Strong Arm Steady ‘Make Me Feel’ Video Ft. Jelly Roll

Strong Arm Steady 'Make Me Feel'

Strong Arm Steady are out with the music video to their new single ‘Make Me Feel’, featuring Jelly Roll, the lead release off the California hip hop group’s new album ‘Arms & Hammers’, out February 1, 2011 on Blacksmith Records. The Punit Dhesi directed video features Somaya Reece, Jelly Roll and Planet Asia. Watch it via MySpace below.

Strong Arm Steady 'Make Me Feel'

Strong Arm Steady Gang Open Steady Day Care

Krondon, Mitchy Slick and Phil The Agony of the Strong Arm Steady Gang are featured in a new Blacksmith TV comedy clip showing the hip hop group opening up Steady Day Care to diversify their revenue streams. Watch the clip, featuring their label boss Talib Kweli, below.

Strong Arm Steady ‘Black History’ Video

Strong Arm Steady 'Black History' music video

Strong Arm Steady are out with the video to their new single ‘Black History, featuring Chace Infinite, Planet Asia & Affion Crockett, off the rap trio’s mixtape ‘Gang Mentality’, out now. Watch the Image Addikts directed video via YouTube below.

Strong Arm Steady ‘Can’t Let It Go’ Video

Strong Arm Steady are out with the video to their new single ‘Can’t Let It Go’, off the Southern California hip hop trio’s major label debut ‘Arms & Hammers’, released in 2009 via Blacksmith Records. Watch it below.

Strong Arm Steady Working To Rebuild West Coast Hip Hop

Krondon of Strong Arm Steady checked in with a journal posting at on Tuesday (July 11). “We (myself, Phil and Mitch) all have been doing our own rap thing for about 10 years now, but we all came together in ’02 due to a void in the West Coast for some real West Coast hip-hop on a gangsta level that the world can appreciate and we can be proud of,” he writes. “The glory days of Death Row have come and gone and we still don’t have any labels on the West made by the people for the people (except for Angeles Records and Thizz Entertainment in the Bay). So me and my niggas took the responsibility of bringing some culture and character back to the West through our music and movement Strong Arm Steady.” Read more.