Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Here is Marcus LoVett Jr's official junior season mixtape. The 6' point guard lead San Gabriel Academy to a CIF Championship while putting on an incredible show game in and game out. Music by: WoodysProduce Web: http://www.woodysproduce.com
Justo and Elbe Kim paired up for Fly Seoul mixtape and their sound together just works. The tape has the classic boom-bap sound of the earlier era of hip hop. Justo, hailing from Brooklyn, dropped some pretty dope bars on this tape. Kim delivered the instrumentals and DJ Risky Business brought it all full circle.
“When I say nothing, I say everything,” howls Jack White on “Lazaretto”, staking the declaration between verses he spits out a little like Dylan in “Subterranean Homesick Blues”. The idea is enforced when, after swelling with distortion and flying phalanges, the song launches into a psych bzzzz and detours yet again for a fiddle-sweeped closing leg, reminding us that White produced Loretta Lynn not long ago. Just don’t expect either version (this or the world-record-breaking RSD single) to wow the average kindergartner more than, say, the world’s largest sundae. Lazaretto, White’s second solo album, is out June 10th. –Michael Madden The title track from Jack White's new album LAZARETTO out June 9/10. Pre-order the album now: http://smarturl.it/Lazaretto http://jackwhiteiii.com
Ever since she released her progressive and promising debut mixtape CUT 4 ME in 2013, R&B singer/songwriter Kelela continues to impress with new material like the bass-heavy “The High” and the Bok Bok-assisted “Melba’s Call”. Her latest, “Want It”, is a collaboration with rising Chicago singer/rapper Tink and features production courtesy of DJ Dahi. The song, which was commissioned by Yours Truly for its Songs From Scratch series, is sensual and understated. DJ Dahi’s click-clack percussion and ambient synths provide an inviting canvas for Kelela’s soulful hooks and Tink’s laid back verses. Listen in below. "Want It" Produced by DJ Dahi Additional production by J.lbs & Patrick Wimberly Mixed by Patrick Wimberly Mastered by Chris Gehringer Watch a behind the scenes look at the making of the song. facebook.com/kelelamusic twitter.com/kelelam www.instagram.com/kelelam www.facebook.com/pages/Tink-G/507021099348104 twitter.com/Official_Tink instagram.com/tink_julio/ www.facebook.com/djdahi twitter.com/djdahi instagram.com/djdahi
Dios Mio up their game on new single “Stories”, released on 30 June with a launch party to follow at London’s Old Blue Last on 4 July. After the band introduced themselves with a couple of raw but highly promising demos last year, the London quartet are back with their full debut release this summer. In a marked progression, Dios Mio benefit from warm, rounded production on “Stories”, which sees that their brand of grunge-tinged pop is effortlessly accentuated. What’s more, built on a rigid rhythm section in which the drums and distorted bass allow for a brash intro, the melodic swells of guitar combined with Helena Coan’s delicate vocal means that “Stories” is perhaps a more diverse song than it might initially appear.
King Sesame | Love U Music Video by King Sesame performing Love U. © 2014 Roar Music Group http://indy.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/KingSesame
Flamingods started life in a defined place - someone's bedroom, in fact. Hinging on Kamal Rasool, the experimental five piece were suddenly thrust into a strange, stressful situation. Rasool was asked to leave the UK following a change to Visa rules, meaning that the songwriter was left in a curious, strenuous form of limbo. Drifting into his imagination, Flamingods began inhabiting the dream-world of Hyperborea. Using instruments collected from around the world, the group used these strange sounds to craft something entirely new. New album 'Hyperborea' is due to be released on July 21st and it is, simply, incomparable to almost anything you've heard. Gilded baroque pop melodies mixed to Eastern drones and all manner of bizarre noises, the title track is now available to stream online. Obeying no rules but its own, you can listen to 'Hyperborea' below. Flamingods are set to release new album 'Hyperborea' on July 21st.
Scarface | No Problem | Official Music Video Director: Mr. Boomtown Producer: Jaime Clark Production Company: Boomtown Productions Buy "No Problem" on iTunes! http://smarturl.it/ScarfaceNoProblem Music video by Scarface performing No Problem. (C) 2014 Let's Talk, LLC under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC
Aye Be You | Alone Produced by @Custom60625 & @SeriousBeats Shot By @seancostin for Camera In My Hand Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seancostinaw... Twitter @ https://twitter.com/AyeBeYou IG @ http://instagram.com/AYEBEYOU
NIKE AIR FORCE 1 HIGH (LASER CRIMSON/PURPLE/TEAL) If I could just say one word to describe this shoe, it would have to be ‘clean’, cos that’s what this is. Real talk. Some may say otherwise, but let’s disregard the nay sayers this time around, they’re probably not fans of the Air Force 1 to begin with. Ingrates! Nike have got things right with this one, because the combination of purple, crimson and teal above a white leather backdrop and a print on the mid-panel is a great way of doing just enough to put together a decent looking shoe without going overboard. Now let’s not get things twisted, this ain’t the Jesus of footwear, but you can’t deny that if put together with the right get-up, ladies and maybe some men, will come flocking to your feet to get a geeze at your steeze. So if you feel like you need this one in your arsenal, then head to Oneness for your fix.
Reebok was the first one to the whole streetball sneaker category back in the 1990s, with their entry to the category being marked by pairs like the Reebok Pump Battleground shown here. Over two decades later the sneakers are poised for a return, one that will be set off by these two pairs that are on display here in their native environment of the concrete court. Take a look at these two examples of pure Pump ferocity after the break and watch for these basketball silos to return to stores/courts/your feet on May 9th, 2014. Reebok Battleground Release Date: 05/09/14 Price: $125
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
SD ft. Domino & Murda Mill | Empty Out The Clip | Official Video Shot By @AZaeProduction
Tech N9ne | Over It ft. Ryan Bradley | Official Music Video
Legendary icon Stan Lee discusses his involvement in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and how he was cast as an extra character in the game that interacts with Peter Parker himself. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is out today on PS3 and PS4.
The Watch_Dogs Season Pass gives players access to a unique single-player campaign featuring T-Bone, the brilliant but eccentric hacker, a new Digital Trip game mode, Conspiracy!, an exclusive Untouchables Pack, plus new missions, weapons, outfits and more. At $19.99, the Season Pass offers savings of more than 25% versus buying each piece separately. Rated Mature: Blood, intense violence, nudity, strong language, strong sexual content, use of drugs and alcohol. ©2014 Ubisoft Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. Watch Dogs, Ubisoft and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Ludacris | Party Girls (Explicit) ft. Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih, Cashmere Cat
Hade pays tribute to the man. Interviews courtesy of hhv.demag / Philipp Kunze and RBMA / Madrid 2011 (where Hade had the honour to meet Rashad in person). Teklife Forever.
Brewski | Chauffeur | Official Video Shot By @AZaeProduction Prod. Superstaar Beats Download "Chauffeur" On Itunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/cha...
