knocked.

  6. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Jay Electronica has to be a part of one of those groups the conspiracy theorists here always mention… you know, one of those groups eskay sacrificed one of his McDoubles to join.

    It was already weird that he was getting cosigns from T.I. [lol @ yesterday] and Diddy, and that Jay-Z said his song was dope. But I just tried three times to post that J. Cole is better than Jay Electronica and the post just wont show up.

    Just saying.

  7. The Shot Clock Says:

    the amount of unwaranted hate shot clock has for j. cole is borderline suspect.

    ^

    lol i don’t hate him. I’m just tellin it like it is. there are a lot of hip hop fans and so few dope artists that niggas are quick to hop on anyone’s dick

    what i’m sayin is that it’s not enough just to be a talented lyricist. i’m a realist and I don’t think J. Cole is gonna make it big. nothing against dude personally. but i could tell some of these niggas aint been listening to rap that long when they come on hear and trumpet J. Cole like he’s got some kinda superstar future. it’s hilarious to me.

  8. Harlem World Says:

    Liquid Swords 2…oh shit

  9. J Says:

    but B.o.B. blew up in the mainstream and didn’t need to sell out.

    ———–

    this must be a joke. dude is straight up black eyed peas status with his album.

  10. mcb Says:

    i left my comment on the hate clock on the last post, butit was a thinking out loud conclusion

    just said, maybe people wanna hate cole cuz he is pretty good but because these people may be JAy fans or Jay Stans, they don’t want to see Cole shine over Jay-Z subconsciously even for a min

  11. Harlem World Says:

    J Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 7:15 pm

    but B.o.B. blew up in the mainstream and didn’t need to sell out.

    ^^
    lol

  12. heroin headliner Says:

    blowin on purple haze, playin the purple tape…..

    RAWSE

  13. mcb Says:

    WAIT WHAAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON WITH LIQUID SWORDS 2

    INFORM PLEASE

    If all this keeps happing (OB4ClII, War REport 2, LS 2, etc…) and artists are as careful as Rae and able to make it even 1/2 as good as the original, I AM VERY FUCKING EXCITED FOR THE NEXT COUPLE YEARS.

    yeah this comment is not thought out, just typed

  14. NovemberEnd Says:

    RZA To Produce GZA’s Liquid Swords 2
    ^^^^
    link to article

  15. heroin headliner Says:

    I breaks it down tudda bone gristle……

    TrillAAAAA

  16. Shooter Says:

    but B.o.B. blew up in the mainstream and didn’t need to sell out.

    ^^

    i dont remember this happening

  17. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    allhiphop.com/stories/news/archive/2010/04/27/22190377.aspx

    ^

    link

  18. The Botanist Says:

    The Shot Clock Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 7:13 pm
    what i’m sayin is that it’s not enough just to be a talented lyricist. i’m a realist and I don’t think J. Cole is gonna make it big. nothing against dude personally. but i could tell some of these niggas aint been listening to rap that long when they come on hear and trumpet J. Cole like he’s got some kinda superstar future. it’s hilarious to me.

    _____________

    I grew up during the golden era of hip-hop and J. Cole seems to be what the games been missing since “hip-hop died”. Cole’s not only bringing good lyricism to the table. He also produces his own shit, and can sing well enough to put together a good hook. His tracks have a subject and substance. It sounds like you haven’t listened to The Warm Up enough.

    My roommate is the biggest Jay-Z stan in the world, and he is hating on J. Cole like no other. He refuses to even listen to The Warm Up. I think he can’t fathom the fact that Cole has the potential to be up there with Hova.

  19. Harlem World Says:

    I breaks it down tudda bone gristle……

    TrillAAAAA

    ^
    smh lol

  20. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    hiphopdx.com/index/interviews/id.1535/title.tasha-denham-just-to-get-a-rep

    former assistant of Guru and Solar speaks

    MUST READ

    sickening shit in that interview.

  21. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    somebody needs to release tape and name it “Old Head Renaissance”

    Cuban Linx 2
    Muddy Waters 2
    Doe or Die 2
    War Report 2
    Liquid Swords 2
    Q-Tip’s next joint
    Nas lining up the old Illmatic team

    …its happening

  22. Bx Blue Says:

    From Solar’s babys mother:

    There was one night we were at Guru’s house. I was about three months pregnant at the time. Guru kept defending himself. Guru actually stood up and kind of got in Solar’s face about it. Next thing I know, Solar punched him in the face. From that point in time, he just started kicking him and hitting him. Guru was fighting back, he wasn’t just sitting there being a punk, but at the same time, Guru had severe asthma. He didn’t have his inhaler. He started really hyper-ventalating and really having a hard time, and Solar kept beating him. It wasn’t a fight anymore, it was beating him. I felt that it was so bad that I got in between the two of them and broke it up, because I knew he wouldn’t hit me of course. At that point in time, I was pregnant with his child.

    Instead of stopping and making sure his partner, friend, “brother” – as he calls him was okay, Guru was sitting there saying, “I’m having an asthma attack. I need to go to the hospital. I think I’m gonna have a heart attack.” He’s bleeding, really shaking. Instead of stopping and calming himself down, [Solar] told me, “We’re leaving,” and goes and gets in the car and drives me back to the city. [He] didn’t call and check on Guru, didn’t make sure he was alright. That’s probably one of the first times I was like, “Wow, this relationship is really unhealthy. It’s a really sick relationship.” After that, if I didn’t physically see it myself…I saw [Guru] punched in the face numerous times with no provocation. It [would just be] that he’d get upset with something Guru would say and punch him in the face. I know he knocked a tooth out of Guru’s. I know he gave him a black eye [so Guru would] have to wear glasses for photo-shoots and concerts

  23. hl Says:

    Liquid Swords 2? Word? oh shit.

  24. Vincent Van Dro Says:

    Yo if we don’t know who the fuck you are why do we care about a trailer to your mixtape?

    I swear the internet makes these rappers look stupid.

  25. Bx Blue Says:

    That is from a long interview on Hip hop dx

  26. Els Says:

    When was B.o.B. “hard” or “lyrical” answer me that

    He never really changed his lane to make it big. Don’t Let Me Fall or Airplanes could have easily came out years ago. Unlike Drake who you can hear clear differences between him now and him on Comeback Season, the difference between I’ll Be In The Sky and his new singles is pretty small. He’s always made music, get over it.

  27. rdawodu Says:

    Damn, Who is this solar dude?

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