SEMI the GAWD – Hopping Turnstiles (Official Music Video) [EME] @EMETakeover

IMG_0611Check out the latest freestyle from SEMI (@ThaRealSEMI) on MMG’s “Actin Up” beat. This is just another gift from SEMI before his upcoming mixtape called “Tales of the Underdog” drops this Tuesday. Don’t forget to watch the first single called “Hopping Turnstiles” as well. The link can be found below!

Official Music Video off SEMI’s (@ThaRealSEMI) upcoming “Tales of the Underdog” mixtape called “Hopping Turnstiles”. Watch as SEMI takes you through a day in the life of being a underdog artist in Harlem. The video shot an directed by The Elite Money Empire, shows SEMI making his way through New York City doing what he must in order to “make moves”.

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Additional songs can be found on SoundCloud. (Note: These are our uploads. SEMI’s have higher download/listens)

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From the money making borough of Manhattan, more specifically Harlem, comes Semi. Equipped with aggressive story-telling rhymes, that are laced with slick punch-lines and meaningful content, his flows parallel the identical category of vicious firearm. With his lyrics, he addresses topics that are prominent in his and most people’s lives. By listening to him once, anyone can feel the emotion, ambition and passion in his music. While he mostly performs hip-hop and R&B, Semi can also entertain an alternative or pop audience. Three words he describes his sound with are “Lyrical, Groovy and Smooth.” Writing lyrics since the 6th grade, Semi has come a long way and has nurtured his talent to a professional level. Ironically, because of his appealing sound, many are surprised that to learn that he is actually a reserved and introverted individual.
Working independently he has completed his first mix tape, performed shows and more. His debut mixtape, “Quiet Kid in The Corner,” boasts 24 tracks with features from Flo Montana, Just Bizarre and CG That Kid. Semi has also performed at many shows including the “Raw Koncept Christmas” show on December 17, at Pine View Acres in Pottsville, Pa. At this show he displayed his ability alongside the talents of Nottz and Armageddon. He is also an affiliate of the Ruff Ryders and has worked with artists such as Tony Sunshine. In addition, he also has plans to release a song and video with “Chiddy” from alternative hip-hop sensation “Chiddy Bang.” Semi plans on taking his career to the next level by showing the masses who he is and what he’s capable of. Soon to come is new music, music videos, merchandise and other goods for fans.
Semi has also constructed a solid group to hold him down. His squad, “The Elite Fleet,” entails being fly doing anything you participate in. No matter what your persona is, an Elite Fleet Jock, Elite Fleet Chick, Elite Fleet Geek, it makes no difference as long as you stay true and represent the Fleet to the fullest.

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Take a look at one of the best “Shot Caller” freestyle videos, by SEMI. Dee and Cashflow star in this video in support of SEMI, while he kills the track effortlessly. This is the last video that’s going to be released before his singles for the upcoming mixtape, “Tales of the Underdog,” debuts.

“Do It” is the latest hit from Born Ryders. Born Ryders, formed by Dee of Ruff Ryders, consists of SEMI, CashFlow and Miitchiie. They are without a doubt the new group of fresh talent out of New York and are going to be the next movement out of NY. The video, directed by PropaTV, features a cameo from XXL 2011 Freshman Fred Da Godson. Take a look for yourself to see what the buzz is about.

Check out this brand new music video from the Born Ryders. Here the crew freestyles over Meek Mill’s “I’m a Boss”. Born Ryders, formed by Dee of Ruff Ryders, consists of SEMI, CashFlow, and Miitchiie. The video, directed by PropaTV, drew a large Harlem crowd outside of the legendary Rucker Park & features cameos from both Waka Flocka & French Montana.

SEMI spits a great freestyle that contains intense wordplay, punchlines and delivery to Kanye West’s “So Appalled.”

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