Featuring DVBBS, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers, LOUDPVCK, Cash Cash, Lousiahhh!!!, David Heartbreak, Alex Young, Oliver, Project 46, Henry Fong, What So Not, Tchami, and Yellow Claw! Stay tuned for Exclusive Mixes, Interviews and more coming soon! FOLLOW: @KarmaloopTV @Elektro
50 Cent | Everytime I Come Around (Explicit) ft. Kidd Kidd | Official Music Video
Unbreakable 2014 Recap 1on1 and Crew Battles | Antwerp, Belgium | YAK FILMS Music: Classic DJ by Whales Weep Beat Thanks to the organization Unbreakable for having us... https://www.facebook.com/unbreakableW... Invited Breakboys: Titris JDI Niek Sonic Tonio Dol Chey Bruce Almighty Cheerito Vicious Victor No Name Sambo Luan Differ Shorty Force Mounir Isaiah Judges: Extremo Renegade Menno YAK FILMS 2014
The Roots‘ are preparing to release their 11th studio album, …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin, in just a couple of weeks—May 13 via Def Jam. We’ve already heard the excellent “When the People Cheer,” now there’s another preview in “Tomorrow,” a soulful track led by guest singer Raheem DeVaughn. Stream it below.
Minneapolis hip-hop duo Atmosphere will release its eighth studio album, Southsiders, on May 6th via Rhymesayers Entertainment. In anticipation, it’s streaming in full at Pandora. Recorded in south Minneapolis and Oakland, the follow-up to 2011′s The Family Sign serves as a “shout-out to their native neighborhood”, according to a press release. It adds, “With Southsiders, the group’s unique sound featuring vibrant, live instrumentation and Slug’s often-weighty subject matter, continue to push the boundaries of what indie rap can mean.” According to rapper Slug, the 15-track effort is a “natural progression” of The Family Sign, adding, “I’m starting to think, ‘What is post family man? What am I supposed to rap about now?’ I’m sticking to my roots, rapping about what I’m doing, what I think about. This record is much like the other ones: a very detailed look at my life. “ CLICK LINK BELOW TO STREAM ALBUM! http://www.pandora.com/station/play/2000572596546416392 Southsiders Tracklist: 01. Camera Thief 02. Arthur’s Song 03. The World Might Not Live Through the Night 04. Star Shaped Heart 05. I Love You Like a Brother 06. Southsiders 07. Bitter 08. Mrs. Interpret 09. Fortunate 10. Kanye West 11. We Ain’t Gonna Die Today 12. My Lady Got Two Men 13. Flicker 14. January on Lake Street 15. Let Me Know That You Know What You Want Now
Banks announces debut album, Goddess, streams title track Building on the momentum and success of her 2013 London EP, Los Angles songstress Banks is currently putting the final touches on her debut album Goddess for Harvest Records, due out on September 9th. Today she premiered its title track and lead single on BBC Radio 1xtra. No stranger to shadowy netherworlds populated by sticky beats and even sultrier vocals — see the sweaty, Shlohmo-produced “Brain” — Banks weaves together yet another tantalizer for the late-night crowd with the help of London producer and SBTRKT affiliate Lil Silva. While it’s shrouded in dark atmospherics, the inspiration behind the song tells a more empowering story, one that according to Banks, permeates throughout most of her forthcoming LP. “It’s so important for women to embrace themselves and feel like goddesses,” she said at a UK concert last month, right before debuting “Goddess” live. “The song’s called ‘Goddess’ because every woman is a f*cking goddess.” Amen to that. Listen in below (via NPR). And catch Banks live on tour this spring: Banks 2014 Tour Dates: 05/24 – Vancouver, BC @ TBA 05/25 – George, WA @ Sasquatch! Music Festival 05/26 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge 05/28 – San Francisco, CA @ The Independent 06/04 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza 06/07 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts at the Wolf Building 06/08 – New York, NY @ Governor’s Ball Music Festival 06/10 – Toronto, ON @ The Hoxton 06/12 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival 07/18 – Dublin, IE @ Longitude Festival
Monday, April 28, 2014
The Soul Diaries : Chapter 14. You know what to do - sit back, relax and let the chill vibes take over. Track list Below Tourist ft. Will Heard - I Can't Keep Up (Dub mix) Mitch Murder - Mirage (@sevnthwonder rmx) Alicia Keys - Feeling You, Feeling Me (@gdna-music rmx) Kendrick Lamar – Swimming Pools (Sleepin Giant rmx) @Goldbloc – Runaway Logic ft. Jhene Aiko – Break It Down (Louis Futon rmx) Natsu – Harikiri Usher + DJ Clue = My Way (Duncan Gerow rmx) Coming To (AbJo's Break you off refix) vip mix @ChillChap & @sirabstraxxx – Bck & 4th Aye, Yu – Open Mind Lenny Kravitz - I Belong To You (Nick Wisdom edit) Nice Guy x Vinny – Savannah Jay Prince ft. Emmavie – Summer Breeze Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Make You Feel Mila J – Smoke, Drink, Break-up Freshtone – Hazel Zebra Kianu - Silky(prod. Waz) Nick Hindu – We're all mad here (sunshine rmx) Young G – Anti-Lilly (Phoniks rmx) @Awon @Phoniks @Dephlow – Real Hip Hop @Vainsmith – California Parkway prod. Omito Prie – Time (prod. Chemist) Sango x GoldLink – Wassup Chuck Inglish – Money Clip Letters to the sun – mile high club Sunni colon – Temple (starRo rmx) Sza ft. Kendrick Lamar – Babylon Scenic Route – J Louis Ayatollah – I Just Love Music (ft. Anthony Hamilton) The physics – on deck Moods – Hold Tight D'Angelo – Spanish Joint (Kero One rmx) Led Zeppelin- Ramble on (Souleance edit)
Red Bull Curb Kings Contest Video Over the weekend Red Bull put on its first Curb Kings contest at Belmont Park down in San Diego. Tyson Bowerbank taking first, Micky Papa with second, and Anthony Schultz with third.
MC Tereski | The Blunt | Official Video #Chicago Directed By AlphaRcher instrumental by Joey Chavez Sound Cloud Links: https://soundcloud.com/mightymorphin https://soundcloud.com/mc-tereski https://soundcloud.com/alpharcher https://soundcloud.com/infamouscza https://soundcloud.com/bigjabbeats
The official EiteMixtape of streetball legend, Hot Sauce! He currently plays for the Court Kingz & he'll be touring all over the country this year. Follow @courtkingz on twitter for tour dates & more videos!
This festival hosted by the Dance Center at Columbia College Chicago was a constellation of workshops, classes, performances and conversations orbiting around The Dance Center's 2013--14 40th season presentations of Compagnie Käfig, a hip-hop ensemble from France with a cast of Brazilian dancers, and Philadelphia breaker Raphael Xavier in February 2014. This convergence of local, national and international hip hop and house dance music workshops, performances and conversations drew audiences together from February 17-March 1.
Hip-Hop Producer Major F1rst, also known as Dmajor. Makes a beat in under an hr. @ 5th Star Studios in Down Town Chicago. Book an appointment today for affordable package rates which include: Beat Production, Recording, Mixing, & Mastering.
Steam the song here : http://www.Soundlcud.com/iseeitall/you Here is the music video for VISUAL's "You" produced by Loose Cannon. This is the lead single to their upcoming ep "Supreme Science" set to drop this Summer. Supreme Science will be available this summer on all major digital retailers via Community Service Records Twitter @Iseeitall Instagram @Iseeitall Facebook.com/Iseeitall
AWalkInTHePark of 7Oddities & MikeSPex present. New Single from Mike Spex new Solo album "Songs Of Liberation" Lp. A song bout being an independent artist in the underground. Filmed by Mike Spex Himself with childhood friend Howard Watkins the 3rd , AwesomeAc,Queen Zenobia. MasterEdit by AwalkinthePark ,thnx fam you blessd this one lovely this is monumental to me!!! Peace and Thank you to everyone who is in the footage!!Peace Love and Respect
A friend and hero of ours at Boiler Room passed away on Sunday; Rashad Harden was 34. Four collaborators and close friends come together for a 3hr session to pay tribute: Oneman, Hyperdub boss Kode 9, Addison Groove and Ikonika.
TWS C.U.T. Presented by etnies Portland Wrap Up The fourth stop of the 2014 Come Up Tour presented by etnies went down this past weekend in Portland, Oregon at Windell's in conjunction with Cal's Pharmacy. Ben Campbell was the big winner!
Epic | GADDAFI | Directed by Floating Photograph from the The OPRAH Mixtape
That's a WRAP for Season 2 of Fresh Off The Boat. This year, we saw some really great moments traveling from Mongolia to Russia to Chengdu to NYC. So much so that we couldn't possibly fit it all into our previous episodes. But worry not, because we're coming at you with a blooper reel containing some of the most outrageous leftovers from the Human Panda and the FOB crew. Watch your boy, Eddie Huang, in the moments where the cameras shouldn't have been rolling. Can't wait to see you next season!
"Get A Bar Monday's" #GABM from #ONLYTHAILL Follow @ https://twitter.com/RawXL1 Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/D.rose115
Sitting at home getting new music as usual and decided to turn that new Pharrell | Mailyn Monroe track into a break. #BHZLife
Sunday, April 27, 2014
Kevin & Beberly Eilat Salsa Congress 2014 Sometimes our role models can be so much younger than us.
Track: Freaks & 012 - Conscious Of My Conscience (Henrik Schwarz Remix) Dancers: Sabrina & Jolaine (HaVoC) Video: Graig La Branche Place: Salle communale Lucien Zmuda (Collegien, France) http://www.facebook.com/mamsonic http://www.mamsonic.com
A dope session down in Venice Beach, California with Founder Soul (ILL Minded Stylez/Soulbotics Krew/GCOS/Sour Patch Crew) | Poppin John (Soulbotics Krew/LXD) | Kannon (Furious Styles/Newbreedz/Serious Fam) | Slim Fly (Elektrolytes Crew/Future Styles) Credits Directed & Edited: Jade Zuberi Music: Lazor Sword - Shot In The Night
First single from the up coming album titled TRUE SCHOOL (in store April,29th 2014) Digital pre-sales available here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/tru... Physical pre-sales (CD,12" picture disc) at www.DJJEANMARON.COM Send your purchase proof to email@example.com to win TRUE SCHOOL FULL PACKAGE (2 x 12" Picture Disc + Tee shirt + Double Album CD format) Lyrics: KRS ONE Beat: DJ Jean Maron Mix & Mastering:Jazz E Cut for biz street Video: Bartłomiej Otłowski Labels:Soulspazm records/ Bring back my yesterday
Chicago footwork legend DJ Rashad has reportedly died. While details are scarce, it is believed that the cause of death is a drug overdose. Detroit's DJ Godfather tweeted about the news, suggesting that he had heard back from a few of Rashad's close friends. Godfather was scheduled to DJ tonight alongside Rashad and DJ Spinn at the Inhale Art Expo in Detroit. Rashad, born Rashad Harden, has been a staple in the footwork scene for many years now. His last album, Double Cup, was released in October 2013. Earlier this month, he released a new EP called We On 1. Constantly on the road, he opened up for Chance The Rapper during the Social Experiment Tour this fall. DJ Rashad | I Don't Give A F*ck
Some get down goodness from Shaadow Sefiroth!
1st Annual Breakin' Festival "ROCK the BOX" Rock the Box Breakin' Festival" was created to showcase the hip hop arts and pay homage to the artistic and technical aspects of Breakin', while creating a platform for businesses to connect with our community. The Festival will feature other businesses, workshops and activities for all ages, bringing in families, participants and supporters from the DC metro area, along with some of the best dancers and crews from across the country. These dancers will compete in a 1 vs. 1 tournament for an estimated $5,000 in cash and prizes. We at The Lab DC are excited to present "Rock the Box Breakin' Festival," an event full with activities, entertainment, food, and vendors. Winner : Zeku (Miami, FL) Subscribe! www.youtube.com/strifetv Like us on Facebook! : www.facebook.com/strifetv Follow us on Instagram! : www.instagram.com/strifetv Follow us on Twitter! : www.twitter.com/strifetv Buy some Merch! : www.strife.tv
Highlights from the Karolina Diamonds vs. Carolina Wolves game Saturday night at the 2014 Pittsburgh Jam Fest. The Karolina Diamonds won 65-64. Tevin Mack led all scores with 38 points. Seventh Woods added 13 for the Wolves.
Tech N9ne Collabos - Strangeulation Deluxe Edition will come packaged with the official Strangeulation Limited Edition Collectors Coin. Forged from brass and plated in .999 silver, this coin will never be struck again and can ONLY be found with pre-orders of the Deluxe Edition and in limited quantities in Best Buy stores on 5-6-2014.
Saturday, April 26, 2014
1st Single from the new album 'The Dark Horse' its yours feat. Tia London, Releasing July 2014. Produced by The Legendary Traxster
Verbal Kent | Body The Beat (Prod. Khrysis) | Official Video
Apollo Brown - Thirty Eight (5/6) Digital https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/thi... CD w/ Bonus 5" http://www.mellomusicgroup.com/collec... 180g Vinyl w/ Bonus 7" http://www.mellomusicgroup.com/collec..
Top 8 Exhibition | Urban Street Jam All Styles | #SXSTV Noelle Marie and Tinman Precise and Barry Groove Smurf and Lily Freeze Darren and Francilock Phil The Robot and Ewok Lock
At the end of 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to fully legalize marijuana. VICE correspondent Krishna Andavolu headed over to Uruguay to check out how the country is adjusting to a legally regulated marijuana market. Along the way, he meets up with Uruguay's president, José Mujica, to burn one down and talk about the president's goal of a chicken in every pot, a car in every garage, and six cannabis plants per household.
Brought to you by ripper/filmmaker Chris Gregson, check out over 20 minutes of concrete crushing from Chris, Cody Lockwood, Mason Merlino, and too many homies to mention.
Friday, April 25, 2014
The Cypher Effect: MIC CHECK | J SIRUS TCE friend J Sirus came down to LA and stopped by for our Mic Check sessions, to perform an unreleased song produced by DJ Hoppa (Funk Volume / Broken Complex).
The Cypher Effect: MIC CHECK | REVERIE TCE Alumni Reverie stopped by for of our Mic Check sessions, to perform an unreleased song off her upcoming project, produced by Veneno Eztayla from Colombia.
Dutch producer and DJ Jeftuz hits us with a remix of, Pac Div representative, Mibbs’s “Rollin. Enjoy!
Thanks to Kero One, the already beautiful “Spanish Joint” gets pimped and polished into this upbeat and sunshine-y new remix.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Pre Order RetroHash Now! https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ret... Fast Life is the second single off of RetroHash out Now! Directed by Smash Lefunk RetroHash Live Listening Sessions: http://asherrothmusic.com/shows/ http://twitter.com/AsherRoth http://facebook.com/AsherRoth https://soundcloud.com/asherpaulroth http://asherrothmusic.com
China has never had much luck promoting football. You don't often see it played on the streets, in backyards, or schoolyards. Yet there are growing grassroots football sub-cultures developing in unexpected places. We travel with one of Beijing's most prestigious independent teams to a Naxi village in the rural southwest to see what happens when old and new China mix on the pitch.
Delicious Vinyl brings you Sunset Blvd, the new album from Yancey Boys, the group piloted by John "Illa J" Yancey and Frank Nitt. The dynamic new collection is built around previously unheard tracks created by Illa J's brother: the late, great J Dilla (James Yancey). With Frank Nitt's standing as J Dilla Music Catalog Curator and the official approval of Yancey Media Group, all productions on Sunset Blvd originate from The Lost Scrolls — the stunning cache of beats Dilla left behind. Edited by: Taylor Gianotas Footage by: Andrew Quesada, Rohan Ali, DJ Danetic
Think Like A Man Too hits theaters June 20th, take an all access trip with me as I go from filming my latest movie in New Orleans to doing promo in Chicago and Atlanta
Pinned x Stitched, an online web series set on highlighting the Generation Y of fashion, beauty, and art, sat down for a one-on-one chat with jewelry designer, Shay. Her colorful aesthetic and positive spirit has graced numerous fashion site but in this video , Pinned x Stitched offers a side of Shay that most have not seen before. Watch as Meron Bekele sits down with the woman behind the Reign Apiim brand, discussing everything from self-identity and power, to what inspires her creatively. Contact Info: apiimwands.bigcartel.com @reignpalaisapiim Coming Soon: palaisapiim.com
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Directed by Antoine 'Tony' Schirer Produced by Tomizuka Ditthavong Script by JustDave & Syl20
Surprise! Boots vastly contributed to Beyoncé's latest studio album. To be exact, the singer-songwriter co-wrote and produced the tracks "Haunted", "Flawless", "Blue", "Drunk in Love", "Partition", "Jealous" and "Superpower" for our girl Bey. That's right, only seven out of the 14-song tracklist. Not too shabby, huh? The mysterious Boots took the entire Internet by surprise today (April 22) when he uploaded to SoundCloud a brand new song entitled 'Dreams' featuring none other than Queen Beyoncé herself! And this is what I call returning the favor....! I guess Beyoncé had no trouble lending her vocals when Boots asked her for a collab. She owes him so much! The almost 5-minute-long 'Dreams' is both a melodic and sultry R&B tune. FYI: Boots is signed to Roc Nation. Jay-Z + Beyoncé + Boots = more magic is possible.
Leo backs up his Check Out in our May 2014 issue with this NYC tough video part.
Treejay and DJ Clockwork continue their 4/20 tradition by releasing a new mixtape titled ‘Home N Stoned’. The project contains 3 new records from Mac Miller. The first one is ‘Happy’ produced by Treejay.
http://www.hardknock.tv Exclusive in-depth interview with Logic. In part 2 Logic talks to Nick Huff Barili about why there isn't a release date for his debut album yet and what makes his debut album different than his previous mixtapes. Logic also explains how he has taken a page of J Cole's strategy of laying low in between projects and why he doesn't spend much time on twitter in order to avoid haters and people who idolize him, preferring to be somewhere in the middle. Before part 2 of the interview ends, Logic tells us how his album will further delve into the stories of his adolescence, giving more insight into his relationship with dad and family among other things. Logic also talks about upcoming collaborations including tracks with Big Sean and Audio Push. We are just getting started with our conversation with Logic. Stay tuned Friday for part 3 of our conversation with Logic. Make sure to subscribe to www.youtube.com/hardknocktv for our latest videos, including our interview with Logic. You can also follow us at www.facebook.com/hardknocktv and @Hardknocktv @NickHuff on twitter.
Interstate Mook (Queens, NY) – “Change” prod by. Frosty Fin Interstate Mook is an up and coming American Hip Hop Artist Out Of Queens, NY. linking up with veteran producer FrostyFin residing in Finland. https://twitter.com/InterstateMook https://soundcloud.com/interstatemook
On this episode of Rhythm Roulette we have the legendary Ski Beatz. From legendary tracks like Jay-Z's "Dead President" to modern day classics like Curren$y's Pilot Talk, Ski has been laying legendary production down for more than 20 plus years.
Las Vegas represents for the 13th episode of DJcityTV's Cutting Room series! Their 5 minute scratch session was filmed at DJ Presto One's Octagon and features the following DJs: - DJ Five - DJ Spair - Michael Mayeda - DJ Earwaxxx - DJ Presto One - DJ Turbulence - DJ Kiddo - DJ Scene
Jelacee is a 19 year old Producer/DJ from London. Specialising in House, Dubstep and all things Bass, Jelacee is also part of the DJ collective 'Audio Hooligans'.
QuestLove is a man of many talents. As The Roots' drummer and a professor at New York University, he is also recognized as a scholar on all-music-everything. Now, the Philly native has scribed a series of six essays that focus on "hip-hop's recent past, thinking about its distant past, and wondering about the possibility of a future" on Vulture. In this week's essay, Quest conquers the topic, "When the People Cheer: How Hip-Hop Failed Black America", contemplating through ink how Black music's mainstream reach feels like a strange victory. "Once hip-hop culture is ubiquitous, it is also invisible," he writes. "Once it’s everywhere, it is nowhere. What once offered resistance to mainstream culture (it was part of the larger tapestry, spooky-action style, but it pulled at the fabric) is now an integral part of the sullen dominant." Read his piece here. When the People Cheer: How Hip-Hop Failed Black America By Questlove This is the first in a weekly series of six essays looking at hip-hop's recent past, thinking about its distant past, and wondering about the possibility of a future. There are three famous quotes that haunt me and guide me though my days. The first is from John Bradford, the 16th-century English reformer. In prison for inciting a mob, Bradford saw a parade of prisoners on their way to being executed and said, “There but for the grace of God go I.” (Actually, he said “There but for the grace of God goes John Bradford,” but the switch to the pronoun makes it work for the rest of us.) The second comes from Albert Einstein, who disparagingly referred to quantum entanglement as “spooky action at a distance.” And for the third, I go to Ice Cube, the chief lyricist of N.W.A., who delivered this manifesto in “Gangsta Gangsta” back in 1988: “Life ain’t nothing but bitches and money. Those three ideas may seem distant from one another, but if you set them up and draw lines between them, that’s triangulation. Bradford’s idea, of course, is about providence, about luck and gratitude: You only have your life because you don’t have someone else’s. At the simplest level, I think about that often. I could be where others are, and by extension, they could be where I am. You don’t want to be insensible to that. You don’t want to be an ingrate. (By the by, Bradford’s quote has come to be used to celebrate good fortune — when people say it, they’re comforting themselves with the fact that things could be worse — but in fact, his own good fortune lasted only a few years before he was burned at the stake.) Einstein was talking about physics, of course, but to me, he’s talking about something closer to home — the way that other people affect you, the way that your life is entangled in theirs whether or not there’s a clear line of connection. Just because something is happening to a street kid in Seattle or a small-time outlaw in Pittsburgh doesn’t mean that it’s not also happening, in some sense, to you. Human civilization is founded on a social contract, but all too often that gets reduced to a kind of charity: Help those who are less fortunate, think of those who are different. But there’s a subtler form of contract, which is the connection between us all. And then there’s Ice Cube, who seems to be talking about life’s basic appetites — what’s under the lid of the id — but is in fact proposing a world where that social contract is destroyed, where everyone aspires to improve themselves and only themselves, thoughts of others be damned. What kind of world does that create? Those three ideas, Bradford’s and Einstein’s and Cube’s, define the three sides of a triangle, and I’m standing in it with pieces of each man: Bradford’s rueful contemplation, Einstein’s hair, Ice Cube’s desires. Can the three roads meet without being trivial? This essay, and the ones that follow it, will attempt to find out. I’m going to do things a little differently, with some madness in my method. I may not refer back to these three thinkers and these three thoughts, but they’re always there, hovering, as I think through what a generation of hip-hop has wrought. And I’m not going to handle the argument in a straight line. But don’t wonder too much when it wanders. I’ll get back on track. * I want to start with a statement: Hip-hop has taken over black music. At some level, this is a complex argument, with many outer rings, but it has a simple, indisputable core. Look at the music charts, or think of as many pop artists as you can, and see how many of the black ones aren’t part of hip-hop. There aren’t many hip-hop performers at the top of the charts lately: You have perennial winners like Jay Z, Kanye West, and Drake, along with newcomers like Kendrick Lamar, and that’s about it. Among women, it’s a little bit more complicated, but only a little bit. The two biggest stars, Beyoncé and Rihanna, are considered pop (or is that pop-soul), but what does that mean anymore? In their case, it means that they’re offering a variation on hip-hop that’s reinforced by their associations with the genre’s biggest stars: Beyoncé with Jay Z, of course, and Rihanna with everyone from Drake to A$AP Rocky to Eminem. It wasn’t always that way. Back in the late '80s, when I graduated high school, you could count the number of black musical artists that weren’t in hip-hop on two hands — maybe. You had folksingers like Tracy Chapman, rock bands like Living Colour, pop acts like Lionel Richie, many kinds of soul singers — and that doesn’t even contend with megastars like Michael Jackson and Prince, who thwarted any easy categorization. Hip-hop was plenty present — in 1989 alone, you had De La Soul and the Geto Boys and EPMD and Boogie Down Productions and Ice-T and Queen Latifah — but it was just a piece of the pie. In the time since, hip-hop has made like the Exxon Valdez (another 1989 release): It spilled and spread. So what if hip-hop, which was once a form of upstart black-folk music, came to dominate the modern world? Isn’t that a good thing? It seems strange for an artist working in the genre to be complaining, and maybe I’m not exactly complaining. Maybe I’m taking a measure of my good fortune. Maybe. Or maybe it’s a little more complicated than that. Maybe domination isn’t quite a victory. Maybe everpresence isn’t quite a virtue. Twenty years ago, when my father first heard about my hip-hop career, he was skeptical. He didn't know where it was all headed. In his mind, a drummer had a real job, like working as music director for Anita Baker. But if I’m going to marvel at the way that hip-hop overcame his skepticism and became synonymous with our broader black American culture, I’m going to have to be clear with myself that marvel is probably the wrong word. Black culture, which has a long tradition of struggling against (and at the same time, working in close collaboration with) the dominant white culture, has rounded the corner of the 21st century with what looks in one sense like an unequivocal victory. Young America now embraces hip-hop as the signal pop-music genre of its time. So why does that victory feel strange: not exactly hollow, but a little haunted? I have wondered about this for years, and worried about it for just as many years. It’s kept me up at night or kept me distracted during the day. And after looking far and wide, I keep coming back to the same answer, which is this: The reason is simple. The reason is plain. Once hip-hop culture is ubiquitous, it is also invisible. Once it’s everywhere, it is nowhere. What once offered resistance to mainstream culture (it was part of the larger tapestry, spooky-action style, but it pulled at the fabric) is now an integral part of the sullen dominant. Not to mention the obvious backlash conspiracy paranoia: Once all of black music is associated with hip-hop, then Those Who Wish to Squelch need only squelch one genre to effectively silence an entire cultural movement. And that’s what it’s become: an entire cultural movement, packed into one hyphenated adjective. These days, nearly anything fashioned or put forth by black people gets referred to as “hip-hop,” even when the description is a poor or pointless fit. “Hip-hop fashion” makes a little sense, but even that is confusing: Does it refer to fashions popularized by hip-hop musicians, like my Lego heart pin, or to fashions that participate in the same vague cool that defines hip-hop music? Others make a whole lot of nonsense: “Hip-hop food”? “Hip-hop politics”? “Hip-hop intellectual”? And there’s even “hip-hop architecture.” What the hell is that? A house you build with a Hammer? This doesn’t happen with other genres. There’s no folk-music food or New Wave fashion, once you get past food for thought and skinny ties. There’s no junkanoo architecture. The closest thing to a musical style that does double-duty as an overarching aesthetic is punk, and that doesn’t have the same strict racial coding. On the one hand, you can point to this as proof of hip-hop’s success. The concept travels. But where has it traveled? The danger is that it has drifted into oblivion. The music originally evolved to paint portraits of real people and handle real problems at close range — social contract, anyone? — but these days, hip-hop mainly rearranges symbolic freight on the black starliner. Containers on the container ship are taken from here to there — and never mind the fact that they may be empty containers. Keep on pushin’ and all that, but what are you pushing against? As it has become the field rather than the object, hip-hop has lost some of its pertinent sting. And then there’s the question of where hip-hop has arrived commercially, or how fast it’s departing. The music industry in general is sliding, and hip-hop is sliding maybe faster than that. The largest earners earn large, but not at the rate they once did. And everyone beneath that upper level is fading fast. The other day, we ran into an old man who is also an old fan. He loves the Roots and what we do. Someone mentioned the changing nature of the pop-culture game, and it made him nostalgic for the soul music of his youth. “It’ll be back,” he said. “Things go in cycles.” But do they? If you really track the ways that music has changed over the past 200 years, the only thing that goes in cycles is old men talking about how things go in cycles. History is more interested in getting its nut off. There are patterns, of course, boom and bust and ways in which certain resources are exhausted. There are foundational truths that are stitched into the human DNA. But the art forms used to express those truths change without recurring. They go away and don’t come back. When hip-hop doesn’t occupy an interesting place on the pop-culture terrain, when it is much of the terrain and loses interest even in itself, then what? Back to John Bradford for a moment: I’m lucky to be here. That goes without saying, but I’ll say it. Still, as the Roots round into our third decade, we shoulder a strange burden, which is that people expect us to be both meaningful and popular. We expect that. But those things don’t necessarily work together, especially in the hip-hop world of today. The winners, the top dogs, make art mostly about their own victories and the victory of their genre, but that triumphalist pose leaves little room for anything else. Meaninglessness takes hold because meaninglessness is addictive. People who want to challenge this theory point to Kendrick Lamar, and the way that his music, at least so far, has some sense of the social contract, some sense of character. But is he just the exception that proves the rule? Time will tell. Time is always telling. Time never stops telling.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Gabriel Iglesias was brought in to do a cartoon voice for Nickelodeon, and you won't believe the things they asked him to do. Fluffy is hilarious, but he's also exposing some important truths in this set.
Three different multiplayer modes are on display.
From the album, "She Got Game (Deluxe Edition)". Available Now! iTunes: http://smarturl.it/7mom0b Amazon Music: http://smarturl.it/7c83tn Google Play: http://smarturl.it/v56jpa Produced by Khrysis Official Music Video by Rapsody performing Thank You Very Much. 2014 Jamla Records / Culture Over Everything
Bizzy Crook brings out Juelz Santana & Mackwilds @ Irving Plaza
Pusha T Says He's Not Listening to Rap: He's Listening to Jhene Aiko
Coming to twskate.com this Friday April 25, Lawless, a full-length video from Chris Gregson featuring Mason Merlino, Cody Lockwood, Chris himself, and many more. Check the heavy trailer:
Nino v Nacho Libre | All-Styles Semi's | Battle at The Waffle III | #SXSTV Winner: Nacho Libre Michael Easterling wishes to thanks, Awful Waffle (Provo, Ut): https://www.facebook.com/TheAwfulWaff... Property Solutions: http://www.propertysolutions.com/ Battle at the Waffle info: https://www.facebook.com/events/81370... STEP x STEP DANCE: Uniting Dancers Around The World SXSONLINE • http://bit.ly/sRRDwK SXSAPP • http://bit.ly/15pRgbn SXSYOUTUBE • http://bit.ly/10PRnet SXSYOUTUBE • http://bit.ly/L3Xtzi SXSTWITTER • http://bit.ly/YlrEcg SXSFACEBOOK • http://on.fb.me/VYnmoN
For the first time online, here is Mike Manzoori's section from our 2012 opus The Cinematographer Project. Limited edition Cinematographer Ts and DVDs now in our updated store!: http://bit.ly/PrNMPg
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
http://www.foodhedzcafe.com/ Shot & edited by IV'n http://twitter.com/ivnfeature Music: Boligee - Sun Safety - https://hotmomusa.bandcamp.com/album/... More Shift Happens dates - http://djshiftee.com
CICO Records Presents 20Grand Pikaso New Video '4Devils' directed by 5 Building Films. Stay Woke for the Album NO NAPOLEON...
50 Cent | Chase The Paper (Explicit) ft. Prodigy, Kidd Kidd, Styles P
Monday, April 21, 2014
Dig on a new collaboration between Radius & Black Betty aka Bettina Briana Fireall. Listen & Enjoy!
With a new mixtape and album on the horizon, Ab-Soul is back in the lab churning out new tracks. Peep his newest track “Tree Of Life” produced by Curtiss King.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Pharrell brought out Jay-Z to perform a few of their biggest collaborations during Pharrell's Coachella 2014 Weekend 2 performance.
@gzuspiece for Treated Crew Fuck Y'all, the EP Available on itunes now. Dir. by Danielle Alston of @Verluxe Edited by Sofia Kerpan of @verluxe
Whatcha gonna do when Steve and Larson's top ten pro wrestlers of all time run wild on you BROTHER?
Rion (Knuckleheads Cali - Los Angeles, CA) vs Maynard (Full Force - Las Vegas, NV) Finals Winner: Rion Red Bull BC One comes to Seattle in 2014, seeking out the best B-Boys from the Pacific Northwest and beyond to represent the US at the Red Bull BC One World Final. Judges: Roxrite (Renegades / Red Bull BC One Allstars) Free (Circle of Fire / Soulshifters) Jeromeskee (Massive Monkees / Rock Steady) DJ: Lean Rock (Floorlords / Boogie Brats) MC: Crazy Legs (Rock Steady) In association with: Massive Monkees 15 Year Anniversary Party on April 19th Massive Monkees http://www.massivemonkees.com/ Extraordinary Futures http://www.extraordinaryfuturues.org/ UW Hip Hop Student Association Subscribe! www.youtube.com/strifetv Like us on Facebook! : www.facebook.com/strifetv Follow us on Instagram! : www.instagram.com/strifetv Follow us on Twitter! : www.twitter.com/strifetv Buy some Merch! : www.strife.tv
ONLY GODZ RELATE ALBUM Free Download: http://bit.ly/1iVOV9A "The revelation of thought will take men out of servitude and into freedom." - Ralph Waldo Emerson POETIC DEATH / VON POE VII FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/VonPoeVII TWITTER: https://twitter.com/VonPoeVI 30 tracks of very thought provoking poetry, and broken limitations to the art of its culture. ONLY GODZ RELATE marks the next chapter to the introduction of Goth Hop / Sludge Hop, a combination of morbid poetry mixed with a desire and strive for a higher level of consciousness and overstanding. ALL CUTS ON THIS ALBUM PROVIDED BY DJ STARCHILD. Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1lYGT3y Twitter: http://bit.ly/QkLmCx
D Block Europe, the UK protégés of NYC's The Lox, bring the Fire In The Booth for Charlie Sloth.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Highlights from the 2014 JBC National Game in Brooklyn, NY. Featuring Emmanuel Mudiay, Jahlil Okafor, Theo Pinson, Kelly Oubre, Stanley Johnson, D'Angelo Russell, Devin Booker, James Blackmon, Karl Towns Jr, Justin Jackson, LJ Peak, Trey Lyles & more! Follow @EliteMixtapesNC on Twitter
Friday, April 18, 2014
The gun violence that plagues Black America has been brought front and center. It is very clear to many that the broader society does not care about young black boys and girls dying in a barrage of gun violence. It is a fact that has been present in the black community for a long time; black life is not as valuable as it should be. Gunland goes behind the epidemic of gun violence in Chicago beyond the headlines.
The Cypher Effect | Okwerdz x Traphik x Dizaster x Gavlyn x Mistah FAB Directed / Edited By JDS FILMS https://www.facebook.com/JDSFilms https://twitter.com/JDSFilms Camera 1: @JDSFilms Camera 2: @AgentSpits Camera 3: Audio Mixed By: @AshtrayOfLA Instrumental Produced By @ChaseMooreMusic/br> Shot at Dillinger Studios in North Hollywood, CA @Dillingerxxx SPONSORS: FYH Clothing http://www.ShopFYH.com @FuckYourHustle
Blood Money ft. Ballout | Boss Shit | Official Music Video | Shot By @AZaeProduction
Elephant print Nike Lunar Force 1 lowtops have been hitting Asian retailers in early March. This is the first pair to arrive at US stores, and is coincidentally the first we’d seen dropping overseas. This white and black Lunar Force 1 with the Elephant fade heel is revealed as a WMNS release!!!! Nike WMNS Lunar Force 1 Color: White/Black Style Code: 644919-100
Houston emcee Anti-Lilly links up with producer Phoniks for a funky, retro-inspired new release, “’14 Til.” ’14 Til” was originally included on Anti-Lilly’s Stories From The Brass Section LP.
Nyemiah Supreme returns with a new freestyle over the instrumental to Kanye West's song "Say You Will." The Queens, New York emcee calls this one "Southside in Timberlands." Follow Nyemiah https://twitter.com/NyemiahSupreme http://www.nyemiahsupreme.com/ For bookings & Beat submission contact: NyemiahSupreme@gmail.com
Nitty Scott, MC gets her “Feng Shui” on with some help from Eliki. Listen below to the Ski Beatz produced record for her upcoming The Art Of Chill dropping on May 23rd!
The reunited band Santana, lead by Carlos Santana, team up with Miguel for their new single ‘Indy’. This will appear on their upcoming album ‘Corazon’, which will be released on May 6th. It is available for pre-order on iTunes.
EP 2 features Blind Fury, Suspect, Phenom, Marq Milly & more! Follow @16orBetter @jackthriller @thisis50
SD of GBE spoke about the third installment of his Life of a Savage mixtape series in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV. He explained that the mixtape is based off of the rough lifestyle that he is accustomed to in Chicago. When asked about his views on what a savage really is, SD stated that a savage in his eyes is an animal, or a man who doesn't care about anything and is willing to do anything. He went on to detail some of the songs he has on the mixtape with Young Chop, and how he's never really put any thought into signing to a particular label outside of GBE.
Who's at Soundset 2014? Tickets available: http://bit.ly/Soundset2014 More Information: http://soundsetfestival.com Gates open at 11:00AM Performances by: Atmosphere Wiz Khalifa Nas (20th Anniversary of Illmatic) 2 Chainz Cypress Hill Earlwolf (Tyler the Creator & Earl Sweatshirt) Pusha T Chance The Rapper Prof Grieves G-Eazy Ab-Soul DJ Qbert The Grouch & Eligh Flatbush Zombies Lizzo with Lazerbeak Rapsody & 9th Wonder Shad deM atlaS Snow Tha Product Roc Marciano Dosh Jonwayne D-Styles Toki Wright & Big Cats Will C Allan Kingdom Breakbeat Lou Nacho Picasso Freddy Fresh Los Nativos K.Raydio & Psymun Mac Irv Ecid DJ Fundo DJ Lean Rock DJ D.Mil DJ SIDEREAL Hosted By: Sway Calloway, Brother Ali & J Pratt Video by: By THE PRESSURE and UPHILL/DOWNHILL facebook.com/soundset twitter.com/soundset instagram.com/soundsetfestival #soundset
The man himself will be dropping by to play some records and have a chat.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Future | I Won (Explicit) | ft. Kanye West | Official Music Video
"Kate Mara, Lupita Nyong'o, Elizabeth Olsen, Emilia Clarke, and Elle Fanning have never been caught on camera like this before. Watch our short film and you'll know exactly why they're the stars every girl wants to be and every guy wants to date. Pass it on." -Marie Claire: May '14 WWW. MARIECLAIRE.COM/XOMC Directed by: Grizz Lee (@grizzleemusic) Director of Photography: Carlos Mason (@carlosmason) Gaffers: Ryan Broomberg & Jesse Aragon Music by: Mansionair (Facebook.com/mansionair)
"Benz Friends (Watchutola)" is the collaboration with Andre 3000 off his sophomore album Honest, and features a mash-up of different generations from Atlanta's Dungeon Family unit. Even if you're not a fan of Future, the cut is worth checking out for 3 Stacks' verse alone. After all these years, Andre is still one of the most nimble and talented of his craft, and even Future tries to emulate his acrobatic flow. Listen below as Andre 3000 and Future wax poetic about the trappings of materialism and the things they don't care for much. And, after a few listens, there's a good chance the hooks in this song will be stuck in your head.
The way skate legend Lance Mountain used to mismatch his Jordans comes into play with the new Nike SB x Air Jordan I collaboration. Coming in both black and white colorways, the sneakers feature an upper with accents in varsity red on one shoe and royal blue on the other. When properly worn in from skating, the black paint treatment fades away to reveal more red and blue shining through on the shoes' upper. You can learn more about this collab with Lance Mountain in the video below, and look out for these kicks to release on June 7th.
Our Step x Step Bay Area journalist, Suiber Jin, caught up with Rock Steady Crew member, Ynot, at his workshop in San Francisco. Ynot was in town for Dennis Infante's Mighty All Styles Jam. Ynot is one of the freshest cats in the game with years of experience not just as a bboy but respecting the other styles of street dance and elements of Hip Hop Culture. You will also see footage of Ynot's workshop where he goes through foundations of rocking and top rocks. Filmed and Edited by Suiber Jin, Step x Step Bay Area
Sampling the classic "Banned From TV," Hot 97 radio personality Cipha Sounds and Drewski recruit New York's own Maino, Bodega BAMZ, Chinx Drugz, Troy Ave, Mack Wilds, and Boston's City Boy Dee on their version labeled "Banned From Radio" #TheMVMT
For the last single from his upcoming album Afropolitan Dreams (Available April 28th), Blitz the Ambassador teams up with fellow African globetrotting chanteuse, Nneka for "Love on the Run", a hypnotic duet over big horns and lush guitars. Follow: Twitter.com/Blitzambassador Pre-Order - U.S: itunes.apple.com/us/album/afropol…eams/id847594090
Duke freshman Jabari Parker sat down with Sports Illustrated’s Jeff Benedict to discuss why he’s decided to forego his three years of college eligibility to enter the 2014 NBA Draft. It was not a decision that came easily to the 6-8 standout from Chicago. Parker and Benedict chat about his decision, and Jabari added a long explanation for Sports Illustrated along with the video of their conversation. As Jabari wrote, it was not an easy decision, but it came down to two things which ultimately led him to the decision: I haven’t consulted many people during this process. I talked to my parents, though. They simply said it was my decision and they would stand behind me either way. They just want me to be happy. Ultimately, I boiled my decision down to two simple questions: Which environment — college or the NBA — offers me the best opportunity to grow as a basketball player? Which environment — college or the NBA — offers me the best opportunity to grow and develop off the court? The answer to both questions is undeniably the NBA. Parker was listed as going No. 3 in Jonathan Givony’s latest mock draft for DraftExpress.com. Chad Ford has him ranked as the No. 2 prospect for ESPN (Insider only). During his lone season at Duke, Parker shot better than 47 percent from the field and 35.8 percent from beyond the three-point arc while averaging 19.1 points, 8.7 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 1.2 blocks and 1.1 steals in 30.7 minutes of action.
Mr. Brown's Revenge, the long awaited sequel to 2004's mixtape Brown Sound Vol. 1 featuring Longshot, Psalm One, and DJ Rice the Sound Transmitter and a virtual who's who of producers released 15 April 2014 Recorded by Encyclopedia Brown at The Lab Mixed by Mulatto Patriot
"Friday Night" from Reva DeVito's debut EP, coming this summer on HW&W. twitter.com/RevaDeVito twitter.com/KAYTRANADA
Mr. Muddle an indie Hip Hop producers brings u beat tape titled “Generals’s Quarters“. Peep It, Good Beats deserve all the shine they can get. General’s Quarters (Beat Tape) DOWNLOAD LINK: http://mrmuddle.bandcamp.com/album/generals-quarters
Detroit rap iconoclast Danny Brown continues to spin gold from his acclaimed LP Old, this time in the form of a single (and appropriately moody music video) for album standout "25 Bucks." The hypnotic Purity Ring instrumental provides a perfect backdrop for Danny’s heart-rending rhymes and Megan James’ ghostly chorus vocals, and the single comes backed by two bonus remixes of Old banger "Dip" by UK bass master Preditah and SMOG producer/DJ Noah D, making it a must-have for any Bruiser.
This is the part where cymbals crash as a voice in the distance chants Killa Cam. Killa! You know who it is, the voice of Harlem, the realest since Kumbaya -- Cam'ron Giles. We sat down with the Dipset vet for the cover story of Mass Appeal Issue 54. Watch as Cam'ron and Dame Dash play a game of ping pong during our cover shoot for Issue 54, and afterwards head here (http://bit.ly/KillaCam54) to read the interview.
Vibration" is the second single from Alex Wiley's forthcoming sophomore project, Village Party. "Vibration" is available now for free download. Enjoy it. Play it loud. And share it with your friends. Village Party drops this spring. Follow them on twitter: twitter.com/alex_wiley twitter.com/closedsessions
This is a one take, all vinyl hip hop mix. This is not a studio creation, this is me, two turntables, and a crate of records. My roots are in spinning hip hop on vinyl, scratching, battling, etc.... Very excited to share this everyone. - Wick-it the Instigator
Novah x Smylez | We Win | Official Music Video Shot by @MR2CANONS Prod. by @IAMSMYLEZ
Richard Harris also known as “Kemikel Ali” has been rappin since age 14.. Born and raised in southwest Philadelphia his inspiration of hip hop came from his upbringing in the harsh urban environment.. He grew up under the influence of family members The Hip City Swingers, a rap group out of the early 90’s from Philadelphia, Pa They had a hit record called “I’m the Man” and are currently residing in Philadelphia. Kemikel Ali is just finishing off recording the singles from his self-produced debut album entitled (Slanguage) ”When We Were Friends, On Deck, W.G.I.L. (What Good Is Love), Foe etc to be released on indie label 58 Street Records in the spring of 2014. Working along side Gruff ceo of 58 Street Records and former (producer/engineer) of Hip City Swingers 2014 looks promising for Kemikel Ali. https://twitter.com/kemikelali
Break in the City 2014 1/2 Final: Immigrantz vs La Smala Winner: La Smala Judges: - Lamine (Vagabond) - Filco (LCB) - Didier (All School) DJs: - DJ Cléon - DJ Ben aka Billy Brown Hosts: - Ted aka El Pistolero (Animaniaxxx) - Phil' Good
Music "Overground" "Zilla March" "Finger Food" by B'zwax bzwaxmusic.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bzwax-... Drew Dollaz Dancer contact: www.DrewDollaz.com www.facebook.com/DrewDollazPro http://www.YAKFILMS.com © YAK FILMS 2013-2014
Major Lazer member Jillionaire's track "Fresh" is quickly becoming an anthem with support from Skrillex and Dillon Francis. But the most determined support is likely from the dancers who twerked (and BACKFLIPPED) in the SNOW for the video. Check out the behind the scenes here with KarmaloopTV director Shomi Patwary for the most turnt-in-a-blizzard video of the year. Shop the looks from the video here: http://bit.ly/1eL2I7q
¡MAYDAY! | Marathon Man | Official Music Video Director/Cinematography/Animation- Alain Navas Editor/Colorist/VFX/Camera- Jean Pierre Navas Additional Camera work by Michael Garcia
Go behind the scenes with Alicia Keys & Pharrell in the studio for the making of "It's On Again" from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. Watch the full version of this video on Alicia Keys' Vault! http://www.akvault.com/s/jg59Edu9Dt#j...
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
GoldLink fresh off dropping his The God Complex mixtape collabs with Soulection producer Sango for a chilled out short piece of gold. The new track "Wassup" features some smooth signature flow from GoldLink over an effortlessly smooth production thanks to Sango sampling "Indian Flute" by Timbaland that he's been sitting on for awhile. The song is passed out as a free download to promote Broccoli City Festival happening this 4/19 in D.C., more info on that here. Enjoy! Free Download: http://www.mediafire.com/listen/s7ky263xw9g5d5k/Sango+GoldLink+-+Wassup.mp3 Follow Sango @sangobeats twitter.com/SangoBeats www.facebook.com/SangoBeats Follow GoldLink @goldlink twitter.com/GoldLink www.facebook.com/GoldLinkSquaaash
Check livestream and chat it up. Excellent news. The supremely talented Neneh Cherry & Rocketnumbernine will be visiting Boiler Room London for a mid-week afternoon session. The Slits' Tessa Pollitt will be on warm-up duties with a DJ set. Ace!
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Music "Klassik Break Instrumental (for Yak)" by LMNZ Filmed with Sony NEX FS-100, Sony NEX FS-700 and Canon 5D Mk3 cameras with Canon and vintage Nikon lenses. Thank you to the Mercado family and Saint Joseph School of San Pablo, Philippines; to Bboy Allen, his brother and mother. http://www.YAKFILMS.com © YAK FILMS 2014